- May 18, 2021
- Posted by: R
- Categories: CT News, Reports
English Football Regulation: a contribution to the debate from Campbell Tickell
The weaknesses of self-regulation in English professional football have once more been highlighted by the recent ‘European Super League’ debacle, even though that initiative collapsed within three days of being launched, in the face of pressure from fans and politicians. A high profile campaign ‘Our Beautiful Game’ was launched late last year, calling for independent football regulation. And in April 2021, the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport announced a fan-led review of football governance.
CT Partners, Spurs-supporting Greg Campbell, and Liverpool-supporting Radojka Miljevic, have been considering the case for independent football regulation and what this might look like in practice. They have prepared this paper setting out preliminary thinking on these matters, informed by CT’s specialisms in governance and regulation, and track record in sports and leisure.
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