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Fan Mail - FSF Newsletter (3rd July 2015)


Fans to join forces in Manchester

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The 2015 Supporters Summit in Manchester is only two weeks away, and you can see the full agenda for the day here. We'll have a special FIFA Question Time opening session looking at the corruption scandal at FIFA and the implications for Qatar 2022. There'll also be workshops throughout the day on #ShareTVWealth, Away Fans Matter, supporter ownership and much more. Follow the link below for details.

Proposing your motion - deadline Sunday
Conference voting CC LiberalDemocrats2

If you've asked yourself why doesn't the FSF campaign on X,Y, or Z or want to shape our campaigning, then you can submit a motion to our upcoming AGM on Sunday 19th July. Motions can be proposed by any individual FSF members, as well as affiliates and associates, and could become official FSF policy. We've produced a guide on proposing motions, follow the link below - which must be submitted by 11am, Sunday.

Safe standing: Scudamore doesn't get it
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Erroneously conflating the Hillsborough disaster with standing, Premier League CEO Richard Scudamore said we won't see safe standing on "his watch". Way behind public opinion, Scudamore told the BBC: "It might seem Luddite, it might seem old-fashioned, but I just find it very hard personally, as the administrator, to even expose myself to the risk of something that is not as safe as what we've got now." 

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Arrow And finally... Manny!
  1. the Gippsland Soccer League in Australia this week, where we see an excellent defence-splitting run followed by some not-so-excellent finishing from a Falcons 2000 midfielder called Manny, as they take on Monash. Number 9 is not pleased by what he sees.
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