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Alex Horne

About Alex Horne

Alex Horne is the Chief Operating Office of the Football Association (FA). He is made the new acting-chief of the Alex Horne appointed following the resignation of Ian Watmore. Reports say Horne will be in the position at the World Cup in South Africa and could keep the job until after FIFA's decision on whether the 2018 World Cup will come to England, which is due at the beginning of December 2010. If Horne performs well, he is likely to be given the role full-time.

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