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The 65 teams within Wyrley Juniors FC supported the Club’s Respect weekend to support The FA’s stance on improving behaviour in grassroots football.
The initiative involved every player and many parents wearing club produced Respect wristbands; managers signing a Respect pledge and handing them to the referee and a club Respect pennant given to opposing captains before games.
In addition, prematch photos were taken with players and referees mingled together in a message of unity against poor behavour.
FA Respect tee shirts and literature was also handedout at games.
Keith Hardy, Chairman of the club, said ‘we felt we had to highlight what the FA is trying to do by attempting something different and all the cub supported the actions’. Sare Michael, Club Welfare Officer said ‘ we were deighted that all our teams and opponents took part’.
Pictured below some of the teams taking part.]

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