Former BBC director general in-line for top FA post

Former BBC director general Greg Dyke is set to be named chairman of the Football Association.

Former BBC director general Greg Dyke is set to be named chairman of the Football Association.

Dyke, who must stand down as Brentford chairman to take on the role, will take over from David Bernstein in July, subject to approval by the FA council.

"I am very excited to take on this role with the FA. Football has always been a big part of my life," said Dyke.

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