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Football reform: FSA meets new EFL CEO Rick Parry

The Football Supporters’ Association (FSA) was pleased to have the opportunity to discuss our football reform proposals with Rick Parry and others from the EFL on Friday (17th July 2020) via video link.

In a constructive discussion the FSA presented an overview of existing proposals along with more recent ideas around solidarity and sustainability, further detail of which will be released soon.

It is clear that the FSA and EFL agree in principle on many of the matters discussed and have jointly committed to continuing dialogue at an appropriate point in the future.

The FSA’s aim has always been to pull together the Premier League, EFL, FA, PFA, and National League into progressive discussions that look at the reform of football.

We hope that the Government’s promised “fan led” review will be the opportunity to do that.

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