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When football had orange balls

The big freeze has seen fixtures disappear quicker than a snowman in summer. Were all the postponements really necessary though? We think that many games could actually have gone ahead and yesterday The Sun asked FSF chair Malcolm Clarke to explain exactly why winter games are getting the cold shoulder…

The Week That Was

The big freeze is on and at the minute it seems a bit of a lottery as to which games will go ahead. At the time of writing the Guardian reports that only three games are left on in Leagues One and Two, while the games at Fulham, Burnley and Sunderland have been postponed too.

The Week That Was

The big freeze is on and at the minute it seems a bit of a lottery as to which games will go ahead. At the time of writing the Guardian reports that only three games are left on in Leagues One and Two, while the games at Fulham, Burnley and Sunderland have been postponed too.

FSF makes small beer of Boro fan ban

One of the most common emails we receive is from fans who’ve been treated like hardened criminals for the ‘crime’ of drinking within sight of the pitch.

FSF makes small beer of Boro fan ban

One of the most common emails we receive is from fans who’ve been treated like hardened criminals for the ‘crime’ of drinking within sight of the pitch.

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