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Structured dialogue: supporters meet with National League

Supporter representatives from the FSA’s National Game Network met with the general manager of the National League a month ago to discuss a range of issues affecting clubs in Steps 1 and 2 of the non-league game.

This was the second meeting with the league under a new program of structured dialogue with the FSA and its member supporter groups, and the expectation is that similar meetings will take place three times per year.

Topics included the situations at Torquay United regarding their points deduction and potential takeover, the Fan-led Review and incoming independent football regulator, as well as disciplinary issues and club ban procedures among others.

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