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Dispatches from the communist party’s people-led review of football governance

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“Football is a private sector business and has flourished that way. Enforcing a philosophy akin to Maoist collective agriculturalism (which students of The Great Leap Forward will know culminated in the greatest famin...

Uefa faces call for governance reform to stem Super League threat

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Two organisations at the heart of European football have broken ranks with Uefa, calling for complete reform of governance to prevent the recurring threat of a Super League. Fifpro, the international players’ union, a...

Online retailer THG to strengthen board after governance concerns

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The online retailer THG is to strengthen its board with the appointment of an independent chair after concerns about governance and the future of the business led to a slump in its valuation. However, more than £800m ...

The Guardian view on English football governance: in need of a moral compass

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It was perhaps the writer and journalist Arthur Hopcraft who got closest to the heart of the visceral appeal of our national game. In The Football Man, published two years after England won the World Cup in 1966, Hopc...

UK minister promises to look at football governance after Super League fiasco

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The withdrawal of six English Premier League clubs from the European Super League highlights the need to examine the governance of football, the UK culture secretary has said, pledging “we will not have our national g...

Liverpool is a remarkable city. Its people deserve better than shoddy governance

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Back in Liverpool’s chaotic, Militant-led 1980s, even Margaret Thatcher did not send in people directly to deal with a city council that she despised. Now, one of England’s largest cities is confronting the ignominy o...