In total, 17 regulation amendments or additions were put forward by the EFL Board alongside one proposed resolution to amend the Articles of Association. Seventy-five per cent of the membership is required to pass a change in the Articles, whilst 50 per cent plus one of all Clubs and 50 per cent plus one of Championship Clubs is needed to effect a change in EFL regulations.
Prior to the formalities of the AGM, Clubs were provided with the conclusion to the Owners’ Conduct Review, which was introduced last year following a number of concerns in the area of Club ownership. This included three proposals as part of the 2018/19 regulatory changes.
The highlights of the 2018 AGM included:
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