Truce International, the charity launched by Sven-Goran Eriksson and his then partner Nancy Dell'Olio, are remaining tight-lipped about the former couple's roles within the organisation.
The pair launched Truce in September last year to promote "peace through the passion for football".
But Eriksson's off-field passions with FA secretary Faria Alam have placed a question mark over who is now heading up the charity.
Truce, which is based overseas, but has an office in London, refused to discuss how the split had affected either of the pair's roles within the organisation.
A spokesman said that the charity would continue, but declined to answer any questions about Eriksson or Dell'Olio. No one at Protocol Multimedia Talent, the company handling Truce's publicity, was available for comment.