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
Friday 9th Dec 2016
by Tashan Deniran-Alleyne
at the London Stadium
It wasn’t convincing by any stretch of the imagination but West Ham United’s last-gasp victory in the League Cup third round against Accrington Stanley on Wednesday night might just prove to be the result that...
Friday 23rd Sep 2016
Football League’s plans ‘wrong direction’ that shows power of big money
Thursday 30th Jun 2016
Premier League academy teams will be allowed to play in the English Football League Trophy next season after radical plans to revamp the competition were announced yesterday.
The news was released 24 hours before England’s opening Euro 2016 game, with it being seen as an attempt...
Saturday 11th Jun 2016
THE rebranding of the Football League to the English Football League from next season was blasted as an “insult” to Welsh teams and a waste of money yesterday.
The governing body announced the changes on Thursday, which will come into effect for the start of the 2016-17...
Saturday 14th Nov 2015
Saturday 31st Oct 2015
Cellino fails Football League’s owners’ and directors’ test on the day he sacks manager and appoints fellow tax-dodger Steve Evans
Tuesday 20th Oct 2015
LEEDS owner Massimo Cellino was found guilty in an Italian court yesterday of tax evasion and fined €40,000, according to reports in Sardinia.
Cellino has been convicted for failing to pay VAT on an imported Range Rover in a court in Cagliari.
The 58-year-old, who recently...
Wednesday 24th Jun 2015
Kick It Out hails Rooney Rule introduction as historic
Saturday 6th Jun 2015