Arsenal vice-chairman David Dein has been voted off the Football Association board by the Premier League.
Dein came under fire in the hunt for the new England manager
Dein was voted out of office as one of the Premier League's four representatives in favour of Manchester United chief executive David Gill.
Gill said: "I am looking forward to working with my fellow board members."
Dein, who will continue to sit on the FA Council, has been criticised for his role in finding Sven-Goran Eriksson's successor as England coach.
Dein's removal also comes a day after it was revealed Arsenal could face an FA probe into payments made to Belgian club Beveren.
The Arsenal vice-chairman has established himself as one of the most important figures in the domestic game.
He was co-opted on to the selection panel to find a successor to Sven-Goran Eriksson, with Dein thought to be a prime mover in pushing the cause of Portugal's Brazilian coach Scolari.
Scolari rejected the FA's offer, prompting criticism from Middlesbrough chairman Steve Gibson.
Middlesbrough manager Steve McClaren's appointment to succeed Eriksson prompted Gibson to questioned why Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger had not been pursued more vigourously.
That in turn forced the FA to respond that Wenger stated categorically he did not want the job when approached by FA chief executive Brian Barwick.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho also claimed Dein's FA ties provided an unbalanced fixture list, with Arsenal having five Premiership games at home immediately following Champions League trips, while Chelsea played five away.
Gill, 48, is as influential at Old Trafford as Dein is at Arsenal.
As a vice-chairman of the elite G14 group and an FA council member, Gill has extensive experience of football administration beyond Old Trafford.
Gill will now work with the Premier League's other representatives; Dave Richards, Phil Gartside and Robert Coar, in promoting the league's interests on the FA board.
However, Dein will sit alongside Richards, Gartside and Gill on the less influential FA Council.