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Sport Premier League: Soon a supervisory body and a tax on transfers?

19:17  25 november  2021
19:17  25 november  2021 Source:   sofoot.com

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Premier League : bientôt un organe de contrôle et une taxe sur les transferts ? © Provided by Sofoot Premier League: soon a control body and a tax on transfers?

Ethics Project.

In perpetual agitation, the Premier League could experience radical changes next spring. Following the attempt to escape from some clubs (Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham) to the Father Superligue Project in April , the British Government hastened to lead a vast parliamentary inquiry on the state of football. Driven by the member Tracey Crouch, this report has mixed supporters as well as representatives of the English Football Federation, Leagues, Coaching and Players. If this report gave birth by 47 recommendations for reforming football overseas, two provisions marked the spirits.

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i Can Confirm We're endorsing in principle the primary recommendation of the fan led Review of Football Governance. We'll Now Work at Pace to Determine The Most Effective Way to Deliver An Independent Regulator. https://t.co/ykzdamg8vp pic.twitter.com/uvbvjpbelc

- Nadine Dorries (@nadinedorries) November 25, 2021

The first would be the creation of an independent regulatory body for English football with financial and ethical responsibility. The other would concern the establishment of a 10% tax on transfers, in order to reverse the lower division clubs the amounts taxed. Nadine Dorries, the Minister of Sports, said Thursday that English football would know in the coming months a wave of change: "We are at a turning point for football in this country and we are working hard at a Action plan that will be presented in the spring ».

hope it's better than Brexit.

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