• Taylor will go once review completed and successor found
• PFA chairman Ben Purkiss will also leave his post
Gordon Taylor will remain as chief executive of the Professional Footballers’ Association for the foreseeable future despite announcing that he is to end a tenure that began in 1981.
Taylor told the union’s AGM on Wednesday that he is to step down but it was agreed he would go only after an independent review into the PFA has been completed, his successor appointed and he has overseen a “controlled transition period” with his replacement.
Source: Football News
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