In recent weeks, there have been a number of public comments relating to stewarding during Plymouth Argyle matches played at Home Park.
Specifically, reports suggest that stewarding interactions with supporters have become tense in certain sections of the ground and even confrontational at times.
National legislation relating to safety in football stadia remains in force and as such, the club and all matchday staff are obliged to abide by and to enforce the law of the land, requiring all supporters to comply with well-publicised ground regulations.
Equally, some supporters have expressed in clear and direct terms their views on this topic, which focus on the uneven application of ground regulations and the potential for alternative solutions to be considered.
With that in mind, the AFT would like to ask for the opinions of all Argyle supporters on this subject.
On receipt of your comments, we will seek to present a detailed summary and analysis to club officials and to then explore potential resolutions to this issue.