PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor criticised as official accounts reveal £2.2m salary despite players' union only spending £100k on research for head injuries and concussion

PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor has come under scrutiny after official accounts revealed his staggering £2.2million salary despite a lack of funding into key areas such as head injuries and concussion. 
Taylor's pay has rocketed by a £1m over the last year and now equates to around £44,000 per week.
The 73-year-old was criticised on Monday after the accounts also showed where the PFA has spent its annual £17m grants budget.
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Source: Daily Mail

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