Tag Archives: The Football Association

19Oct/17

FA under fire from MPs after apologies to women players

FA Chief Executive Martin Glenn apologises to Eniola Aluko and Drew Spence after a report concluded the players were subject to discriminatory remarks by their former manager.
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21Feb/17

Pie-eating Sutton player quits in tears

Wayne Shaw resigned after Gambling Commission and Football Association started investigating bets on his pie-eating during FA Cup match
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09Feb/17

UK Parliament delivers no confidence vote in FA

UK Parliament passes vote of no confidence in English FA, says they must be open to reform

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05Dec/16

Launch of support group for soccer abused

A new support group for soccer players abused as youngsters is formed by three former professionals.
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29Nov/16

Chelsea announces investigation of former employee

Chelsea retains services of independent law firm to investigate an employee of the club in the 1970s, who has since died.

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27Nov/16
Gresty Road, the long-term home of Crewe Alexandra

More British footballers speak out in sex abuse allegations

More English football players talk about their sexual abuse experiences as young boys, with one accusing clubs of covering up a paedophile ring.

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28Sep/16

Newspaper headlines react to England sacking Sam Allardyce

The British newspapers react to Sam Allardyce who was sacked as England manager having behaved “inappropriately” when seeking a lucrative sideline role while talking to undercover reporters.

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