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Federsupporter e FSE

Di seguito, si trascrive la corrispondenza intrattenuta con Football Supporter Europe, di cui Federsupporter è membnership

  e con la quale è stata stigmatizzata l'omissione della firma di Federsupporter sul Comunicato che recepisce tutte le osservazioni e proposte, a suo tempo, avanzate da Federsupporter .

Il contenuto del Comunicato di FSE conferma, ancora una volta,  la necessità  che i tifosi, per salvaguardare i loro diritti, anche in sede di UE, debbano unirsi per far sentire con sempre maggiore forza la loro voce e non solo in occasione della vittoria del loro Club.

Tale episodio conferma, purtroppo,  come l'Italia, anche in campo calcistico, non goda di alcuna considerazione.  Ciò, anche grazie all'assenteismo dei tifosi italiani.

Solo UNITI si VINCE.

Alfredo Parisi

 

Good morning ,

even if I agree with the contents of your press release, I was very sorry not to see the name of our Association which has been your member for some time and which has been very committed to the covid-19 pandemic against the marginalization of fans in the decisions made by the world of football.

Therefore I send you about the last note prepared by me and addressed to  Federsupporter's fans and to the public opinion, sports journalists and commentators.

For your convenience, below I transcribe the final considerations of the text, unfortunately, in Italian, although Ronan told me that among you there are those who understand Italian.

Best regards

Alfredo

 

Title: Economy, football and sociality ignored

 

Conclusions:

Those fans who, in the face of these feared, further prevarications and discrimination, must acquire awareness of the need and urgency to meet, beyond the individual flags, to join and organize themselves.

Those fans, considered to be Serie B citizens and simple and passive spectators of a show (sic!), Who want to become protagonists of the rebirth of a sport, such as football, now increasingly reduced to an arid business for the benefit of the few and usual known, who see in the resumption of a championship, sportingly, finished the opportunity to continue earning; a football that has lost and is losing any popular and social dimension.

 

 

 

FANS' ORGANISATIONS FROM ACROSS EUROPE CALL FOR INVOLVEMENT IN THE FUTURE OF FOOTBALL
 

Dear Members,

The recent return of football behind closed doors has demonstrated that fans are the lifeblood of the game. Their presence in the stands has been sorely missed, and the spectacle we are accustomed to has been absent without them. It is therefore more important now than ever for supporters to be included in discussions that will determine the immediate and long-term future of the game.
 
These discussions should revolve around three core pillars.
 
First,  the safe return of spectators. The impact of the virus is not evenly distributed—different countries have understandably adopted different measures at different times. Still, the health of players, staff, fans, and the general public must always come first. This means minimising the risk of the virus spreading in all settings. UEFA, national leagues, and football associations have acted in line with this principle, but it must remain our foremost concern. To this end, the return of spectators to stadia must be accompanied by a meaningful consultation with fans’ representatives at every level of the game on health safety protocols and other operational measures.
 
Second,  a recognition that the contribution made by fans is irreplaceable. As such, we have significant concerns regarding attempts by broadcasters to replace or imitate the unique atmosphere produced by fans. Augmented reality technology, pre-recorded chants, and other forms of artificial support represent a rebuke to match-going fans. Empty stadia are a direct consequence of a public health crisis that has impacted every single one of us and the absence of fans cannot be compensated for by a computer simulation aimed at the amusement of television audiences.
 
Third,  multi-stakeholder dialogue on the future of football. The coronavirus crisis has yet again shown that the current model of football is flawed, unfair, and unsustainable. Football needs to change dramatically. And it needs to change for the better. Any reform process must include fan representatives, on a local, national, and European level. Fans must be engaged and involved in decisions that relate to the wider future of the game, including the necessary overhaul of governance structures and financial regulations.
 
There can be no “return to normal.” Lasting change is needed to make the game sustainable from top to bottom, and fans stand ready to play a part in shaping that change.

Signed By:
 
Football Supporters Europe (FSE)

Belgian Supporters - Belgium

Danske Fodbold Fans (DFF) - Denmark

Football Supporters' Association (FSA) - England

Suomen Maajoukkueen Kannattajat (SMJK) - Finland

Association Nationale des Supporters (ANS) - France

Irrésistibles Français (IF) - France

Bundesbehindertenfanarbeitsgemeinschaft (BBAG) - Germany

Bündnis Aktiver Fußballfans (BAFF) - Germany

Netzwerk Frauen im Fußball (F_IN) – Germany

ProFans - Germany

Queer Football Fanclubs (QFF) – Germany

Unsere Kurve (UK) - Germany

Supporterscollectief Nederland - Netherlands

Amalgamation of Official Northern Ireland Supporters' Clubs (AONISC) - Northern Ireland

Norsk Supporterallianse (NSA) - Norway

Associação Portuguesa de Defesa do Adepto (APDA) - Portugal

Confederation of Republic of Ireland Supporters Clubs (CRISC) - Republic of Ireland

Irish Supporters Network (ISN) - Republic of Ireland

You Boys in Green (YBIG) - Republic of Ireland

Association of Tartan Army Clubs (ATAC) - Scotland

Supporters Direct Scotland - Scotland

Federación de Accionistas y Socios del Fútbol Español (FASFE) - Spain

Svenska Fotbollssupporterunionen (SFSU) - Sweden

Taraftar Hakları Dayanışma Derneği (Taraf-Der) - Turkey

Taraftar Hakları Derneği (THD) - Turkey

FSA Cymru - Wales
 

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