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FSF Fantasy Football Manager of the Week – Week 13

The Football Supporters’ Federation has teamed up with The Blizzard – The Football Quarterly to offer a prize-winning fantasy football game throughout the 2013/14 season. Entry is totally free using the official Premier League game and there’ll be weekly, monthly and yearly prizes.

Wigan fans’ guide to Maribor

While our International Ground Guide is undergoing some maintenance, we thought we’d provide our usual service of advice and information for travelling supporters in brief blog form.

Swansea fans’ guide to St Gallen

While our International Ground Guide is undergoing some maintenance, we thought we’d provide our usual service of advice and information for travelling supporters in brief blog form.

Arsenal fans’ guide to Napoli

While our International Ground Guide is undergoing some maintenance, we thought we’d provide our usual service of advice and information for travelling supporters in brief blog form.

Man City fans’ guide to Munich

While our International Ground Guide is undergoing some maintenance, we thought we’d provide our usual service of advice and information for travelling supporters in brief blog form.

FSF Awards 2013 – Meet the Contenders (Part 5)

In just over a week voting will close in the FSF Awards 2013 in association with William Hill. More than 125,000 votes have already been cast in the opening two weeks of voting, but there’s time left for you to choose your favourite before voting closes on 6th December.

FSF Awards 2013 – Meet the Contenders (Part 4)

In just over a week voting will close in the FSF Awards 2013 in association with William Hill. More than 125,000 votes have already been cast in the opening two weeks of voting, but there’s time left for you to choose your favourite before voting closes on 6th December.

And finally… sportsmanship isn’t dead

And finally… is sometimes drawn towards the darker things in football – terrible fouls, diving strikers, that sort of thing – but let’s not forget that fair play hasn’t disappeared from the game. This clip warms the heart, see a genuine display of sportsmanship below.

FSF Awards 2013 – Meet the Contenders (Part 3)

In just over a week voting will close in the FSF Awards 2013 in association with William Hill. More than 125,000 votes have already been cast in the opening two weeks of voting, but there’s time left for you to choose your favourite before voting closes on 6th December.

Fixture chaos – 10 reasons why games are moved

Complaints relating to rescheduled fixtures are one of the more common that the FSF receives – fixtures are subject to change and that can cause strife.

Match-fixing “threatens survival” of football

Declan Hill is an investigative journalist and documentary maker with a special interest in organised crime. His 2008 book The Fix: Soccer and Organised Crime dealt with match-fixing in football and he spoke on that very subject at the FSF’s 2010 Annual Conference. Declan’s latest book The Insider’s Guide to Match-Fixing in Football is out now and, in an open letter to fans, he argues that match fixing is a serious threat to football’s future…

FSF Awards 2013 – Meet the Contenders (Part 2)

In just over a week voting will close in the FSF Awards 2013 in association with William Hill. More than 125,000 votes have already been cast in the opening two weeks of voting, but there’s time left for you to choose your favourite before voting closes on 6th December.

FSF Fantasy Football Manager of the Week – Week 12

The Football Supporters’ Federation has teamed up with The Blizzard – The Football Quarterly to offer a prize-winning fantasy football game throughout the 2013/14 season. Entry is totally free using the official Premier League game and there’ll be weekly, monthly and yearly prizes.

FSF Awards 2013 – Meet the Contenders (Part 1)

In just over a week voting will close in the FSF Awards 2013 in association with William Hill. More than 125,000 votes have already been cast in the opening two weeks of voting, but there’s time left for you to choose your favourite before voting closes on 6th December.

Barnsley, Cardiff, Derby & Liverpool offer reciprocal ticket deals

Barnsley, Cardiff City, Derby County and Liverpool are the latest clubs to announce reciprocal pricing agreements. The deals guarantee away fans cheaper tickets and mirror the key principles behind Twenty’s Plenty for Away Tickets.

And finally… best goal from the last 12 months?

Last week’s And Finally… showcased FIFA’s Puskas Awards, their top 10 goals of the year. But have they got it right? Give us a shout if you think they’ve missed any, here’s a few of our favourites from the past 12 months that weren’t included. See below.

Fans at Arsenal and Villa say “yes” to safe standing

Fans at both Arsenal and Aston Villa have given their overwhelming backing to safe standing in two separate fan-led surveys. 97.5% of Villa fans backed safe standing while 91.5% of respondents to Arsenal’s Black Scarf Movement survey said they’d like a safe standing trial at the Emirates.

Spurs fans’ guide to Tromso

While our International Ground Guide is undergoing some maintenance, we thought we’d provide our usual service of advice and information for travelling supporters in brief blog form.

Manchester United fans’ guide to Leverkusen

While our International Ground Guide is undergoing some maintenance, we thought we’d provide our usual service of advice and information for travelling supporters in brief blog form.

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