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GIVING A VOICE TO BRADFORD CITY SUPPORTERS

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By Bradford City Supporters Trust, Jul 17 2020 08:36AM

Bury AFC have applied for entry into the North West Counties League, which is the tenth tier of the English football league system, after the original Bury FC were expelled from the EFL last year.


The club are to be 100 percent fan-owned, run by the Shakers Community Trust, a community benefit society set up with the assistance of the FSA. Electing the board to oversee the process of setting up the club is an important milestone for those involved.


For more info click on the FSA website link here.

By Bradford City Supporters Trust, Jul 16 2020 10:50AM

Deloitte’s annual football finance report is out and those who pay close attention to such things will notice that it becomes a little more critical each year when it comes to football, finance and sustainability.


The report notes that a salary cap set at 70% of revenue at each club would have reduced 2018/19 operating losses by £308m “whilst almost entirely wiping out the combined pre-tax loss recorded by Championship clubs”.


For more info click on the FSA website link here.

By Bradford City Supporters Trust, Jul 16 2020 10:45AM

Responding to the Wigan Athletic crisis,  the EFL said earlier this month that a   “comprehensive reset” of financing the pyramid was needed to stop more clubs going to the wall.


The Lancashire club, which was acquired by its new Chinese owners on 4th June was placed into administration earlier this month, claiming it was a result of the ongoing public health crisis.


For more info please click on the FSA link here.

By Bradford City Supporters Trust, Jul 16 2020 10:27AM

Carlisle United Official Supporters’ Club (CUOSC) have initiated the Carlisle REUnited campaign which aims to play its part in securing the club’s future and bring the fanbase together.


Fan groups across the country have been looking at ways to raise money to support their club’s survival.


For more info click on the FSA website link here.

By Bradford City Supporters Trust, Jul 16 2020 10:17AM

FC United of Manchester have become the latest club to show what can be done during the COVID-19 pandemic, in partnership with the North Manchester Business Network and the City Council. 


For more details chaeck out the FSA link here.

By Bradford City Supporters Trust, Jul 16 2020 08:55AM

Since the Coronavirus lockdown Bradford Central Foodbank has fed 6,127 in 2023 families providing 55,143 meals! Tripling their service! They have moved to a home delivery service to reduce risk to volunteers and clients and they don't want anyone to be trapped in their home, alone with no food to feed their families.


They have seen such an outpouring of support from the public and companies that they have met the need that exists.


For further reading about what food and other necessities they need, or to make a donation, volunteer, or you want to find out how to get help, then please go to their website here.