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Category: The FA

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United and City dispute the blame for Manchester derby tunnel bust-up

• Both clubs have until 6pm on Wednesday to provide an account of the fracas• Clubs dispute roles played by Romelu Lukaku and Vincent KompanyManchester United and Manchester City are at loggerheads regarding the scuffle in the Old Trafford tunnel on Su…

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Wembley handed four more Euro 2020 matches as Wales misses out

• Uefa reallocates group stage and last-16 match after Brussels pulled out • Rome’s Stadio Olimpico to host opening game of tournamentLondon will host seven games during Euro 2020 after Uefa handed the four fixtures scheduled for Brussels to Wembley on…

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After evidence of bullying at Aston Villa’s academy, why has the FA gone silent?

The FA was asked to investigate evidence of bullying by Villa’s youth coach Kevin MacDonald and told of a toxic culture, denied by the club. Months later the key personnel remain in place and a player who suffered ‘hell’ waits for answersIn February th…

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FA’s Greg Clarke to embark on global tour with 2030 World Cup in mind

• FA chairman Greg Clarke looking to build bridges in Africa and Asia• World Cup tournament in 13 years’ time will have 48 teamsThe chairman of the Football Association is to embark on a worldwide tour of other Fifa member countries on a charm offensiv…

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Southgate’s job safe whatever the results in Russia, says FA’s Martin Glenn

• Chief executive says FA has ‘realistic’ World Cup expectations• 2018 finals seen as staging post for ‘sustainable’ team developmentGareth Southgate has been told he will keep his job even if England lose all their group stage matches at Russia 2018, …

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FA hiding the fair-play table shows lack of respect for own campaign | Daniel Taylor

How can the governing body expect behaviour to improve if it will not publish the fair-play table and allow us to see which clubs are punished in it for their treatment of officials?The news came via a press release from Burnley’s media department. “Bu…

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FA and PFA set up study into football’s possible links with dementia

• Glasgow-based doctors to compare former players with general population• Cases of Jeff Astle and England 1966 winners raised concerns about headingA Glasgow-based research team will investigate whether former footballers are more likely to suffer fro…

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Oumar Niasse charged with diving after earning Everton penalty against Palace

• Striker won the controversial spot kick against Crystal Palace on Saturday• Premier League player yet to be hit with a retrospective ban for divingEverton striker Oumar Niasse has been charged with simulation by the Football Association after he won …

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Sports minister urges FA to bring in Eni Aluko and help it reform

• Sports minister says Football Association must learn lessons from case• Crouch gives under-fire FA chairman Greg Clarke her qualified backingThe sports minister Tracey Crouch has urged the Football Association to take up Eni Aluko’s offer to help it …

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Watford’s Troy Deeney charged by FA over clash with Stoke’s Joe Allen

• Deeney charged with violent conduct and facing three-game ban• Striker grabbed Allen’s face during Stoke’s win at Watford on SaturdayThe Watford striker Troy Deeney has been charged with violent conduct for grabbing the face of Stoke’s Joe Allen, the…

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England’s under-17s: ‘We can show we are as good as anyone’

Following their World Cup victory over Spain, the young team’s future is generating real excitement in the game“The future is bright,” tweeted the former England striker Gary Lineker and his view was shared by many. Related: How Howard Wilkinson set En…

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England’s under-17s: ‘We can show we are as good as anyone’

Following their World Cup victory over Spain, the young team’s future is generating real excitement in the game“The future is bright,” tweeted the former England striker Gary Lineker and his view was shared by many. Related: How Howard Wilkinson set En…

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England’s under-17s: ‘We can show we are as good as anyone’

Following their World Cup victory over Spain, the young team’s future is generating real excitement in the game“The future is bright,” tweeted the former England striker Gary Lineker and his view was shared by many. Related: How Howard Wilkinson set En…

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England’s diverse side ready to make statement in under-17 World Cup final

On the eve of facing Spain Lord Ouseley rejoices that players from BAME backgrounds are ‘now judged on whether they can play football and nothing else’About 100 words into Lord Ouseley’s latest statement on behalf of Kick It Out on Thursday questioning…

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FA backs down and pays Eni Aluko withheld £40,000 over Sampson dispute

• Governing body had agreed £80,000 settlement with former England striker • Aluko described decision to write statement as ‘bordering on blackmail’The Football Association has paid Eni Aluko the £40,000 it was withholding after a dispute over a tweet…

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FA chairman Greg Clarke admits organisation has lost trust of the public

• Clarke promises cultural review of St George’s Park at FA council meeting• Chairman’s vows come in wake of ‘brusing’ appearance at DCMS hearingGreg Clarke, the chairman of the Football Association, has admitted the governing body has “lost the trust …

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FA relies on its traditional approach to crisis – ‘If we lie low, this will go away’ | Marina Hyde

After their Dunning-Kruger kabuki performance in front of the culture media and sport select committee, the FA’s top brass are now keeping their heads downTry not to allow yourself to be encouraged by the fact that former FA board member Heather Rabbat…

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Dan Ashworth position at FA ‘untenable’, says Dame Heather Rabbatts

• Former FA director says technical director Ashworth should go• Ashworth is set to lead the search for Mark Sampson’s successorDan Ashworth’s position as technical director of the Football Association is “untenable”, according to former FA board membe…

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Said & Done: ‘He has difficulty judging boundaries when engaging in banter’

The week in football – also featuring: Shahid Khan, Leicester and how to say sorry Martin Glenn – happy with the FA’s last 17 months. “I believe we handled this case with decency and openness … The spirit in which we approached Eni’s concerns has been …

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Jill Scott defies criticism of England players’ hugs for Mark Sampson

• ‘I don’t like it when our integrity is questioned,’ says midfielder• Eni Aluko had expressed disappointment over playersJill Scott believes England’s players should not be condemned for having embraced their former manager Mark Sampson on the touchli…