SUPPORTERS who take pyrotechnics into football grounds were yesterday warned that they face a minimum three-season ban as well as criminal charges.
All 72 Football League member clubs have signed up to a new Chairman’s Charter which aims to put an end to the dangerous use of...
Saturday 4th Nov 2017
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Money from Community Shield to help those affected
Saturday 24th Jun 2017
The Football Association will not scrap FA Cup third-round replays or move the competition to midweek, the Star understands.
The growing influence of the Champions League and Premier League has seen the FA Cup’s importance fade over the years.
The competition, won last...
Friday 16th Jun 2017
Government demanded a change after no confidence vote
Tuesday 4th Apr 2017
FA chair claims it it is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to make football a better sport
Tuesday 7th Mar 2017
Brain injury charities demand answers from the FA
Saturday 18th Feb 2017
Football Association chairman Greg Clarke insisted yesterday that his organisation remains committed to reform despite being hit with a vote of no confidence from Parliament.
The FA has faced repeated criticism its board is failing to reflect and represent the diversity of the game and...
Saturday 11th Feb 2017
The Football Association received a vote of no confidence from MPs yesterday, amid calls for the government to introduce laws to force it to reform.
Senior Conservative Damian Collins suggested ministers should intervene to overhaul English football’s governing body because...
Friday 10th Feb 2017
Football Association (FA) chair Greg Clarke has issued an ultimatum to the government ahead of today’s debate: back my proposals or I quit.
MPs will debate a motion of “no confidence” in the FA’s ability to reform itself and meet its duties as a governing body,...
Thursday 9th Feb 2017
posted by Kadeem Simmonds in Sport
New law could force out-of-touch football bosses to shape up
Saturday 4th Feb 2017