FA Cuts Ties with Betting Companies and Casinos

The FA is clearly spooked by Joey Barton’s 1,260 bets on football over a decade and his pointing out football’s hypocrisy and strange relationship with the betting industry. The FA have now cut all ties with betting and casino companies as reported in the Guardian:


Meanwhile the EFL is just fine with its sponsorship:

The EFL said it would not be reconsidering its title sponsorship with SkyBet in light of the FA’s decision, arguing there was no conflict of interest.

“The EFL (as a competition organiser) is of the firm belief that there is no conflict in having a commercial relationship with the gaming industry, as it is the FA who have the ultimate responsibility of enforcing any breach of the existing betting rules that all those who participate in our competitions have to adhere to,” said a spokesman.

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