In a landmark decision that will have impact on football across England, a joint decision of the FA, Premier League, English Football League, Professional Footballers’ Association and the League Managers Association has limited the number of “high-powered” headers in training […]
The English Football Association (FA) is on course to create history as they appoint Debbie Hewitt as the first-ever female chair since its inception 157 years ago. The FA, formed in 1863, has taken the decision to become more inclusive […]
Lucy Bronze might just be the new face of Women’s football in England and lead the golden generation after it was announced that a record £24 million TV deal has been signed by the Barclays FA Women’s Super League (WSL) […]
Football clubs have stepped up efforts in recent weeks to tackle the cesspool of racism that is social media. Swansea City announced a week-long boycott of social media platforms, which was followed by Birmingham City and Rangers. Arsenal and France […]
The English Football League (EFL) has released a statement regarding matches that will clash with Prince Philip’s funeral. The royal’s funeral is scheduled for 17th April at 3pm British Standard Time (BST) after Prince Philip passed away on 9th April. […]
Watford FC club captain and legend Troy Deeney has been charged with violent conduct after grabbing Stoke star Joe Allen’s face at the weekend. The FA have decided to take action after video footage showed the striker wrapping his hands […]
Jose Mourinho has hinted that the FA has singled him out whereas they adopted a lenient stance on Wenger.
Crystal Palace announced that former England head coach Sam Allardyce has been named as their new manager on a two and half year contract.
Chelsea skipper John Terry has already started coaching badges and will join Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard in the role.
The FA is set to start an investigation into the 30-man injury time brawl between Manchester City and Chelsea brawl including Fabregas’ role.
Mourinho has hit back at the FA and accused them of singling him out following his latest touchline ban.
Ex-Chelsea star Gary Johnson has stepped forward to talk about how the club paid him £50,000 to keep shut on sexual abuse.