News Round-Up from SD – 25/03/11Print This Post

News from the football world, as selected by Supporters Direct.

Scotland

Scottish FA a step closer to reform
F.C Business

England/Wales

Manchester United’s parent company announces record £104.6m loss
The Guardian

£22m tax debt for football at financial year end
Football Supporters’ Federation

Plymouth Argyle debt dispute could end in court as mortgage holds up sale
Plymouth Herald

Free Wales vs. England ticket for Keenor helpers
CCFC Trust

Mystery of Jeff Bonser the Banks’s landlord is solved
The Guardian

Campaign to reinstate standing to go on tour of the grounds
The Guardian

Supporters Direct

Depart of Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee: Ian Watmore, Richard Bevan
Parliament TV

Parliamentary inquiry may demand clubs get licences and involve fans
The Guardian

As Stephen Vaughan Goes To Prison: Chester FC, One Year On
Two Hundred Percent

Co-op launches campaign to recruit 20m members
menmedia.co.uk

Comments & Blogs

Fans’ terrace campaign still standing but facing an uphill battle
The Guardian

The fickle fate of Football managers
John Beech – Football Management

Twenty-Five Years Of When Saturday Comes
Two Hundred Percent

Europe/World

Podcast: UEFA Financial Fair Play
Beyond the Pitch

St Pauli: a socialist football club in Hamburg’s red light district – video
The Guardian

Hysen stands tall in ‘man’s game’
bbc.co.uk

Sports law to force through reform of FA would be welcomed by Uefa
The Guardian

Rugby League

SD backing Bramley Buffaloes
Supporters Direct

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