Football Supporters’ Federation Fan Mail 22 April 2016

April 22, 2016

Here’s the latest edition of the FSF’s weekly newsletter.

The FSF – By Fans, For Fans

Hull City told to ditch ticket scheme

Fans label new membership scheme “morally reprehensible”

Hull City Supporters’ Trust have surveyed more than a thousand fans, and they’re not impressed – the overwhelming majority of respondents say they’re “deeply unhappy” with the club’s proposed membership scheme. Concessionary prices are set to be binned along with the traditional season ticket. A petition against the scheme, launched by 16-year-old Joe Bolton has collected more than 1,600 signatures in its first 24 hours…

Ajax to introduce safe standing
Head of safety at the Amsterdam Arena, Joris De Lange, tells us why the club will be installing a safe standing area this summer…
Dry trains for FA Cup semi-final
Services from London Euston after the FA Cup semi-final tomorrow will be designated as “dry” – so check them out before you go.
News from elsewhere:

Whose club is it?
Affiliates Newcastle United Supporters’ Trust are holding a conference on fan ownership next Friday – FSF chief exec Kevin Miles will be among the speakers…
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 Away Fans Survey 
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And finally… hot prospects

Talent hooverer-uppers Manchester City signed Patrick Roberts for £12m last summer before loaning him out to Celtic in January. Wherever he ends up, he’ll long be reminded of this awful miss against Rangers in the Scottish Cup.

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