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FSF statement in response to FA review of loyalty cap system:

Kevin Miles, chief executive of the Football Supporters’ Federation, said: “Last year’s decision by the FA to alter the loyalty caps system didn’t go down well among England’s travelling supporters.

“We’ve been in discussions with the FA and Greg Dyke over this issue, reflecting fans’ opposition to the initial change and trying to find a solution.

“With that in mind we welcome yesterday’s announcement which means away fans will once again be rewarded with two caps.

“We’ll be the first to criticise the FA when they get something wrong, but they also deserve credit when they do listen to what supporters are telling them.”

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