The Sweeper: Fan Power Your chance to reclaim the game
Saturday 18 December 1999
YESTERDAY'S NEWS that Sky is buying an interest in a fourth club is worrying. That Sky admits that it is only interested in completing the transaction if Sunderland stay up is evidence that the broadcaster has rights' exploitation as its raison d'etre for moving into club ownership. The Coalition of Football Supporters is increasingly worried about this development and its major campaign in the new year will be to make sure fans do not lose out. For more details contact Cofs or visit the website.
Football Supporters' Association: PO Box 11, Liverpool, L26 1XP. Tel: 0151 737 2385. Web: www.fsa.org.uk
Coalition of Football Supporters: Tel: 0113 237 4545. Web: www.cofs.co.uk
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