A LATICS supporters’ group say their boycott of food, drink and programmes at Boundary Park is the latest step in their bid to force owner Abdallah Lemsagam into a meeting.

Push The Boundary, unhappy with the direction of the club under the Moroccan former football agent, saw around 300 fans join them for a protest ahead of the game against Leyton Orient earlier this month.

They had hoped that would result in them being able to put their concerns to Lemsagam in person but the club have in the meantime announced plans for a question and answer session for 30 supporters in the Roger Palmer Fans’ Bar on Tuesday, January 7, at which PTB say they do not currently have a space due to the limited capacity.

That led to the group deciding to step up their campaign with supporters being asked not to purchase items on match-days and being invited instead to donate to Dr Kershaw’s Hospice.

The group have asked for backing from visiting fans with some Scunthorpe fans among those to show solidarity ahead of the New Year’s Day game.

PTB representative Steve Shipman, from the group, admits that while the response to the boycott has not been completely positive he believes supporters do understand why they took the next step in the campaign.

“The response has been positive in the sense that people get it,” he said.

“Not everyone necessarily agrees with it but I think people see why we’re doing it.

“We’ve not got what we wanted with what we’ve done so far.

“We did the charity thing because we wanted to give people an alternative and that will run until the end of the season.

“We know the boycott is quite a divisive thing to do.”

More than anything Push The Boundary are calling on better communication from the club, feeling they have gone about their business in a professional manner.

“We do feel like we’ve rattled them a bit,” Shipman said.

“We just the club to engage with us. We feel like it is a bit of a one-way street at the