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Paul Douglas: Increasing EFL share of pot won’t weaken Premier League’s standing

The Premier League will still be the most lucrative division in the world even if it accepts the recommendations of the Fan-Led Review of Football Governance, a Championship club’s chief executive has said.It has been one year since the release of the report which resulted in 10 strategic recommendations, including the creation of a new independent regulator for the game and fairer financial distribution throughout the English football pyramid.No agreements have been made yet, but the Premier League was recently given a mandate by its clubs to negotiate a new deal with the EFL and the Football Association.You can download...
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Prince William Weighs in Ahead of England vs. Wales World Cup Match

Prince William is Prince of Wales and President of the Football Association, the organization in charge of British soccer. These two roles make for a tricky spot for the heir to the throne today: Wales and England face each other in the final game of the group stage. So, Prince William's Twitter, @KensingtonPalace, shared: "Here we go…may the best team win! Dyma ni … boed i’r tîm gorau ennill!" with flags of England and Wales.
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Fleetwood Town & Bolton Wanderers fined by Football Association

Fleetwood and Bolton have been fined £4,000 by the Football Association for failing to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion. The incident occurred in the 47th minute of the meeting between the sides at Highbury Stadium on 19 November. Bolton won the League One match 2-1.
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JUST IN: Ronaldo ‘agrees’ to £173m yearly contract with Saudi club

Former Manchester United star, Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly agreed a record-breaking £172.9million per year contract with Saudi Arabian club, Al Nassr. According to Daily Mail UK, Ronaldo is said to have sensationally agreed to a two-and-a-half year deal with Al Nassr, worth a whooping £172.9million per year, that will see him play until the age of 40.
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TCIFA Partners With Concacaf To Launch Historic W C License/ W Girls Grassroots Progrmme

The Turks and Caicos Islands Football Association has scored another history-making milestone with the launch of the Concacaf W C Licensing Pathway Programme, coupled with the launch of the Concacaf W Grassroots Girls Programme. The launch of both events took place at the TCIFA Headquarters off Venetian Road in Providenciales...
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PL could give EFL bigger share and still be richest league says Rotherham chief

The Premier League will still be the most lucrative division in Europe even if it accepts the recommendations of the Fan-Led Review of Football Governance, a Championship club’s chief executive has said. It has been one year since the release of the report which resulted in 10 strategic recommendations,...
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