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The Committee’s seventh Report on Football Governance, published in July 2011, addressed some of the problems currently facing domestic football. The Report concluded that big changes needed to be made to the football governance structures in England to address financial instability and levels of debt in the game, and to secure its future.
In February 2012, the Football Association, Premier League, Football League and National Game jointly set out their proposals for reform of football governance to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
The follow-up provided the Committee with an opportunity to discuss the response of the football authorities to its recommendations and to hear the concerns of football supporters.
Legislation needed to reform football if changes not made to governance of game says Committee
Committee concludes inquiry into Football Governance Follow-Up
Committee question National Game Board and Football Association
Committee begins short follow Up inquiry into football governance