The EFL often get bashed for these things but what really can they do? They've pointed out before the tighter and more subjective the 'fit and proper person' test gets, the more likely it is to be challenged in the courts. A lot of prospective owners, even the dodgy ones, are wealthy enough to be able to find the cash for legal action in the High Court to tie them up in knots. The EFL are sports administrators, not a forensic accountancy service. Baz had not even been signed off yet and it was an independent disciplinary commission that only banned him for 3 years. Companies law has a lot to answer for.