The Football Association has announced that it is appointing a new lawyer to lead its review into allegations of child sexual abuse in the game after the number of claims spiralled.
In a statement it said that Clive Sheldon QC will take over in place of Kate Gallafent QC "in the light of the increased scope of the review".
The FA initially appointed Ms Gallafent to oversee an internal review into allegations of sex abuse by by former players.
That is now been widened to what is expected to become a wide-ranging inquiry after hundreds came forward with information or allegations.
The FA said that Ms Gallafent was replaced as the lead as the increased scope meant it clashed with other work she had already taken on.