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The FA Chairman's England Commission Report

The FA Chairman's England Commission Report

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The introduction of B teams, overhauling the work permit system and boosting the number of homegrown players in squads are among the proposals set out by FA Chairman Greg Dyke’s England Commission report.
The introduction of B teams, overhauling the work permit system and boosting the number of homegrown players in squads are among the proposals set out by FA Chairman Greg Dyke’s England Commission report.

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The FA Chairman’s England Commission
Report
 May 2014
 
FA Chairman’s
England Commission 2014 3
The FA Chairman’s England
Commission Report • May 2014
FA Chairman’s
England Commission 2014 3
FA Chairman’s
England Commission 2014 3
Contents
FOREWORD
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
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 1 THE PROBLEM FACING ENGLAND 8
 1.1 The Commission’s task 8 1.2 How serious is the current situation? 8 1.3 How does this decline impact on the England Team? 9 1.4 Why does this decline matter? 10 1.5 Why has this happened? 10 1.6 Has anyone tried to do something about it? 12
2 SETTING A TARGET FOR ENGLISH FOOTBALL 13
 2.1 What is the right target? 13 2.2 How far off is the current system? 14
3 THE CAUSES OF THE PROBLEM 16
 3.1 There are inadequate and insufficient competitive playing opportunities, 18-21, for elite players at top clubs 18 3.2 Regulation of the English player market is not effective in preserving the desired balance of British, EU and non-EU players in clubs 23 3.3 Coaching and coach development, in clubs and at grassroots, have not yet reached a satisfactory level and impact 25 3.4 England lags behind in the quantity and quality of affordable grassroots facilities, particularly in the provision of all-weather pitches 27
4 PROPOSED SOLUTIONS 31

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