FSA: MPs Told: PL “Can’t Mark Its Own Homework”
FSA chief executive Kevin Miles was in front of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee alongside Tracey Crouch MP, chair of the Fan-led Review, to talk about the establishment of a new independent regulator for men’s football with powers covering club licensing, football finances, appointing owners and directors and mandating fan engagement.
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Premier league,efl all law unto themselves will find a way around rules and regulations only interests they are worried about are their own, supporters secondary I know it sounds cynical but this is how a lot of supporters feel
Totally agree with Peter. The overall health of the game doesn’t seem to concern the PL. The actions of the media doesn’t help either by promoting the PL in many cases above all else. The BBC being the most obvious case.
Using points deductions to enforce rules is the wrong stick to use to punish clubs. It is the fans and players who suffer. Radical overhaul is needed.