The EFL’s Summer Conference 2018 has concluded, with a number of proposals formally adopted into EFL Regulations during its Annual General Meeting.
In total, 17 regulation amendments or additions were put forward by the EFL Board alongside one proposed resolution to amend the Articles of Association. Seventy-five per cent of the membership is required to pass a change in the Articles, whilst 50 per cent plus one of all Clubs and 50 per cent plus one of Championship Clubs is needed to effect a change in EFL regulations.
Prior to the formalities of the AGM, Clubs were provided with the conclusion to the Owners’ Conduct Review, which was introduced last year following a number of concerns in the area of Club ownership. This included three proposals as part of the 2018/19 regulatory changes.
The highlights of the 2018 AGM included:
Read more here www.efl.com/news/2018/june/efl-summer-conference-2018--agm-round-up
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