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Letters

Let the fans have say in national stadium debate David Walkind was right (Letters, 30.8.01) to warn the AJ against London-centric tendencies in its reports on the National Stadium debate. David Littlefield's report in the same issue says the Football Supporters Association survey 'appeared to demonstrate' that football fans would prefer a new stadium in the Midlands, but Ken Livingstone's survey 'showed that' the general public wants it in London.

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