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In a critique of the existing debate on football governance, Fitzpatrick argues that the contemporary problems of English football represent a deeper crisis of legitimacy for the sport’s governing bodies. Fitzpatrick documents how periodic crises in football—most notably Hillsborough in 1989—have challenged the self-regulatory basis of the game’s governance. This legitimation crisis in football is related to a broader decline of public confidence in the self-governing codes of the British regulatory tradition. Football, through the establishment of supporter groups, is offered as a useful case study of an emergent participatory tradition to the regulation of sport.
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