Premier League stars are unhappy with the four-member PFA panel tasked with appointing Gordon Taylor’s successor as chief executive, with concerns about a lack of football knowledge
- Gordon Taylor will step down from his position as chief executive after 39 years with PFA
- A four-member selection committee was appointed to select Taylor’s successor
- The PFA chose a racially diverse and balanced selection committee
- Of the four people, however, only one has experience in the football industry
Premier League stars are unhappy with the four-person selection panel appointed to select a replacement for PFA chief Gordon Taylor due to a lack of football knowledge.
The PFA responded to the players’ demands Sportsmailby choosing a racially diverse and balanced selection committee.
Of the four independent non-executive directors appointed earlier this week, only one has experience in the industry – Women in Football Chairman Ebru Koksal.
Gordon Taylor will step down as PFA executive director at the end of the ongoing campaign