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Football Association’s Swarbrick looks for silver lining in “tough” 2021

Photo of Kathryn Swarbrick courtesy of The FA

Matthew Glendinning talks to Kathryn Swarbrick, the FA’s commercial and marketing director, about what is on the horizon for English football's governing body as it continues to develop its brand strategy amid the pandemic.

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