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28/09/2017 at 19:51


NEWS: Hull City Action For Change - The Who, What, Where and When

Saturday is a huge day for Hull City AFC both on and off the pitch. Not only does Slutsky and the boys need a victory against Birmingham City, Hull City Action For Change are calling on fans to come down to the William Gemmell pub on Anlaby Road from 12.30pm ahead of the match, to explain who they are, what they stand for and how you can help. 

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Action For Change

Essentially the group formed with 6 key objectives listed below:

1 - Unite the Hull City fan base
2 - New owners willing to work with fans
3 - A fresh start and a return of the feelgood factor
4 - Proper fan consultation
5 - Return of concessions
6 - Use of our correct name Hull City AFC

If one, some, or all of these concerns affect you, now you can meet like-minded fans who have arranged a meeting this Saturday ahead of the crucial home match with Birmingham City. A meeting has been called at the William Gemmell pub on Anlaby Road for 12.30pm to formally launch the group and ALL supporters are invited to attend.

Enough is Enough.

Included in the free for all to attend event, Hull City Action For Change have arranged the following:

- Music from Hull City fan Vinny Whitehead
- A guest speaker from Supporters Direct
- KCOM groundsmen update
- Unveiling of the giant flag
- Prize draw
- £1 'Allam Out' wristbands

The event kicks off at 12.30pm and all attendees will receive a FREE pin badge (see image above) and a FREE Allam Out balloon to take to the match. So, once again, if you feel enough is enough and want to unite with fellow fans to become a force for good and change the demoralising mood at Hull City AFC, come along and meet like-minded fans just like you.

You can find out more about Hull City Action For Change on their social media streams via Twitter @HCAction4Change or click here! or on Facebook by searching for 'Hull City Action For Change' or click here!

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