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The barriers to state intervention into football governance

In December 2013 I blogged on LawInSport about match-fixing in British football and my thoughts that such scandals could prompt a more interventionalist approach to football governance by the Government.

With early pre-General Election skirmishes already taking place and manifesto policies being prepared, this blog proposes to set out the barriers to such direct intervention by the State. My ultimate thesis here is that meaningful state intervention in the running of domestic football is extremely unlikely to happen in the foreseeable future. Read the full LawinSport blog here.
Related link:  Profile of John Mehrzad

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