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News Archive - July 2012

Spirit of Shankly Committee Structure
Friday 06 July 2012

In March the new Management Committee was elected for the coming year. These elections took a different format than previous years with no specific positions for people to be elected to, but just for the position on the Management Committee. This was to allow flexibility in achieving Spirit of Shankly’s aims, ensure that there is enough support for Union activities and better serve our mem... Read more

SOS Stadium Survey Results
Monday 09 July 2012

Spirit of Shankly wish to announce the results of the members' stadium survey. The results can be found below:     Question 1: What do you believe should be the main priority for a new / redeveloped stadium?   Votes 397  Higher capacity 44.8% More season tickets 6.0% More corporate facilities 1.5% More co... Read more

Supporter Liaison Officer
Friday 13 July 2012

As part of the UEFA Club Licensing and Financial Fair Play Regulations, clubs across Europe will be required to appoint a Supporter Liaison Officer (SLO) before the beginning of the 2012/13 season.    Article 35 of the regulations, which covers the SLO, states as follows:   Article 35 - Supporter Liaison Officer   1. The licence applicant must have app... Read more

Greater Manchester Police Meeting
Saturday 21 July 2012

  Spirit Of Shankly were invited by Greater Manchester Police (GMP) to attend a meeting on 19th July 2012. In the past SOS have attended meetings with GMP, set up by the FSF, to help improve relations between Liverpool fans and GMP at away games in Manchester, and particularly at Old Trafford, and these have proved beneficial to Liverpool fans in the past, ensuring regular dialogue to d... Read more

Statement About Thomas Cook Sponsorship
Monday 23 July 2012

With the new season upon us and thoughts of European travel a reality again, Spirit Of Shankly would like to ask Liverpool Football Club what are the conditions of the Thomas Cook sponsorship deal with the Club.    Since the deal was signed and Thomas Cook have been involved with Liverpool Football Club they have cancelled over 50% of the organised trips to games abroad citing ... Read more