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FSF members to meet in the north west next month

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A meeting of FSF members in the north west will take place in Saint Helens on Wednesday 11th April.

Football governance will be on the agenda as supporters will be joined by Chester MP Chris Matheson for the North West FSF Divisional meeting.

The group will hear about Chris’s work on the Department for Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee in Parliament. An online petition started by Blackpool fans, calling for the creation of an independent EFL regulator, will also be discussed.

The meeting will start at 7pm in the Hoylake Room at the Mercure Hotel, Haydock, Saint Helens, WA11 9SG

For more information about the meeting contact Andy Higgins.

Thanks to the BMA for the image used in this article. Reproduced here under Creative Commons license.

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