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New League One and Two Network representative elected

On Thursday 19th September our EFL League 1 and 2 Network met, and elected Manny Dominguez from the Bradford City Supporters Trust as the Network’s third representative on the FSA’s National Council.

Manny sits alongside Antony Wilkinson (Blackpool Supporters’ Trust) and Roger Ellis (Sky Blue Trust) representing supporters in EFL Leagues 1 and 2.

Manny said: “I’m really looking forward to representing League One and Two fans, fighting for a better deal on all fronts, especially on affordable football for all and having a genuine choice to stand or sit with the availability of rail seating/safe standing.”

The EFL League 1 and 2 Network also sat with the FSA’s Championship Network to debate a range of important issues including clubs in crisis, away day pricing, standing, flexible rail tickets, the implications of a mooted European Super League on the EFL, and more.

The results of those discussions will be taken to our formal EFL Supporter Engagement meeting where fan representatives discuss key matters with EFL executives. That meeting is scheduled to take place in early December.

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