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Wales fans meet FAW ahead of China trip

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Recently supporter representatives from FSF Cymru met with the Football Association of Wales (FAW), Welsh police and others to talk about upcoming international fixtures and other fan issues.

The meeting covered recent trips to China, policing, the new Wales manager and much more.

Minutes from that meeting are now available to download:

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