Hugh Dallas has taken on a new role with the Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) in England.

Dallas, who previously served as the Scottish FA's Referee Development Officer before a recent stint with the Turkish Football Federation, will now join the organisation responsible for overseeing match officials in the Premier League and English Football League.

The move marks a significant transition for Dallas, who had a long and distinguished career as a referee before taking on administrative duties.

During his time with the Scottish FA, he played a key role in developing and overseeing the country's refereeing standards.

Dallas' new position with the PGMOL will see him work alongside managing director, Howard Webb, who also had a stellar career as a referee in the English top-flight.

Together, they will be tasked with ensuring the continued improvement and professionalism of match officials in the English game.

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The 66-year-old is currently serving as a referee supervisor at the UEFA Euro 2024 tournament.

However, he is anticipated to depart Germany earlier than planned to join the English match officials at a pre-season training session at the La Finca facility near Alicante, Spain.

In his latest role, Dallas could liaise with Scottish FA's new Head of Refereeing, Willie Collum.