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About Natter Football

Football fans are the forgotten people of the beautiful game. Ignored by club owners and administrators and a media which frequently focuses on the sensational and trivial, supporters have few opportunities to influence issues affecting their teams and the game we all love. That’s why Natter Football was established – to provide a platform for the ordinary fan to have his or her say. As a fan-run site, we strive to be independent and balanced and try to cover all aspects of football, from the Premier League to the non-league game. We welcome contributions on any football-related topic and reserve the right to edit material to fit the format of our site and to tone down or remove any comments that could offend some readers. Feel free to get involved and share your view with football fans all over the world. Simply send us your contribution via our contact page, email it to or tweet us @natterfootball and have your say now!

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Eddie Mitchell: a fit and proper chairman for Bournemouth?

When Eddie Mitchell was leading a consortium to purchase AFC Bournemouth, this was met with mixed feelings. Locally, he is in the building trade, building rather weird Miami Vice style houses that are for sale for multi millions of pounds … Continue reading

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The East Midlands derby

Event: East Midlands derby Date and time: 17/9/2011 – 1:00pm Location: City Ground, Nottingham Both Derby and Nottingham Forest have experienced mixed starts to their seasons leading up to one of the biggest fixtures of the campaign. Derby County got … Continue reading

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Twitter and football: good together?

Twitter has become one of the most prominent forms of social media in recent times, hitting the headlines time and time again, as great news stories of our time, are played out in real time with a stream of updates … Continue reading

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A quick view of League Two

This week in League Two we’ve seen Crawley hit for six, Rotherham avenge the 2010-playoff final and Shrewsbury entering the automatic promotion places. After a disappointing campaign last season Morecambe continue their excellent start to the season with a 6-0 … Continue reading

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The Rooney Rule examined

Over the past few weeks, as transfer deadline day rocketed my burgeoning Twitter reliance into a full-blown addiction, it has struck me the wide array of debates that people get into when discussing sport. While Michael Owen and Dan Walker … Continue reading

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