Greg Dyke

Chairman the FA

British media magnate Greg Dyke is the current chairman of the FA. Dyke left grammar school with one E grade A-level in mathematics and was recruited by Marks and Spencer, who “let him go” from his role as a trainee manager after only four months. After a short career as a newspaper reporter he studied for a degree as a mature student, and then embarked on an extensive career in broadcasting, culminating in the role of director general of the BBC. Dyke accepted the FA position in July 2013, where he has overall responsibility for policy. Dyke was a director of Manchester United in the late nineties and assumed the role of non-executive chairman at Brentford in 2006.

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