Club Together 2013: Presentations

Club Together 2013: Presentations Grassroots Community Football Seminars
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community-ownership-asset-transfer-drew-mcewen by Scottish FA via Slideshare

community-ownership-asset-transfer-drew-mcewen by Scottish FA via Slideshare

kcfc-club-together-presentation-ritchie-wilson by Scottish FA via Slideshare

kcfc-club-together-presentation-ritchie-wilson by Scottish FA via Slideshare

Scottish FA's Ritchie Wilson presentation on Growing Your Membership, Scottish FA via Slideshare

Scottish FA's Ritchie Wilson presentation on Growing Your Membership, Scottish FA via Slideshare

craigie-community-sports-hub-steven-maloney by Scottish FA via Slideshare

craigie-community-sports-hub-steven-maloney by Scottish FA via Slideshare

gartcairn-scottish-fa-club-conference-robert-mc-callum by Scottish FA via Slideshare

gartcairn-scottish-fa-club-conference-robert-mc-callum by Scottish FA via Slideshare

gsc-club-together-presentation-joe-mc-kearns by Scottish FA via Slideshare

gsc-club-together-presentation-joe-mc-kearns by Scottish FA via Slideshare

nff-grassroots-programme-alf-hansen by Scottish FA via Slideshare

nff-grassroots-programme-alf-hansen by Scottish FA via Slideshare

paul-mcneill-grassroots-football-planning-for-2013 by Scottish FA via Slideshare

paul-mcneill-grassroots-football-planning-for-2013 by Scottish FA via Slideshare

stig-bjornebye-uefa-grassrooots-reflections by Scottish FA via Slideshare

stig-bjornebye-uefa-grassrooots-reflections by Scottish FA via Slideshare


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