After seven years of circulating news about struggling clubs and supporters' efforts to save them, Clubs in Crisis is itself in danger of closing owing to changing circumstances. However, efforts are being made to to find another body willing to continue this valuable service.
A limited edition book is now available for anyone who believes we need to take action to overcome the crisis in football.
Corinthian-Casuals celebrate their 125th anniversary playing AFC Wimbledon at Wembley Stadium.
The Premier League have gone too far with their proposals to invent an extra fixture to be played abroad - and the time for football fans to stand up and be counted has arrived.
Supporters Direct today issued the following statement about the imminent takeover of Ebbsfleet United Football Club by website consortium, 'Myfootballclub.co.uk':
Wycombe Wanderers FC has agreed to host a Fans United Safe Standing Day at its home match on Sunday 9 September 2007 kick-off 1.30pm. This game is live on Sky.
The Football League has closed the loophole that allowed Leeds to go into administration without suffering a 10-point deduction for next season.
Clubs in Crisis was created in early 2001, and is now in its seventh year of highlighting stories of supporters' protests and campaigns, and bad (often criminal) management of your clubs. Unfortunately, we seem to be as busy as ever.