David Dein

David Dein

Chair: Stephen Bush

02/03/2023 7:00 pm
Kings Place, Hall 2

‘Without David Dein there wouldn’t have been a Premier League’ Greg Dyke

Part memoir, part inspirational meditation on leadership and teamwork, Calling the Shots: How to Win in Football and Life is the entertaining and eye-opening account of a remarkable career that changed football forever. David Dein was co-owner of Arsenal for 24 years, vice-chair of the Football Association and president of the G-14, receiving high admiration from sporting icons including Arsène Wenger, Sven-Göran Eriksson and Ian Wright, as well as an MBE for voluntary work in schools and prisons. In conversation with FT associate editor & columnist Stephen Bush.

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David Dein

David Dein MBE is the Ambassador for the Premier League and International Ambassador for the Football Association. He is the former co-owner and vice-chairman of Arsenal Football Club and former vice-chairman of the Football Association. Dein is also the founder of The Twinning Project. He spends much of his free time giving motivational speeches to schools and prisons in the UK and at football conferences globally. image cr Stuart MacFarlane

Stephen Bush

Stephen Bush is associate editor at the FT, where he writes their Inside Politics newsletter and a wide-ranging weekly column. Prior to that, he worked at the New Statesman, the i and Telegraph, and has written for the Times, the Mirror, the Nation, the New York Times, the Guardian and the Independent.

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