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The next meeting of the Southern Division of the Football Supporters’ Federation will take place at The Franklin Rooms, Franklin Road, Gillingham, Kent on Sunday, February 8th 2009, starting 12.00 noon.  Lunch will be provided to everyone in attendance, but make sure to register with Southern Division secretary Julie Beattie so we know how much food to get in!

Topics for discussion at this meeting will include the following:

  • What is acceptable behaviour?
  • Where does banter end and offensive behaviour start?
  • Guilty until proven innocent? Section 27 and other legislation which criminalises football supporters.
  • Football in the Credit Crunch. While one in four season ticket holders is thinking of not renewing, one club is prepared to pay a player £1,000,000 every two weeks!

Members and non-members alike are welcome, for more information please email Julie Beattie here.

Click here for directions to the Franklin Rooms.

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