The Football Shake-Up Six-Part Q&A
The Football Shake-Up series will be taking a look at our beloved game and the problems it faces today. We will be discussing ways to improve the lot of the fans, the clubs, competitions and much, much more. If you’d like to contribute to the series, please get in touch. What would you change about the way football is run to make it better? Join the discussion by adding your comments below.
In this six part Q&A, we asked several of our favourite football bloggers and the Football Supporters Federation (FSF) to comment on some of the burning issues affecting the game today. If you missed the first part, click here to check it out.
Meet The Panel
Gary Andrews, football blogger from twofootedtackle.com
Gavin Brightman, co-editor of Headers & Volleys
Rocco Cammisola, co-founder and editor of The Football Express
Jimmy Daniel, writer at The Dubious Goals Committee
Mark Pitman, Welsh football specialist, journalist and blogger at WalesOnline
Rich Pye, co-editor of Headers & Volleys
Ian Stirling, National Council member for the Football Supporters Federation
Matt Tickner, founder and editor of The Dubious Goals Committee
The Football Supporters’ Federation represents more than 180,000 supporters across England and Wales on issues from safe standing to ticket pricing to club ownership. The FSF is totally free to join, visit www.fsf.org.uk/join
Posted on 20/10/2011, in 2. The Football Shake-Up and tagged Bundesliga, Championship, distribution of wealth, finance, football, football governance, Football League, Football Shake Up, Football Supporters Federation, FSF, League One, premier league, Supporters Trusts. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.