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Fan Mail - FSF Newsletter (Friday 1st May 2015)

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Fan Mail - FSF Newsletter (1st May 2015)


#VoteFootball gives fans chance to lobby MPs

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We've backed the creation of, a tool that allows fans to contact the Parliamentary candidates in their area and ask them directly for their stance on football reform. It only takes a few minutes, and we're on course to have answers for every constituency in Britain. Ahead of the general election, we've also asked all the political parties 10 questions on football governance - read their responses here

FSF heads to Bristol & Manchester
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We'll be debating ticket prices, KO times, safestanding and more at the FSF Roadshow in Bristol on Tuesday 19th May. After Bristol, we're heading to Manchester where we'll be hosting the Supporters Summit along with Supporters Direct on 18th July. Registrations will be opening next week, save the date!

Liverpool boycott a "huge success"
FM AA Liverpool Hull boycott

Led by the Spirit of Shankly and Spion Kop 1906, around a thousand Liverpool fans boycotted their game at Hull City, protesting the £50 pricing. "We had not anticipated such a strong show of support," Spirit of Shankly said. "What this protest has shown is that supporters up and down the country are angry."

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Arrow Oystons somehow plumb new depths

You own a football club and fans are set to protest outside the stadium. Do you: A. Ignore the fans; B. Listen to the fans; or C. Remove the statue at which fans had arranged to congregate and threaten legal action against anyone trying to place memorabilia on the statue?

Arrow And finally...when defenders panic
FM AF Dutch OG  

Defender Jordi Balk cost FC Oss in their match against FC Eindhoven in the Dutch second tier, Eerste Divisie. He takes a wild swing at a clearance in the 19th minute while they were still in the game, FC Oss would go on to lose the game 2-1. He'll be disappointed with that...

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