Footy Governance

Petition about football governance – sign here

February 22, 2018

Blackpool Supporters Trust have launched a petition calling on the government to appoint an independent regulator charged with ensuring the highest possible standards of governance for all clubs. You can sign the petition here: https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/213108   https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/213108

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Lobby your MP about football governance HERE!

September 19, 2017

Restructure the governance of a English football

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Politicians chase football vote as Safe Standing favoured by Lib Dems #CAFC

August 22, 2014

The Lib Dems became the second major political party to address concerns of football fans as they proposed the introduction of Safe Standing this week The junior coalition partner have gone for the potentially popular policy which would involve clubs being allowed to install rail seating, although given how much of their Manifesto was sacrificed to the…

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Making an ‘Efford’ for Change #CAFC

July 12, 2014

Eltham MP and Shadow Sports Minister Clive Efford called a meeting of Supporters Trusts with himself at Parliament earlier this month to discuss ideas for change in the Game. On 2nd July CAS Trust Chairman Barnie Razzell and Richard Wiseman Trust Secreteary represented Charlton fans  at a meeting  at The House of Commons to discuss The Labour…

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Football league clubs reject Dyke’s B team proposals

June 9, 2014

Football League clubs at their summer meeting in  Portugal have this week rejected Greg Dyke’s plan   The proposal includes implementing an extra division between League 2 and The Conference where Premier League B teams could compete.  They also rejected the idea of “strategic loan partnerships” which would have allowed clubs from the top two…

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Is Safe Standing Debate Reaching New Heights?

December 3, 2013

Manchester United Supporters’ Trust (MUST) are attempting to finance the introduction of ‘safe standing’ areas at Old Trafford Also in the news is that Bristol City are attempting to redevelop Ashton gate as a dual code stadium with standing facilities, so we could finally see a sudden, mainstream breakthrough on a topic that has been…

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