Mixed response to FA chief's 2022 World Cup win target

There has been a mixed response from football journalists to the target set by new FA chairman Greg Dyke for England to reach the Euro 2020 semi finals and win the 2022 World Cup:

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Dyke has 4 years at FA before hits 70 so targets will be someone else's millstone. Unnecessary grandstanding in otherwise important speech

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@sistoney67 bet England fans are pleased to here they can forget about the next two

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Dyke's speech told us what we knew about #eng woes. What is radical is the FA has a chairman with the toughness to tackle the crisis

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Hodgson focusing on Brazil

England manager Roy Hodgson insists his target remains winning the World Cup in Brazil next year, after the national side were set a target of winning the 2022 competition by new Football Association chairman Greg Dyke.