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FSF members to meet in Yorkshire

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FSF members in Yorkshire will be meeting on Sunday 22nd October to discuss ticking pricing, dialogue with the EFL and more.

The meeting will be taking place at The Sailmakers Arms, 157 High Street, Hull, HU1 1NQ, from 12.30pm on Sunday. Ample town centre parking is available.

Agenda:

  • Update on Reciprocal Pricing in Championship.
  • Taking reciprocal pricing forward in Leagues 1 & 2
  • Update from FSF’s National Council September meeting
  • Update from the September EFL group meeting
  • Supporter Liaison Officers (SLOs)
  • Any other business

For more information contact Alan Bloore: 01302 883 481 / 07711 386 307 / [email protected]

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

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