Last update: 06/29/20 12:40 pm
The Football Federation must cut 124 positions, its director general presenting the “irreversible” impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the national governing body.
The FA plans to make a loss of £ 300 million, and the organization’s CEO, Mark Bullingham, says he will now have to downsize.
“Today, we are proposing to cut 124 positions,” he said in a statement.
“Because we stopped recruiting the day we left office in March, we are able to remove 42 vacancies from the structure, which means that we are proposing to cut 82 positions from the organization.
“We recognize that this is an incredibly difficult time for the employees who have been affected by these proposals and we will do our utmost to support them during a consultation period, which will begin soon.”