return of respect

Mal at the awareness weekend,the banner portraying the message to spectators.
Mal at the awareness weekend,the banner portraying the message to spectators.

“Mal” talks about the return of Respect at grassroots football. many people said it had lost its credibility,but after last weeks awareness weekend with DXTL, i assure you it is more powerful than ever and the children,managers, and parents had a big say in that the proof was there as proven by Sky Sports News, and the Liverpool Echo.what do you think.?

 

thanks to the FA,& Premier League

FA, Premier League investing £150 million in to grassroots
FA,and Premier League investing £150 million in to grassroots

https://soundcloud.com/dxtl/01-03-2013-investment-into-grassroots

‘Mal, would like to thank the FA,and the Premier League,for the £150 million over 3 years to help with the facilities in grassroots football, many leagues do not have a toilet or any changing facilities, so this will be a welcome boost, as our members are aware the Don’t X The Line Campaign, has called for updated/new facilities at Junior Leagues for several years, we now thank these organisations for recognising how necessary and important these are for the future of  grassroots football.What are your facilities like.?

is £150 million from the FA, and Premier League enough ?

Is grassroots football becoming a wash out.
Is grassroots football becoming a wash out.

https://soundcloud.com/dxtl/27-02-2013part-two-save-grassroots-football

‘Mal asks you the people who matter in Grassroots, is the £150 million over three years enough that is to be put in to grassroots facilities by the FA,& Premier League, or do you think it should have been £150 million per year over three years. ? On tonight’s show we have  part two of Save grass-roots football, as this debate looks to continue for a long time in grassroots football.what are your thoughts.?

Don't cross the line