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The FA Agrees To Reform

 



MrTangerineMan
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Apr 4, 2017, 4:24 AM

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A good day and a sign of positive change and progress, or the same old same old?

Will anything change or will we still see the same issues which blight our game (crooked owners amongst many others) in 5/10 years time?


derekn
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Apr 4, 2017, 4:19 PM

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Please can you tell me what's happened today, specifically?


MrTangerineMan
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http://www.blackpoolgazette.co.uk/sport/football/fa-unanimously-approves-proposed-reforms-1-8472745

Will just need ratifying on Thursday 18th May.


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Apr 5, 2017, 8:38 AM

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From the massive tome that is the Blackpool Gazette.


The FA has announced that its council has unanimously approved a package of reforms proposed by chairman Greg Clarke. The key vote took place after little more than an hour of a meeting at Wembley and the plans now go forward to the FA's annual general meeting on May 18, when they will need a 75 per cent majority for approval.The reforms are a response to government pressure after decades of inertia and, if they meet shareholder approval, will represent a major triumph for FA chairman Greg Clarke and sports minister Tracey Crouch.

Read more at: http://www.blackpoolgazette.co.uk/...ed-reforms-1-8472745


Can't quite see what you are driving at MrTangerineMan, but have noticed that you do like to start new threads every day.
Maybe you should wait until there is something to say first.


MrTangerineMan
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Your 'charming' remarks aside, hopefully the initial sign that changes will happen is a good thing.

I can't see that anything will change before Thursday 18th May, and I doubt that the FA would want to lose Greg Clarke (who has been one of its better employees of recent time) and also risk losing Government Support.

 
 


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