“English football is facing a constitutional crisis. The Football Association seems to have once again forgotten that their role is to open their morning papers, search for a consensus among the chief correspondents’ views, and act accordingly. Failure to adhere to their wishes has led in the past to such disasters as England reaching three quarter-finals in a row. Sticking with the wisdom of Fleet Street yielded such riches as going out in the group stage at Euro 2000 followed by Kevin Keegan’s merciful resignation in the dressing room after the loss of one game in a qualifying campaign, and Steve McClaren getting to work for Radio 5 Live in June 2008.”
This is from F365. This article. Well said.