- Clarke made series of inappropriate remarks to MPs
- ‘My unacceptable words were a disservice to game’
Greg Clarke has stepped down as chairman of the Football Association after making a series of inappropriate remarks in front of a parliamentary committee.
After an emergency meeting of the FA board, it was announced that Clarke would be leaving the position he has held since 2017 immediately. Clarke, 63, also holds a role as a vice-president at the international governing body Fifa.