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Southern Division meeting Sunday (September 12th)

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The first meeting of the FSF’s Southern Division for the 2010/11 season will take place at The Dukes Head Public House, 8 Lower Richmond Road, Putney, London, SW15 1JN this Sunday 12th September. The meeting will start at noon and a buffet lunch will be provided for all in attendance.

The meeting is open to members and non-members alike but if you do plan on attending please email Julie Beattie to book your place.

Topics for discussion at the meeting will include:

  • The new 25 player Premier League squads – what will be their effect on the game?
  • Fans’ Parliament 2010 – how was it for you and what changes, if any, would you like made for Fans’ Parliament 2011?
  • The World Cup – where do England go from here? The legacy for South Africa – has the World Cup changed anything?
  • Format of future Southern Division meetings – have your say on the set up of your local FSF Division.

If there’s anything missing from the agenda that you would like to see added, please email Julie Beattie with details. For further information on the agenda and more detailed travel directions please click this link.

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