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Fan Mail - The FSF Newsletter (17th February 2012)


Fan Mail - The FSF Newsletter (17th February 2012)


Watching Football Is Not A Crime! (Manchester)

Register today:
Free event open to fans of ALL clubs
The Etihad Stadium, Thursday 1st March (7pm)

Watching Football Is Not A Crime! comes to Manchester in March and we'd love to see you there. The event gives fans the chance to question a panel of experts on football-related policing and stewarding issues and follows in the footsteps of events in London, Portsmouth, and Sheffield.

Safe standing goes to Hull and back

Fans in Hull were given the opportunity to see the Safe Standing Roadshow in all its glory before last Saturday’s home game against Bristol City. The visit was organised by Hull City Official Supporters’ Club with the co-operation of the stadium management company and the full support of the club’s fanzines – Amber Nectar, City Independent, and Vital Hull. Would you like the roadshow to visit your club?


BlueSq: Last chance for the giant killers?

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Do you fancy a giant-killing act in this weekend's FA Cup? Stevenage are 10/1 longshots at home to high-flying Spurs while Crawley Town (11/4) host Stoke City. Elsewhere Blackpool (13/2) face Everton at Goodison Park while Brighton also make the trip to Merseyside and are rated a 10/1 chance to win at Anfield.

The FSF's International Ground Guide

Next week it's Chelsea's turn to visit Italy as the Blues head to Napoli (image left thanks to aiming for a better result than Arsenal managed in the San Siro. Stoke City are on Europa League duties and will have to overturn a one goal deficit in Valencia if they want more European action this season. For every European away fixture involving English sides the FSF produces a guide for travelling fans, giving the lowdown on your host city.


And finally... Ronaldo's sixth hat-trick of season

Apologies in advance for inflicting a video of the preening God of Self-Love, Cristiano Ronaldo, but you have to admit he’s some player. Even if that admission comes through gritted teeth and a bout of nausea. This absolute corker was Ronaldo’s sixth hat-trick of the season, his 27th goal of the campaign, and Real’s 4,000th Liga goal at the Bernabeu.

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