FA Social Networking Guidance

Social networking is part of everyone's life these days - texting, facebook, twitter etc are often our preferred method of communication - mainly because they're easy to use, quick and direct.

But in recent years we've seen so many people including many high profile sportsmen and women facing bans, fines and even imprisonment because they've fallen into the trap of forgetting who can read their messages and see their photographs.

At Deeping Rangers FC we take our responsibilities to The FA, our Club, our players and our managers/coaches very seriously and will not tolerate racism, bullying, abuse or improper conduct on any of our social networking platforms.

Our website, facebook page and twitter feed are monitored by senior members of our committee and anyone found to be in breach of these guidelines will be called to a meeting with the committee which could result in your membership or that of your child being revoked.

Please download and read the documents below to fully understand the FA position on this subject...

If you have any questions or if you wish to report an incident please contact the Club Secretary immediately >>> CONTACT DRFC NOW!

Thank you for your co-operation in this important matter.

Kevin Davenport

Chairman, Deeping Rangers FC.

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