Football fans across the world are now facing a nightmare: they’ve lost their homes, their football club, their country and even their own country.

But what will happen to them?

Will they be allowed to return to their country of origin?

Will they be able to move to their new home or will they be sent to a “backpacker camp” for a year or two?

And how will they get there?

The Football Association says the answer to all these questions is: not for us, but for FIFA.

And that’s where you come in.

Football supporters across the globe are taking action to stop this crisis in their own homes, clubs and nations.

And they’re not alone.

Football fans around the world have launched a campaign to ensure the future of their football clubs and countries.

It started with an online petition, launched by a group of fans in England and Wales and supported by the Premier League, and by fans from France, Italy, Germany and Spain.

The petition calls on FIFA to ensure that the clubs and leagues in question are not forced to return home.

It says they should be allowed a “fair” chance to return and that they should not be “taken advantage of”.

The fans say they want to ensure their football teams remain at the top of the world and that their football country can continue to develop.

But the fans want their football to be fair.

Football is not about money.

Football is not a charity.

Football isn’t about money for charity.

It is about fairness and justice for all the fans across our planet who have suffered so much at the hands of a corrupt football organisation.

Football fans in other parts of the globe also launched a similar petition.

And we’re not the only ones.

Hundreds of thousands of football fans in Australia, Canada, Brazil, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom are signing the petition.

They’re also calling on FIFA president Sepp Blatter to take urgent action.

And a number of football clubs are also calling for FIFA to do more to stop the crisis.

The Football Supporters Federation of America has called for a full investigation of all football clubs in the United States and the European Union.

“We will not tolerate any form of abuse, including abusive behaviour, in any form,” the federation said in a statement.

“We are committed to the protection of our members, to the integrity of the competition, and to the principles of fair play.

We are also deeply concerned that some clubs have become scapegoats for this crisis.”FIFA must immediately investigate all instances of abuse in the sport of football, to ensure we are fully aware of the issue, and we call on FIFA President Sepp BLATTER to take immediate action.””

We demand that FIFA’s governance of the sport takes into account the needs of our member clubs and ensure that we can ensure that all clubs in America and Europe are fully protected by the FIFA Code of Ethics.”FIFA says it will investigate all allegations of abusive behaviour.”

FIFA has received the allegations.”””

If the matter is not addressed in an appropriate manner, the FIFA Ethics Committee will take the appropriate action.

FIFA has received the allegations.””

Fifa is aware of reports that clubs in England have lost their jobs and are facing eviction from their homes.

We have already made the determination to provide assistance to clubs in these situations, including helping with the purchase of new homes.”

Our focus is on helping clubs stay in their homes and clubs to stay competitive in the competition.

“The US Football League, the European Professional Football League and the Australian Football League have also called for FIFA’s intervention.”

Football has been given a fair chance to be successful in the world’s biggest sporting competition, so if there is anything that is lacking, FIFA should take action,” the FSF statement said.”

For the safety of all members, clubs, and fans of football around the globe, we will not be deterred from standing up for our values.

“Fifa will respond to the petition in a letter to the president of the Association of Football Coaches and Football Administrators (AFAD), the umbrella body for football clubs across the football world.

The FSF is calling on the association to immediately respond to its petition and ensure it follows the FIFA code of ethics.FIFA will also consider any and all other options available to protect the integrity and success of football in the future.

It will also discuss the allegations in detail with the governing body’s Ethics Committee, FIFA’s General Secretary Gianni Infantino, and the head of the football department, João Carlos Goulart.

Fifa has already met with the Football Federation of England (FFE), which has also joined the petition and the FFA says it has also met with