Premier League clubs make major decisions that could affect Arsenal, Chelsea, and Tottenham
According to the recent report from football.london, it has been brought to our notice that there are radical changes to the English football pyramid that have been suggested following a fan-led review but clubs are not particularly enamoured by the plans. inforguidenigeria
Premier League clubs have reportedly indicated their opposition to plans of an independent regulator being introduced into English football.
The idea of an independent regulator has been recommended to the government following a fan-led review into the game by MP Tracey Crouch.
It follows mass fallout amid the failed plan for the European Super League – Arsenal, Chelsea, and Tottenham Hotspur all being involved – as well as the liquidations of Bury FC and Macclesfield Town.
The report suggested 47 different recommendations to be implemented into the game, one of which being an independent regulator – an aspect that has received the backing of the UK government.
Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries said in a written statement to parliament: “We are at a turning point for football in this country. The review is a detailed and worthy piece of work that will require a substantive response and plan of action from across government. jamb result
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“But the primary recommendation of the review is clear, and one the government chooses to endorse in principle today: that football requires a strong, independent regulator to secure the future of our national game.
“The government will now work at pace to determine the most effective way to deliver an independent regulator and any powers that might be needed.”
However, clubs in the Premier League have expressed their strong opposition to the plan.
According to Sky Sports, all 20 of the current clubs in the English top-flight have voted against the introduction of an independent regulator during a meeting of club executives on Friday.
The specific role of the independent regulator is yet to be determined but it is suggested that they should oversee financial regulations within the game, as well as determining a reworked ‘fit and proper persons’ test for any potential new club owners.
Arsenal, Chelsea, and Tottenham fans all staged protests against their clubs earlier this season following the announcement of the European Super League plans.
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