Where do fans fit?

I’m looking at communications practice at English football clubs as part of my CIPR PR Diploma personal project. Specifically, I’m looking at whether we see much two-way ‘symmetrical’ communications (where both sides are prepared to change their positions as a result of the relationship and conversations attached to it), why clubs (and sometimes fans too) areContinue reading “Where do fans fit?”

Stretched to breaking point: The Football League’s response to the Price of Football

Last week I took a look at the response from The Premier League to the BBC Price of Football survey, which was as you’d expect a pretty sophisticated attempt to debunk the negatives and position the issue in their favour. Statistics aren’t as stretchy as elastic bands I thought it worth doing the same with theContinue reading “Stretched to breaking point: The Football League’s response to the Price of Football”

Decoding The Premier League’s response to the Price of Football

The Premier League in particular has become very adept at shaping the message that it wants people to hear about its competition, and is very successful at it. For years at Supporters Direct, though I didn’t often like what they did – or even sometimes how they did it – I was always in someContinue reading “Decoding The Premier League’s response to the Price of Football”