But in a jibe at the country’s biggest clubs, the former Manchester United star says that greed has cost them the right to keep control of the flow of money.
The 162-page report by former sports minister Crouch calls for a Government-backed independent regulator to be appointed but Neville suspects that the Big Six clubs in particular will fight her plans.
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