The UK government is launching a ‘fan-driven’ review of how football works in England after the Super League scandal.
A statement to the British Parliament on Monday by Digital, Culture, Media and Sports Secretary Oliver Dowden revealed it.
He said the review would cover the “financial viability” of the game, “governance and regulation, and the merits of an independent regulator”.
It will also examine how fans can have “even more of a say” in overseeing the game and how to achieve this.
Dowden added that he had met with the Premier League and the Football Association, and said they “are considering a wide range of sanctions”.
He revealed that he plans to launch the review after football returns to normal in England.
However, due to the new revelations, he had presented it.
“We will put everything on the table to prevent that from happening,” said Dowden, adding that there would be a “very robust response”.
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