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English government wants to control professional football more

The British government wants to strongly control the English professional football with an independent supervision. The new authority should be able to punish clubs that break financial rules and other regulations as the BBC reported on Monday.

In addition, there should be a new test for potential club owners from takeover, and fans should receive more say. With the innovations, the government reacts to sharp criticism of recent developments as the initially failed introduction of a Super League, the acquisition of the first division Newcastle United by a Saudi state fund or financial problems with second division Derby County.

It follows proposals of an independent expert commission under the leadership of the former Leagues State Secretary Tracey Crouch. For the summer, the government announced a white paper. It should also be a “Golden Share” at saying of the fans of fundamental questions such as coats of arms, stadium and jersey.

How Foreigners Seized Control Of The ENGLISH Premier League

Crouch praised governance announcement in conversation with the news agency PA as “enormous step forward”. At the same time, she criticized the unclear timeframe for a legal change is “worrying”. “Further delays could be catastrophic for clubs, communities and fans aimed at a protected and safe regulatory environment,” Crouch said. Urgently necessary is an agreement between the Premier League and the English Football League, which is responsible for the second to fourth league, a redistribution of billions of revenue.

FC Augsburg | Confirmed: Weinzierl can intervene

21/22 // Pressekonferenz vor Freiburg // Reiner Maurer
Augsburg’s replacement coach Reiner Maurer will not be in constant direct exchange with his boss Markus Weinzierl during the FCA on Saturday against SC Freiburg. “One that sits a bit higher has the plug in the ear,” Maurer said just before kick-off at the pay-TV station “Sky”. Weinzierl is in domestic quarantine and is therefore “physically not there”, Maurer said, who had worked as a co-trainer at the FCA for several clubs as a head coach before his time. Weinzierl but “always intervene at any time”.

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