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Dallmeier continues support of the FSOA as associate conference sponsor

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Leading surveillance expert, Dallmeier, is continuing its support of the Football Safety Officers Association’s (FSOA) drive to improve stadium and event safety as associate sponsor of the organisation’s Spring Conference & Exhibition. The FSOA will host its Spring Conference & Exhibition on March 21st 2018, giving organisation’s in the Events industry the chance to showcase their products and services whilst networking with other experts. An evening dinner will take place following the conference, which will feature Ex England cricketer and selector Geoff Miller as the special guest speaker reliving tales […]

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Showsec to sponsor 2018 FSOA Spring AGM Conference & Exhibition 

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Award-winning events and venue security specialist, Showsec, has been announced as the main sponsor for a major safety exhibition to be hosted by the Football Safety Officers Association (FSOA). The FSOA will host its AGM Conference & Exhibition on March 21st  2018, giving organisations in the Events industry the chance to showcase their products and services whilst networking with experts. The sponsorship deal comes after Showsec announced it will continue as the main sponsor of the FSOA until 2022. The partnership means FSOA member clubs in League One and below […]

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Fans ban unlawful

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A Middlesbrough fans split-second moment of madness saw him slapped with a three-year banning order by a magistrate at a hearing in December. But on Thursday, a judge at Teesside Magistrates’ Court revoked the ban because it had been applied unlawfully. The offender was just 17 when CCTV caught him hurling the plastic bottle moments before full-time when Cardiff beat Boro 1-0 on October 21. Magistrates described his actions as “reckless and irresponsible” but stopped short of imposing a potentially career-threatening conviction, instead giving him an absolute discharge, meaning no conviction would […]

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