FA deadlocked over management deal as chief executive Martin Glenn doesn't want third party to control England players commercially
The FA are facing two years of deadlock over their plans to take control of the commercial activities of the England players when on international duty.
Chief executive Martin Glenn has given notice to the Team England agents 1966 Entertainment that the FA will not be renewing their contract when it expires after the 2018 World Cup.
1966, under the control of David Beckham’s former personal manager Terry Byrne, have managed the England players for FA sponsorships and personal appearances for over a decade.
But the FA do not want to go through a third party to negotiate with the England... read more
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