JACQUI LOW insists that she will know when her time is up at Firhill as the Partick Thistle chairman revealed she asked the club board to consider her position last month.

The Championship club’s AGM is being held at their stadium this evening as the Jags’ fan ownership dispute rumbles on in the background, while Saturday’s 3-0 victory over Arbroath was marked with ‘sack the board’ chants, as well as banners aimed specifically at Low. There have been calls from some fans, too, to boycott Saturday's Scottish Cup fixture at home to Kelty Hearts.

Some supporters are upset as they perceive the fan ownership model at Firhill to be diluted – a claim that Low strenuously denies.

Colin Weir’s 55 per cent stake in the Glasgow club was formally transferred to the PTFC Trust last month and Low admits that she gave her fellow board members the opportunity to remove her from her position at that time.

The unrest at Firhill would cause some to throw in the towel and move away from the hassle that accompanies being the chairman of a football club, but Low says she is made of sterner stuff.

“I’m sure I’ve thought that but people that know me also know that I don’t give up,” Low said.

“If I was asked to leave by the board or the majority shareholders, of course I would. This is not about clinging on for grim death.

“I did give the option to the board when the share transfer went through to consider my position, and they did. They came back and asked me to continue.

“It will be up to the majority shareholders too – when they get to see how everything works and what’s going on, they may want to make a decision or reconsider that. That would be their right.

“But I would ask people to look back at the club’s performance – how we got through Covid and everything else that has happened over the previous few years when the board and I were in positions of leadership.

“I don’t think we let the club down. I don’t think we could have done that any better and I was really proud of being part of that team. When my time is up, my time will be up.”