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Trouble at QPR

by | 29 Feb 2016 |

Birmingham City’s game at QPR was in the news for the wrong reasons, with reports of Blues fans causing trouble. It’s important that all sides of the story are told so, if you were at the game and have anything to report, please report it to the club and to the Football Supporters Federation (FSF).

The person to report to at the club is David Boston, our Supporter Liaison Officer, his contact details are telephone: 0121 202 5265, email: david.boston@bcfc.com.

The person to report to at FSF is Amanda Jacks, who assists fans with policing and stewarding issues and can give a referral to specialist lawyers for legal help if needed.  On her Twitter account, @FSF_Faircop, she has put a message asking fans to get in touch, which says, “If you’re a #bcfc supporter who was at QPR on Saturday, please get in touch with your experiences. Contact details in my profile.” Her contact details are phone: 07703 519555, email: amanda.jacks@fsf.org.uk.

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