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'Have Your Say' On Vital Football

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Vital Football is run by the fans for the fans, so have your say!

Do you have a burning issue about your club? Do you have something that you want to get off your chest? Want to share with fellow members your memories, hopes, aspirations, best or worst players or any current issues?

Well Vital Football is YOUR network (although we would probably argue otherwise if you tried to sell it!) so why not have your say? The network is open to individual fans and also aims to provide a voice for Supporter Groups, Trust groups and all football related causes. To date we've published thousands of fans articles not to mention news from the FSF, Stand Up Sit Down, The Football Fans Census and The Geoff Thomas Foundation

You don't have to be an editor to be published, simply press the 'news suggestion' in the have your say box on the right hand side and get your voice heard! Articles can be submitted to any site, even team sites that don't currently have editors, as long as the article is presentable and relevant, we'll publish it with pleasure and get your opinions broadcast world wide!

Vital Football is an independent network, we aren't backed by big money we are backed by the love of the game and our passion for it. If you are a happy member or reader, PLEASE tell your friends about us! The network has over 1million unique users and have grown largely by word of mouth, so help us grow it more and SPREAD THE VITAL WORD!

If you aren't already a member, join up and join in!

Regards

The Vital Team

Writer:Site Staff
Date:Thursday October 11 2007
Time: 3:02PM

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