Newcastle United Supporters Trust want to discuss ban with club

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The Newcastle United Supporters Trust say that they are open to holding talks with the club following their ban from a new Fans Forum.

The Newcastle United Supporters Trust have claimed that they are open to a reconciliation with the club following their ban from a Fans Forum.

The group were barred from attending meetings with the newly-formed forum due to an issue surrounding the publication of the minutes from the first get-together.

"It is disappointing to be banned after one meeting," Trust member Colin Whittle told The Chronicle's edition of Black and White Extra.

"Nothing is irretrievable. We did not go in there for a fight. We want an open relationship with the club. We want to have a constructive relationship.

"Let's get together with the people who are organising the forums. Let's talk about why we are banned and if it is [a problem with] protocol then we will be perfectly happy to sit down again."

The first Fans Forum meeting took place on September 23.

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