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EFL’s Parry: ‘We want all our clubs to survive without owner funding’

EFL chairman, Rick Parry. (EFL).

SportBusiness has conducted a series of interviews with senior figures from European football, asking them to define a ‘sustainable’ economic model for the game on the continent. In the first article in the series, Rick Parry, chairman of the English Football League (EFL) outlines a three-point plan for the professional game in England and calls for more transparency from the game's governing bodies.

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