Football's power brokers can no longer be trusted and new laws are needed to protect the pyramid, fans will tell a landmark Government review. As calls intensify again for an independent regulator, a Telegraph Sport survey shows major reform will have supporters' backing. A "golden share" fan vote to stop greedy owners in their tracks is backed by nine out 10 fans in the Premier League and Championship, results show. The survey, launched in the aftermath of the European Super League fiasco, highlights 80 per cent have lost faith in current governing bodies. Their damning conclusions come as tens of thousands joined Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Rio Ferdinand and Gary Lineker in signing a petition for a new regulator. With football still at a crossroads following the global furore over the failed club breakaway, the most detailed account of fan feeling shows: Eight out of 10 fans across the two divisions want an independent body to hold leagues, clubs and governing bodies to account 83 per cent want a so-called "golden share" board vote, with just 13 per cent believing their club owner's top priority is sporting success Nine out of 10 want legislation that will protect the pyramid's relegation and promotion system to ward off any closed-shop proposals 67 per cent think securing future survival is the game's most pressing issue, with 30 per cent fearing the pyramid is collapsing. The results come as Tracey Crouch, the former sports minister, chairs a Government review which could lead to sweeping legislative and non-legislative changes. Governance, new ownership structures, the Owners' and Directors’ test, finance and the fan experience could all change. On Monday the Football League, supporters groups and campaigners urged Ms Crouch to assess Telegraph Sport's findings. Trevor Birch, the EFL chief executive, said it was notable but "unsurprising" that "the survival of clubs and the financial future of the pyramid are rated as the biggest issues facing our game". "The EFL has consistently been saying for a long time that our game’s finances need a fundamental reset and football must now grasp the opportunity to fix the financial imbalance that exists between the top division and the rest of football," he added, before underlining the league's vision to scrap "parachute payments" and instead redistribute 25 per cent of pooled TV revenue. "By resetting economically, we can support all clubs to achieve a sustainable future to protect the principles and long term future of the pyramid, which people have collectively deemed to be sacrosanct in recent weeks." In addition to support for a "golden share" vote to give fans the power of veto, nine in 10 want more fan representation on the boards. Two of the Big Six rebels, Chelsea and Tottenham, have promised in recent weeks to bring supporters into the boardroom. Around 40 per cent of fans believe "growing the financial value of their investment" was their team's main aim. Three-quarters of fans want the Big Six rebels punished over the betrayal, with the most popular penalties being points deductions or fines.