The 13 judges.
The chairman of the board has been an FA councillor since 1973 and is also on the FA's disciplinary committee.
Devon's FA representative was the first to break ranks on this matter when he told The Guardian that the organisation had been made to "look like idiots" in their handling of the Eriksson affair.
One of two vice-chairmen, Kiddell has been Norfolk's FA representative for the last 24 years.
Chairman of Bolton who was elected to the board in the summer. Also a member of the FA Challenge Cup committee.
Arsenal's vice-chairman holds the same title with the FA. A member of the international committee, Dein was instrumental in Eriksson being appointed in the first place.
Forthright Southampton chairman who has been on the FA board since 2003.
Gloucestershire's FA representative for nine years.
Chairman of the Premier League and former chairman of Sheffield Wednesday. Has served on the FA council for 10 years.
East Riding's FA representative since 1989.
Chairman of Ipswich and former chairman of the Football League. Member of the FA board since 2003 and a member of the international committee.
The FA county member for Dorset since 1988. Also sits on the disciplinary committee.
Chairman of Colchester and a board member for six years. Also sits on the disciplinary committee.
Kent's FA representative for 20 years and chairman of the disciplinary committee which handed down an eight-month ban to Rio Ferdinand for missing a drugs test.
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|Publication:||The Journal (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||Jul 29, 2004|
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