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The Public Services Academy at the University of Sheffield presents...

The Good of the Game: Football, Society and Globalisation - Friday, 19th

March

A public, and FREE event as part of the ESRC's Festival of Social Science,

run in conjunction with Sheffield United FC and BT Local Business South

Yorkshire and The Humber.

Bringing together a panel of football experts from across the game, the

event at Sheffield United FC will feature a wide-ranging debate between the

panellists exploring:

- Football's potential for good

- Globalisation's impact on football's connection to local communities

- The debt crisis

- The national team, how does society engage with England?

- The future of the Premier League

- What is the future of the game?

Friday 19th March 2010

6.30pm - 8.00pm (Please arrive at 6.15pm to be seated by 6.30pm)

Millennium Suite, Sheffield United FC Bramall Lane You must register in

order to attend (see below).

Featuring an exceptional panel:

Former England and Sheffield Wednesday Manager, Howard Wilkinson

Former Minister for Sport, Rt Hon. Richard Caborn MP Chairman of Sheffield

United, Kevin McCabe

Chairman of Sheffield Wednesday, Lee Strafford

Sheffield United Biographer, Dr Gary Armstrong Co-Founder of the Football

Supporters Association, Dr Rogan Taylor

Chief Executive of Sheffield and Hallamshire FA, James Hope-Gill

Chaired by BBC Sheffield Broadcaster, Rob Staton

For tickets: register online at www.shef.ac.uk/psa

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From: Alex Miles [mailto:alex.miles@sheffield.ac.uk]

Sent: 17 March 2010 15:37

To: 'Alex Miles'

Subject: The Good of the Game - Friday 19th March, Sheffield United FC

Dear all,

You have successfully registered for ‘The Good of the Game: Football, Society and Globalisation’!

Please give your name when you arrive, as we will running a guest list system, not physical tickets. The doors will open at 6.00pm, with the debate itself starting at 6.30pm.

Please arrive in good time, there will be a bar open in the Millennium Suite, so there will an opportunity to grab a pint before things begin. The event will aim to finish at around 8pm, but the bar will remain open for a while afterwards to give you the chance to discuss the themes explored by the evening over a drink.

Access to the Millennium Suite is from the John Street Entrance, (the side of the ground closest to Town).

If you have registered more than one person, they will need to quote your name in order to attend.

Best wishes, it should be a great event.

Alex Miles

Manager

a: University of Sheffield, ICOSS, 219 Portobello, Sheffield, S1 4DP

e: alex.miles@sheffield.ac.uk

w: www.shef.ac.uk/psa

t: 01142228389

m: 07540672679

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