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FFC Survey On Forthcoming Season

Dear football fan

We're running a short survey to gauge how optimistic fans feel about the forthcoming season, how you rate your manager, players and what you thought of the teams style of play towards the end of last season.

The survey is just 5 questions long and will only take a moment to complete. If you could forward the link to anyone you think would like to take part that would be much appreciated.

Click here to take part

Many thanks for your support

The FFC Team




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Writer: Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday July 10 2007

Time: 8:49PM

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It's a survey chaps not a poll!
storagematt
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10/07/2007 21:37:00

does that mean that when we do, or dont say that our playors, manager, style of play, hopes for next season, and fratton parks atmosphere are all excelent?
pompeycarpet
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10/07/2007 23:02:00

Since we don't have any polls playing for us, even now in the referee form, does that mean we need to undertake a survey ?
pompeygray
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11/07/2007 15:00:00

Go and fill it in, and get pompey highest in the Fans League. I think we are sitting at 7th in the league at the moment, and even bloody Wolves have more registered fans than we do. lol http://www.footballfanscensus.com/index.html
Midge
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11/07/2007 16:28:00

Doesn't say much though, Brighton have registered over three times as many as Wigan for gods sake.
Tantona
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11/07/2007 18:14:00

 

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