Football Supporters’ Federation Fan Mail 26 February 2016

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The FSF – By Fans, For Fans

Twenty’s Plenty demos planned

Supporters to back campaign ahead of Premier League clubs’ meeting

March is set to be a big month for the Twenty’s Plenty campaign, with away ticket prices on the table once more at a meeting of Premier League club bosses on March 23rd. A weekend of action will be held across all PL grounds, echoing the demonstrations that took place in October. We want as many fans and supporter groups as possible to get involved. Find out how you can keep the pressure on the clubs here… 

A “chasm between club and fans”
Ahead of their Protest for a Fiver on Saturday, Matt Wright from CARD tells us about the trouble between fans and owners at Charlton…
Terriers use TV money for tickets
Huddersfield Town are set to use the increase in their broadcasting revenue to reduce season ticket prices in 2016/17…
More from the FSF:

Bending logic in the name of security
Hot dog confiscated? Supporter coach searched for IEDs? FSF Faircop on ludicrous trends emerging in football security…
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And finally… free kick routines

In their latest visit to Prenton Park, Cheltenham Town came away with a 1-0 win over Tranmere Rovers. On their way to victory they treated spectators to this wonderful free kick routine… 

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