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Greg Dyke describes Football Association as “the old men of English football” quoting : Sports Mole

according to Greg Dyke has described the Football Association as “the old men of English football” and branded them as “stupid enough” to fight reforms.
The “old men” accused of blocking change at the Football Association are “stupid enough” to fight reforms, according to former FA chairman Greg Dyke.
“You shouldn’t underestimate the old men of English football.
Last year, five former FA executives – including Dyke – called on the government to pass legislation to force through FA reform.
They’ve seen off all sorts of people over the years,” former FA chairman Dyke told BBC Sport.

Greg Dyke describes Football Association as

As it stated in Greg Dyke fears that the “old men of English football” are “stupid enough” to fight reforms of the Football Association.
Former FA chairman Dyke told the BBC: “You shouldn’t underestimate the old men of English football.
The Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee has produced two papers that have both pressed for change and both have been ignored by this bunch of old guys.
The House of Commons will this afternoon debate a no confidence motion on the FA’s ability to govern and reform itself.
Dyke, who stood down from his role at the FA last year after failing to convince the governing body’s council to reform, added: “There needs to be radical change.

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FA reform: ‘Stupid old men may fight changes,’ says Greg Dyke

More than 90 of the FA Council’s 122 members are men aged 60 or overThe “old men” accused of blocking change at the Football Association are “stupid enough” to fight reforms, says former chairman Greg Dyke.
The FA is effectively run by its own parliament, the FA Council, which has 122 members – just eight are women and only four from ethnic minorities.
Last year, five former FA executives – including Dyke – called on the government to pass legislation to force through FA reform, saying they had been blocked in their attempts to do so.
“There needs to be radical change,” Dyke continued.
Media playback is not supported on this device Former FA Chairman Greg Dyke tells Radio 4’s Today FA is like traveling back to 1952He singled out 25 life presidents on the FA Council he said were “not representing anyone”, adding: “It’s an ongoing oligarchy that looks after itself.

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