The FSF (@The_FSF )

The FSF



Bio The Football Supporters Federation - Informing, Supporting, Campaigning. Join the FSF for free: fsf.org.uk/join
Location UK
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Account created 26-01-2010 10:42:16
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iPhone : The FSF's Andy Walsh is the special guest on BBC 606 tonight - expect grassroots funding, non-league football, ticket prices, standing, Scudamore's £5m pay-off and more to come under the FSF spotlight. Tune in!

iPhone : The FSF's Andy Walsh is the special guest on BBC 606 tonight - expect grassroots funding, non-league football, ticket prices, standing, Scudamore's £5m pay-off and more to come under the FSF spotlight. Tune in!

TweetDeck : Football-related arrests remain at historically low levels - with further 6% decrease: fsf.org.uk/blog/view/foot…

TweetDeck : Football arrests continue long-term downward trend fsf.org.uk/blog/view/foot… via The FSF "“Just because it’s football the CPS guidance removes discretion from police forces and prosecutors - we’d like to see this improved and become more flexible in future.”

TweetDeck : Football-related arrests have fallen once more continuing a long-term trend according to latest Home Office statistics: fsf.org.uk/blog/view/foot…

TweetDeck : Less than a week to go until our EGM, where supporters will decide on the future of the FSF. Details below: fsf.org.uk/latest-news/vi… #democracy

iPhone : On the back of this, Cherries Trust Board have published our own thoughts

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iPhone : Premier League, Sky and clubs - “there’s no money to compensate fans inconvenienced by late notice fixture changes”. A few month on, clubs finding £250k each for Scudamore and PL expecting it. The FSF right to challenge this.

TweetDeck : Alec Proffitt Hi Alec, yes we back increased redistribution and investment in grassroots football - see motion #5 from our 2016 conference: bit.ly/2OISrv7

TweetDeck : Asked to explain clubs backing £5m farewell payment to Scudamore, Liverpool CEO Peter Moore said he had a train to catch