Former Television boss Greg Dyke has been named as the new Chairman of the Football Association.
Dyke, who is the current Chairman of Brentford FC, will take up his new role in July , replacing David Bernstein
The appointment is subject to the approval of the FA council.
Dyke said to the Football League website: "Obviously as chairman of the FA it is imperative that I am neutral so that means giving up my current role as chairman of Brentford, which I will miss.
"However, I shall be staying on until the end of the season.
"As I leave I would like to pay tribute to everyone at Brentford, the staff, the players and manager and particularly the fans. I hope their loyalty is rewarded with promotion, it deserves to be.
"I am very excited to take on this role with the FA."
Source: Coventry MAD