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FSF Statement on the FA’s England Commission report

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The following is a statement from the FSF on the FA’s England Commission report, which you can read here.

“The FSF has noted the publication of the FA Chairman’s England Commission report, and will take time consider its four point plan before commenting on its contents in detail.

“One thing we will be sure to do before commenting further is to properly consult football supporters on their opinion of the proposed changes to our national game, having been disappointed with the complete lack of supporter involvement on the FA Commission.

“Fans can let us know what they think of the report by emailing [email protected] or by leaving a comment on Facebook.”

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