Last quote by Shaun Harvey
We welcome innovation at the EFL and I am pleased to see that the EFL is able to play its part in an important development for football. IFAB have identified a theory that the current arrangements for penalty kicks potentially provide an unfair advantage to the team taking the first kick, so we are keen to see if the new system has an impact on one of the most discussed issues in football.feedback
Jul 31 2017
This page is completely dedicated to what Shaun Harvey has to say. All of Shaun Harvey’s quotes are organized here by date and topic. The most recent quote attributed to Shaun Harvey came from an article called Premier League and FA at odds over immigration exemptions for foreign football stars: “It is imperative that we provide young players not only with a platform, but also with the belief that opportunities will be made available to progress from youth to senior football. I am confident that this decision will have a positive and lasting impact on the future of football in this country.”.
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Quotes by Shaun Harvey
Apr 06 2017
It is imperative that we provide young players not only with a platform, but also with the belief that opportunities will be made available to progress from youth to senior football. I am confident that this decision will have a positive and lasting impact on the future of football in this country.feedback
Mar 10 2017
This is the first time the SGSA have signalled that rail seating could be licenced for use at English and Welsh football grounds.feedback
Mar 10 2017
Nonetheless, the symbolic value of this decision should not be overlooked as I believe it demonstrates an encouraging direction of travel that will hopefully lead to further progress on our other aims in the period ahead. It is also recognition that the representations we are making about EFL clubs wanting to offer fans a modern and safe supporter experience in seats and on terraces is increasingly being heard and understood.feedback
Mar 10 2017
In practice, I think it's fairly unlikely that clubs will choose to take up this opportunity given they are already permitted to utilise traditional terracing and because of the significant cost of installing rail seating. Additionally, the government is not currently minded to allow these clubs to use rail seating at all (in either standing or seated mode) if they become subject to the all-seater policy at a future point. Although, it is closely monitoring the installation of 3,000 rail seats at Celtic Park.feedback
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