IMUSA is one of the oldest independent fans' organisation in the country and campaigns on issues such as ticketing, safe standing, atmosphere and governance. IMUSA also gives help and advice to individual members and will act on their behalf when in dispute with the club or authorities. Membership costs £5 and provides access to a panel of lawyers expert in football related matters as well as affiliate membership of the FSF.


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There are many similarities between wine and football.
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18th September 2010

Football club ownership issues now firmly on the Parliamentary agenda
Liverpool MP Steve Rotherham introduced his private members debate today the 'Role of football supporters in the governance of professional football clubs'..... [more]
8th September 2010

Gill forced to admit season ticket target not met
despite the statement issued by the club in June saying that 'Anybody who is trying to say there has been a poor uptake is lying'..... [more]
1st September 2010

Glazers to pay Sir Alex's fines for not speaking to BBC says 'The Sun'
Fergie has not spoken to the BBC since a 2004 documentary about his son Jason's work as an agent and is still apparently refusing to do so despite new Premier League rules..... [more]
24th August 2010

Competing with mortgage and car payments
and losing. The Buccaneers announced that Saturday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs has not sold out and, as a consequence, will be blacked out on local television..... [more]
19th August 2010

Peterloo commemorated
Up to 18 people were killed and over 600 injured when cavalrymen were sent in to break up a civil rights protest on St Peter's Fields on August 16, 2020...... [more]
16th August 2010

Scudamore continues to plead for self-regulation
'The idea that an ex-Conservative minister, you know, with all those views that hes held, is suddenly out there advocating an independent regulator is quite frankly, well '..... [more]
15th August 2010