Posts Tagged "Football Association"

Bernstein Backdown Evokes a Sea Breeze of Change

By on Jun 28, 2013 in Latest | 5 comments

It didn’t start too well. The Supporters  Summit 2013 held at St George’s Park 22 June. Over 300 delegates from clubs ranging from Chelsea to Widnes Town FC and all shades in-between attended the joint Football Supporters Federation(FSF)/Supporters Direct (SD) Annual Conference. Opening remarks by Malcolm Clark of the FSF set the tone by contrasting the...

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Pompey: An Unavoidable Calamity?

By on Nov 24, 2011 in Latest | 7 comments

Its getting to the point where Pompey fans are wondering if there is some kind of Karmic force coming to a head in the City. Something to do with all those Crusaders who set sail from there back in the middle ages perhaps? Because the tally of owners of ill-repute the club has had over the last 20 years is growing to epic proportions. One favourite game on...

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Football’s Values: Unethical, Dishonourable or Ill-Advised?

By on May 20, 2011 in English League Football, Latest | 8 comments

Currently appearing in the high court are an ex-Pompey director, past owner and recent manager on various charges of tax-evasion. Charged with fraud and unfair trading practices at  court an ex-Cardiff City director and Plymouth chairman, whilst at Wrexham a consortium containing a solicitor debarred on eighteen counts attempts a take over. That’s just so far this...

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