The Football Association’s independent director Heather Rabbatts is considering her position after being left “very frustrated” and “very disappointed” at the latest failed attempts to reform the English game’s governing body. Greg Dyke, the departing chairman, had hoped to push through reforms to ensure greater diversity, transparency and accountability for the FA council and its executive board before he leaves following the European Championship finals. However, his proposals were not even put to a vote after they were blocked by representatives of the so-called national game on the FA board, who feared their influence would be diluted.
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