FSF and Supporters Direct held event

icon nofans29 July ~ On Saturday July 26, around 250 fans came together at Wembley stadium for a supporters' summit organised jointly by the Football Supporters' Federation (FSF) and Supporters Direct. The day involved debates on how to fix football, including sessions on Away Fans Matter, club identity, financial fair play and fans' trusts. The day also featured a video address by FA chairman Greg Dyke, who challenged the FA Council to reinvent itself to be more representative of those who support and play the game. The FSF have a write up of the event here.

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