Can STMI & Neil Win FSF Writers Award?

Save The Mighty Imps would like to ask our readers if they would kindly nominate the site and our editor and major contributor Neil Gentleman-Hobbs for the The Football Supporters’ Federation Writers Awards in association with William Hill, Neil won the New Football Pools Football League writers award in the 2009-10 season ensuring Lincoln topped the whole of the 72 clubs against all the odds.

The FSF have helped this site and Lincoln City fans more we can possibly imagine, but this is also a chance for a non-league site and an amateur journalist to get some recognition for the tireless unpaid effort he puts in – this despite an ongoing eye condition and a crushed foot. We thank the Imps and other fans and readers who have already nominated us and for their readership that makes the site and blog worthwhile.

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FSF Awards 2013

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The FSF is delighted to announce that the 2013 FSF Awards ceremony, in association with William Hill, will take place on Monday 16th December at the Emirates Stadium, hosted by James Richardson.

Award categories: Away Day, Blogger, Commentator, Fanzine, Newspaper, Player, Podcast, Pundit, Website, Writer. Public voting is in November – nominate your favourites via awards@fsf.org.uk.

 

Newcastle, Swansea and WBA agree £20’s plenty
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Newcastle United have joined forces with Swansea City and West Bromwich Albion in a groundbreaking “reciprocal pricing agreement” which mirrors our very own Twenty’s Plenty for Away Tickets.

 

Why do the 92?
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What motivates fans to do the 92? One fan (or ‘Groundhopper’) is even hoping to visit his 1,000th stadium this year. Pat Bristow runs Doing The 92 and explains what makes this most obsessive of supporter tick.

 

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Posted on October 19, 2013, in FSF - The Football Supporters Federation, Uncategorized, Writers - Fox Mulder. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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