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Multi-club ‘sharks’ pose a danger to football – they should be curbed, not encouraged

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Over the course of a 45-minute interview with Gary Neville, president Aleksander Ceferin mostly reinforced the perception that he is a serious, considerate figure — reassuringly immune, so far, to the type of megalomaniac tendencies seen in some of those who rise without trace to assume positions of power and prestige in world sport. A lawyer from Slovenia, the president of European football has a clear sense of right and wrong.

But Ceferin (pictured above) appeared strangely ambivalent when it came to one subject.

Neville and Ceferin seemed to reassure each other that any concerns about sporting integrity were overstated in any case.

The real question here is more fundamental: is multi-club ownership really such a positive thing?

We can all recognise the success of what City Football Group and Red Bull have done, and how it benefits the clubs in question, but surely there is also a recognition that this proliferation of multi-club ownership groups (some of them trying to five or six clubs before they have even begun to demonstrate they have the competence to run one) is dangerous — not just for the integrity of competitions but for the future and the very fabric of the game.

The best time to address the many questions raised by multi-club ownership was 15 years ago.
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