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Fan Mail - The FSF Newsletter (27th April 2012)


Fan Mail - The FSF Newsletter (27th April 2012)

The FSF Writers Awards 2012

Nominations now open...

The FSF’s Football Writers Awards 2012 will take place on Saturday 7th July (central London). The awards reward the best football coverage out there by professional and amateur writers across seven categories and are part of the FSF and Supporters Direct Fans' Weekend. The deadline to enter your nominations is midnight on Friday 18th May.

Categories include: Newspaper / Website / Writer / Blogger / Fanzine / Podcast / Book of the Year

FSF launches Euro 2012 website

We're pleased to announce the launch of our shiny-new Euro 2012 website for supporters travelling to this summer’s tournament in the Ukraine and Poland. As well as all the latest news there’s blogs, directories, city guides, and other essential information. You can also sign up and receive our free Euros Guidebook and SMS alert service.

BlueSq: Manchester City v Manchester United

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Monday night's clash between the top-two will play a huge part in deciding who takes this season's Premier League title - but who do you back? City are rated 6/5 while United are 11/5 to inflict City's first home league defeat of the season. The draw is 12/5 and Carlos Tevez is 5/2 to come back to haunt his old team by opening the scoring.

Yorkshire Division AGM (Sunday 13th May)

The FSF Yorkshire Division's AGM will take place on Sunday 13th May at the Old Peacock opposite Leeds United's Elland Road (12.30pm). Fans of all clubs are welcome and topics for discussion include divisional elections, the FSF's Safe Standing Campaign, the response to the report on football governance and the implications for fans, and an update on this year's Fans' Weekend (Saturday 7th July, London).

And finally... hang your head Besart Berisha

This week’s And Finally… comes from the land of Oz where Brisbane Roar grabbed a second successive A-League title thanks to an embarrassing 94th minute penalty awarded in their title decider against Perth Glory. To make matters worse Besart Berisha, who miskicked then fell over to ‘earn’ the penalty, then goes into wild-eyed celebration mode to honour his ill-gotten gain. Shameless.

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