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Images from the “Affordable Football for All” march

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Our march on the Premier League and Football League headquarters yesterday calling for ‘Affordable Football for All’ received widespread media coverage, so rather than repeat what’s already out in the public domain we thought we’d gather together some of the images of the day from Twitter and Facebook from those present, to give a slightly different flavour to procedings. 

We will have more detailed news of the outcome of the meetings we held with the Premier League and Football League, and what the next steps are in the campaign early next week, but in the meantime here’s what we got up to yesterday. In a rough chronological order it shows us setting up at Marble Arch and fans’ reps addressing the rally, to our protest along Oxford Street and Portland Street, culminating outside Premier League and Football League HQ at 30 Gloucester Place. 

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