Premier League TV deals: To boycott – or not to boycott?

The Premier League, currently looking at the next set of TV contracts, have let it be known that they’re considering 11:00 kick-offs as part of an attempt to expand into Asian markets. Given that Charlie Sale reported it, there’s a very decent chance it’s got substance to it (he’s been for many years been one ofContinue reading “Premier League TV deals: To boycott – or not to boycott?”

Shaun Harvey presents an open goal to reformers

Shaun Harvey has put it on record that the League is prepared to discuss a more interventionist approach at The EFL in an interview with the London Evening Standard, saying, ‘We want to see good owners of football clubs running stable clubs where fans are able to enjoy the football. We are never going toContinue reading “Shaun Harvey presents an open goal to reformers”

The Fan Engagement Interview: Kevin Boroduwicz, Blackpool Supporters Trust

As a term, ‘fan engagement’ is one that I’ve already explained my views on. It is a blanket term that is largely unsuited to the role of fans as a stakeholder in their clubs, and, in terms of the football authorities (largely The FA, but also the leagues), the wider game. It seems like anContinue reading “The Fan Engagement Interview: Kevin Boroduwicz, Blackpool Supporters Trust”