Lord Mawhinney has resigned his position on the twelve man (they'll probably all be men) Main Board of the Football Association to concentrate on his role as Football League Chairman and the planned reforms for 2009 (see 8th July).
The Main Board comprises the non-executive directors of the F.A., with five representatives from the National Game, three from the Premier League and two from the Football League joining the F.A. Chairman, Lord Triesman, and Chief Executive, Brian Barwick. Mawhinney will be replaced by Norwich City Chief Executive Neil Doncaster, who joins David Sheepshanks of Ipswich Town to represent the Football League.
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