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I have to say that it is great to have the football forum and full time site etc. Even a few years ago none of this existed and we relied on the often inaccurate local papers to see results / tables etc.

On top of this more and more clubs are improving their online presence. My club, St Agnes, now have a really good and informative website http://www.stagnes-saints.co.uk and a facebook page http://en-gb.facebook.com/people/St-Agnes-Afc/100000983148453.

Which are the best club sites? Any opinions on the online content etc? Just an interest of mine really.

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Although I'm biased, I feel we have a great website: http://www.porthlevenafc.com

Plus we have a good blog: http://porthlevenafc.tumblr.com/

And a regular twitter feed: http://www.twitter.com/porthlevenafc

Not much content at the moment, by I'm currently building a specific pre-season site full of info on nutrition, tactics, psychology etc to compliment the coaching that myself and Martyn will be doing from next week onwards.

Hope you like it.

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Although I'm biased, I feel we have a great website: http://www.porthlevenafc.com

Plus we have a good blog: http://porthlevenafc.tumblr.com/

And a regular twitter feed: http://www.twitter.com/porthlevenafc

Not much content at the moment, by I'm currently building a specific pre-season site full of info on nutrition, tactics, psychology etc to compliment the coaching that myself and Martyn will be doing from next week onwards.

Hope you like it.

Excellent. The website is good, and I love the fact that you've got a blog and twitter feed. You will have one more follower on Twitter as soon as I can remember my login!

The pre-season site sounds like an excellent idea. A lot of amateur players (myself included) could do with a simple resource like that. Please post the link when it's up and running.

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I have to say that it is great to have the football forum and full time site etc. Even a few years ago none of this existed and we relied on the often inaccurate local papers to see results / tables etc.

On top of this more and more clubs are improving their online presence. My club, St Agnes, now have a really good and informative website http://www.stagnes-saints.co.uk and a facebook page http://en-gb.facebook.com/people/St-Agnes-Afc/100000983148453.

Which are the best club sites? Any opinions on the online content etc? Just an interest of mine really.

Very nice site. Nice and clean. Who powers it?

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Although I'm biased, I feel we have a great website: http://www.porthlevenafc.com

Plus we have a good blog: http://porthlevenafc.tumblr.com/

And a regular twitter feed: http://www.twitter.com/porthlevenafc

Not much content at the moment, by I'm currently building a specific pre-season site full of info on nutrition, tactics, psychology etc to compliment the coaching that myself and Martyn will be doing from next week onwards.

Hope you like it.

I do like it, your content is much wider than what I post on the Falmouth blog http://falmouthtownafcsupportersclub.wordpress.com/

I have kept it just about what I know is happening around the club and a set of aims that I came up with on the About Page http://falmouthtownafcsupportersclub.wordpress.com/about/

It's slow work but we are also gradually getting more people joinour fans forum on facebook too http://tinyurl.com/5whxwwb

We also have a twitterfeed @sup_falmouthafc

I think it is really encouraging that more clubs like St. Agnes, Perranporth and Redruth Athletic are posting better and better sites and blogs. I wonder if we could keep a topic going on here to swap tips etc? Or possibly a facebook group?

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