The last two weeks have been a busy period and here we give an update on the latest discussions around the future of the club. While some discussions remain confidential for the time-being, we are committed to keeping supporters in the picture as far as possible.

We’re pleased to finally announce HUST’s new Honorary President, a man who needs no introduction to Pools fans (or indeed the wider football family)… Craig Hignett!
Read more here.

We bumped into Dan Kemp’s dad a few weeks ago at the Tranmere match and got talking to him about how Dan was settling in, his thoughts on the club, town and more. One thing led to another and before you know it, here we are with an exclusive Q&A with Dan himself, who has become a real fan favourite! 

Saturday’s crucial match against table-topping Orient is also our closest to World Downs Syndrome Day. To show their support the HUST Community Ticket Fund and Pools have joined up to invite a group of young people from Together 21, a local organisation for children with Downs Syndrome and their families, to the match. We spoke with Maggie Hart, who works at Together 21 and has a son with Downs Syndrome, to talk about the group, their work, and overcoming the challenges that
can hamper access to sport.