Hoon and Glick look for positions at the Football League

Last updated : 22 January 2010 By Rams Mad Editor

Geoff Hoon
Geoff may be the next Chairman of the Football League as Lord Mawhinny leaves the post in March
Life-long Rams fan Geoff Hoon is leading the chase to be the next Executive Chairman of the Football League. Hoon was born in Derby in 1953, making him a youthful 56 years of age.

The former Secretary of State for Transport, Defence, leader of the House of Commons and current MP for Ashfield is now looking for the prestigious football post after a failed leadership challenge against Prime Minister Gordon Brown.

Tom Glick
Tom Glick waits on a vote for the job of Director of the Football League
The post of Chairman of the Football League is open after March when Lord Mawhinny stands down after several successful years in the job.

The Rams could also have further representation as Tom Glick, CEO of Derby County looks to be voted into the Director of the Football League position. A vote is to be held by members of the Championships members will determine if Glick gets the job vacated by Terry Robinson...