FA chairman Greg Clarke admits organisation has lost trust of the public

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Greg Clarke, the chairman of the Football Association, has admitted the governing body has “lost the trust of the public” and promised a “top to bottom” cultural review of the national football centre at St George’s Park.

Clarke’s frank assessment came in a 2,600-word speech to the FA council’s autumn meeting at Wembley on Thursday.

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