The British government wants to set up an independent regulatory authority to maintain the financial sustainability of football in England. That said the ministers on Monday.
The new organization is intended to make a fairer distribution of funds and will be equipped with statutory licensees for licensing and sanctioning of associations and financial supervision of their activities.
Radical changes are necessary according to Minister Nigels Minister Nigel Huddleston to secure the future of football. Among other things, stricter integrity tests are to be introduced for owners. According to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the supervisory authority “help the fans to use themselves for their interests and the interests of the traditional clubs”.
The idea was the idea ago a year when several English clubs wanted to participate in the founding of an international Super League. Currently, the new owner of Newcastle United and the ongoing sale of the FC Chelsea are in focus.