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Guardian triumphs at the Football Supporters’ Association Awards

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The Guardian won the three big awards at the Football Supporters’ Association Awards last night (Monday 29 November), including the coveted newspaper of the year prize.

The FSA, formerly known as the Football Supporters’ Federation, represents match-going fans across the UK, with the awards voted for by more than 40,000 fans.

The Guardian won newspaper of the year for the eighth time in a row. Football Weekly, the Guardian’s popular podcast hosted by Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning and guests, was awarded podcast of the year, while Jonathan Wilson won writer of the year for his weekly column in the Observer.

The Guardian dominated the writer of the year shortlist with journalists Suzanne Wrack and Jonathan Liew also shortlisted in the category, plus football cartoonist David Squires was featured in the online media of the year shortlist.

You can view a full list of winners from the Football Supporters’ Association Awards here.

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