Football Supporters’ Federation Fan Mail: 9 August 2016

September 11, 2016
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QPR exec knocks Twenty’s Plenty

“It’s like going to the petrol forecourt and saying a pound a litre’s plenty” – Lees Hoos

QPR chief executive Lee Hoos has been speaking publicly about the Twenty’s Plenty campaign. Hoos said that stadium operating costs mean a £20 cap on away ticket prices at QPR would be impossible to implement. The other Championship team that plays in blue hoops, Reading, have alreay committed to Twenty’s Plenty – we’re urging Lee to reciprocate that generosity when the Royals visit in October…

Orient create hub for new fans
With the help of the Fans For Diversity fund Leyton Orient have created a space to welcome new fans at Brisbane Road.Campaign lead Anwar Uddin tells us more…
Rovers assemble
Blackburn Rovers fans packed out a public meeting this week as the principal fan groups at Ewood Park launched the “We Are Rovers” campaign…
Reaction to Whole Game Solution:
Download: notes from fans’ meeting
Supporter groups from across the country met with the Premier League in July. Our notes from that meeting areavailable to read now.
 Donate to FSF 
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 The Blizzard 
Our friends at the Blizzard opened this year’s Manchester Football Writing Festival. FSF writer of the year Rory Smith hosted the event with editor Jonathan Wilson, Philippe Auclair and Jack Pitt-Brooke. You can listen to a podcast of thatexcellent and entertaining discussion for free now – subscribe in all the usual places.
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 The Football Yearbook 16/17 
The longest-running football annual, now called the Sky Sports Yearbook (formerly Rothmans) is entering its 46th year – and FSF members can get their hands on it with a hefty discount – get yours before they’re all gone.
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And finally… consequences

Kauno Žalgiris have just finished bottom of Lithuania’s A-Lyga with 13 points. Things may have been so different had Karolis Gvildys not missed this glorious chance in the 7th minute. They went on to lose 1-0.

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