Tonbridge Angels chairman backs Fair Game movement to force change

By David Richardson

TONBRIDGE Angels chairman Dave Netherstreet believes the Fair Game movement can force a change in football governance.
A group of 29 clubs across Non-League and the EFL revealed their vision for the game this week.
Fair Game have produced a 48-page manifesto detailing solutions to various problems within football, including the owners and directors test, financial sustainability, protecting the heritage of clubs, a fairer distribution of TV revenues, opposing the European Super League and tackling discrimination.
Former sports minister Tracey Crouch is currently leadin...

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