Leyton Orient today welcomes the results of the review led by MP and former Sports Minister Tracey Crouch.
The article, which can be read here, worked with supporters across the country to identify ways to reform football and foster sustainability through the pyramid.
âWe warmly welcome the review led by Tracey Crouch,â said Managing Director Danny Macklin. âAfter reading the document and the summary, we support the proposals made and hope that they can become a reality. “
“It is important that everyone involved, namely the EFL, the Premier League and the government, come together as soon as possible to implement them constructively for the sustainability of the game.”
“The club need to continue to be the focal point at the heart of its communities, and the proposed changes are essential for clubs to become sustainable and bring equity to the football pyramid that we are all so proud of.”
âThe suggested introduction of a 10% levy for Ligue 1 and 2 clubs could transform club finances at this level, and this is a proposal we welcome more information on.
“In addition, the proposal for an independent regulator for the game is one that the club welcomes and looks forward to hearing more.”
“We look forward to working with other clubs in the Fair Game community to move this project forward, in the hope that the Sustainability Index can be introduced.”
“We certainly support the direction of a quick trip as football needs to reset for the greater good, but at the end of the day it’s time for actions to start speaking louder than words.”
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