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FFC: Capping Foreign Players

Football Fan Census poses QPR supporters a number of questions, notably concerning the proposed capping of foreign players within English football.

The FFC have created a short survey with special reference to London football, this centre`s around the issues you encounter on match-day but more important wider ranging issues of things you think, feel and encounter whilst attending a QPR match.

The survey covers a wide range of issues with respect to manager`s performance, along with your perceptions of the Chairman and the board of directors.

More important issues that are tackled in terms of racism and hooliganism, and Sepp Blatter`s proposed plans to cap the amount of foreign players one can field, are also outlined in this short 10 question survery.

Click here to take part and have your say!

What are your opinions in what has been discussed in the survey? Are you in favour of Sepp Blatter`s capping of foreign players? Lets us know!

To have your say you can comment in the space provided below, or chat about it on the forum.

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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 1 2008

Time: 9:21PM

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One of Sepp Blatter's crackpot ideas is finally worth thinking about, makes the club think about investment in the future of the country as well as their club. May cause some detriment to the league standard, but I'd much rather see a good english youngster succeed then have players brought in for millions who do a similar job.
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