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BRUSSELS - UEFA president Michel Platini said yesterday he supported a plan to allow fans to buy stakes in their clubs because supporters were the only people who had a genuine "identity" with clubs.
The support of European football's governing body could boost a plan from Britain's ruling Labour Party to give soccer fans a bigger say in how their clubs are managed.
According to the plan in the Labour Party's manifesto, fans could take up to a 25percent stake in a club to ease concerns over increasing levels of debt of Premier League clubs and foreign ownership, the Guardian newspaper reported.
"Personally, I think it is a great idea. that the supporters invest in a club because they, at the end of the day, defend the club's identity," Platini told a news conference in Brussels. "They (the fans) are always there." - Reuters