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FSA statement: Football governance

FSA statement on today’s reports about the impending football governance White Paper.

Kevin Miles, chief executive of the Football Supporters’ Association, said:

“The FSA has put supporters at the heart of the fan-led review process, with around 130 fan organisations having direct involvement while seeking to change the game for the better.

“Today’s reports indicate that many of our ideas are included in the White Paper – stronger tests on potential club owners, more supporter engagement, blocks on breakaway competitions like the European Super League and the establishment of an independent regulator.

“We look forward to seeing the full White Paper upon its release and, once again, we will enthusiastically and constructively engage with the consultation process to ensure that the regulator becomes as effective as possible.”

  • You can read more about our work on the Fan-led Review of Football Governance here.

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