MARK BULLINGHAM apologised unreservedly after a damning report highlighted the "collective failings" surrounding the Euro 2020 Final.
But the FA chief executive insisted it would not stop Wembley from hosting major finals as he vowed lessons would be learned from what Baroness Casey described as "a national day of shame".
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