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Open Meeting at Guildhall, Thursday 18th February
Written by City Fans United   
Sunday, 14 February 2010 23:50

Last Thursday, the Football Conference gave Chester City Football Club a seven day stay of execution from potential expulsion from the Blue Square Premier League.

It seems likely that the Football Conference will throw Chester City FC out of the league this Thursday, 18th February. The club will therefore not be able to compete again this season and results will be expunged from the record. This is the sad culmination of years of gross mis-management of our football club. It appears that the footballing authorities have simply had enough. The current owners, despite repeated leniency from the authorities and chances to put things right, have failed to run our club in a way that satisfies even the mininum standards - let alone the highest ones that we would aspire to as supporters.

 

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Love CFU...? Then get involved right now!
Written by City Fans United   
Wednesday, 10 February 2010 19:45

Now, for something taking place across all social networking groups run by Chester City fans right now, kicking off at 7.45pm...something that was pre-planned before today's events, but one which takes on extra significance now, as CFU needs as many members to join the fight to keep Football alive in Chester...

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10th February 2010 – The Day Chester City Football Club Died
Written by City Fans United   
Wednesday, 10 February 2010 16:26

The indignity of failing to fulfil last night’s fixture at Forest Green followed by the announcement that we are unable to host our local rivals Wrexham on Sunday means that Chester City Football Club has effectively ceased to be. We have been tested to the limit as supporters and our support base has been driven down to a rump through incompetence and worse.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 February 2010 17:33
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The Boycott takes effect at the Deva Stadium
Written by City Fans United   
Monday, 08 February 2010 17:05

It was no surprise to see the lowest ever contingent of Chester City fans present for the Blue Square Premier League game against Ebbsfleet United on Saturday. Less than 400 Chester fans were present at the Deva Stadium to witness the club's fifth successive defeat, and following on from the lowest ever turnout for a professional Chester City match in January, we now witness the lowest ever number of City fans at a home match, the boycott fans called for is clearly taking effect.

Last Updated on Monday, 08 February 2010 17:07
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CFU write to Blue Square Premier clubs
Written by City Fans United   
Wednesday, 03 February 2010 17:00

This week City Fans United have written to all clubs in the Blue Square Premier apologising for the manner in which our club has conducted itself this season. A copy of this letter will also be circulated around all Supporters Trusts.

We believe that the time is right to stress to opposition clubs and the Blue Square Premier officials that we have no faith in the current ownership.

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