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FSF Awards – The Winners (Part 3)

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

Backstage at the recent FSF Awards in partnership with Virgin Media we got 5 mintes with each of our winners – In our final blog, you’ll see video clips Owen Gibson accepting the Newspaper of the Year won by The Guardian, followed by Fanzine of the Year Popular STAND (Doncaster Rovers), and our Supporter Liaison Officer of the Year Jonathan Waite from Tottenham Hotspur. 

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Introducing the National Game Community Award – Part I

At this year’s FSF awards we’re instituting a new category to recognise the efforts of non-league clubs and their supporters who, despite huge challenges and tight budgets, ensure the survival of the game outside the professional leagues. In the first half of a two-part blog, Maria Horner introduces three of this year’s nominees…

Introducing the National Game Community Award – Part II

At this year’s FSF awards we’re instituting a new category to recognise the efforts of non-league clubs and their supporters who, despite huge challenges and tight budgets, ensure the survival of the game outside the professional leagues. In the second half of a two-part blog, Maria Horner introduces the final three of this year’s nominees…

The story of Carlisle United OSC – part 2

In 2004, CCUIST became The United Trust. Acronyms were proving unpopular so the new name, together with new logo, were largely welcomed by members. Kate Rowley was put as chair and board rep in place of the departed Alan Steel. However the new identity and new personnel at the top didn’t mean a smooth year ahead. It turned out to be anything but. On the pitch, United had just been relegated to the Conference, ending their 76 year stay in the Football League. Problems quickly developed off the pitch, too.

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