Coventry University research

icon fifamoney27 February ~ Coventry University have set up a new survey to help them understand the perceived level of trust people have in FIFA and the national football associations. The questionnaire, which takes around ten minutes to complete, involves questions on a range of topics from the consistency of FIFA's decision-making process to how much respect they show to supporters. It also asks for opinions on how the governing body relay information to fans and whether you feel they engage in "ethical practices". You can take the survey here.

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