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FSF’s Yorkshire Division meet this Sunday – come along!

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The FSF’s Yorkshire Division are due to meet this Sunday and are very keen to see new faces! The FSF is the recognised voice for football supporters in England and Wales and we regularly meet with all the football authorities and government bodies.

Alan Bloore, chair of the Yorkshire Division, said: “If you follow football and are fed up about prices, policing and stewarding, being forced to sit down at games, the way football is run and numerous other issues that concern football supporters up and down the country come along on Sunday and see what work we are involved in and get involved.

“The main item for discussion will be proposals for promotion of the Yorkshire Division of the FSF for next season and how more fans can become involved to improve the game we love.”

The Meeting is open to anyone and there is no requirement to join the FSF to attend the meeting.

The meeting takes place on Sunday, June 14th (1.00pm) at the Green Dragon Inn, High St, Kimberworth, Rotherham, S61 2BH.

If you cannot come to this meeting but want more information please email divisional secretary Alan Bloore.

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