The News
Time for the Battle to begin…Let's Play Our Part!
Written by Jeff Banks   
Thursday, 14 April 2011 11:49

So, here we are with 4 games remaining, and Chester FC top of the League having amassed 90 points in a season that has seen the Blues in their maiden season, win 27 league games, and lose on 4 of the 40 played so far.

 

The team have put 99 goals past their opposition in those 40 games so far, and are hopefully going to make it past the 100 mark on Saturday at Radcliffe, as we begin the first of four crucial games this season.

 

We are, as they say, at the business end of the campaign, and having guaranteed a play off place in that first season – an achievement which should not go un-noticed for a club rebuilt from scratch in the space of 12 weeks, are within touching distance of lifting a Championship title and promotion at the first time of asking.

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Your chance to win a signed Chester FC shirt!
Written by Jeff Banks   
Tuesday, 05 April 2011 12:11

Last Friday, City Fans United launched the Big City Census, and so far over 300 have been completed by you the members – there is of course plenty left out there to get their completed Census back in to us, and we are delighted that we have been able to secure a signed Chester FC shirt for a prize draw that will include everyone that sends their Census in, whether by post, e-mail, or by hand!

 

You can complete the Census online here: http://bit.ly/fillintheCensustoday

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Time for the 'Big City Census'
Written by Jeff Banks   
Friday, 01 April 2011 14:28

Last week we mentioned that there would a launch of the ‘Big City Census’ which is the second in depth Survey for all City Fans United members to cast their eyes on, as we look to shape the future of Chester FC – well today and tomorrow will see the Census fly into your inboxes and letterboxes!

 

This is the chance for all City Fans United members to have their say on what has happened in the last 12 months, and what can happen in the next 12 months as we look to the future.

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Can you spare a couple of hours on Thursday
Written by Jim Green   
Wednesday, 30 March 2011 08:21

City Fans United require a team of volunteers to assist with the mail out of the Big City Census tomorrow (Thursday).

Over 300 members completed last year's survey and the results helped us understand what you wanted from your football club.

The Big City Census will be sent to every member of City Fans United in the coming weeks and we hope that everybody will take the time to give us their feedback on what has been a memorable year for Chester FC.

The mailing will take place at the Exacta Stadium from 10am until 4pm.

If you can spare some time please email your name and availability to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 
'Big City Census' on the way...
Written by Jeff Banks   
Thursday, 24 March 2011 13:18

Next week sees the launch of the ‘Big City Census’ which is the second in depth Survey for all City Fans United members to cast their eyes on, as we look to shape the future of Chester FC.

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