National Football Supporters Survey

Posted by on Aug 8, 2009 in Uncategorized | No Comments

We would very much like to draw your attention to the FSF National Football Supporters Survey, launched just last month. This provides all fans with the opportunity to provide their views on the experience of watching football in this country. Far be it from me to influence you, but the design of the questions will allow you to comment on a range of key issues including the possibility of standing areas at games, ticket prices, matches being moved for television, ludicrous kick off times and other abuses, although there is sadly no opportunity to reflect on MK Dons’ right to continue trading. Here is the link, it only takes 5 minutes or so to fill in.

Rob Langham
Rob Langham is co-founder of the defiantly non-partisan football league blog, The Two Unfortunates, a website that occasionally strays into covering issues of wider importance. He's 50 and lives in Oxford while retaining his boyhood support of Reading FC. He tweets as @twounfortunates and has written for a number of websites and publications including The Inside Left, When Saturday Comes, In Bed with Maradona, Futbolgrad and The Blizzard as well as being nominated for the Football Supporters' Federation Blogger of the Year Award in 2013.

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