Greg Dyke warned over refusal to return World Cup watch
Greg Dyke warned over refusal to return World Cup watch

English Football Association chairman Greg Dyke may be heading for troubled waters with soccer`s governing body over his refusal to return a $25,000 World Cup watch, a FIFA official has warned.

Malky Mackay sorry for `unacceptable` texts

Malky Mackay apologised Friday for "unacceptable" text messages sent while he was Cardiff boss after his former club called on the chief executive of England`s League Managers` Association, Richard Bevan, to resign over his handling of the affair.

Malky Mackay apologises for sending "disrespectful" messages

Former Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay sent text messages that were "disrespectful of other cultures", the League Managers Association (LMA) said in a statement on Thursday after he was ruled out of the running to take charge of Crystal Palace.

Roy Hodgson urges young English players to move abroad

England manager Roy Hodgson has urged his young international players to move abroad and enrich their football experience rather than sit on the substitutes` bench at Premier League clubs stacked full of overseas signings.

Palace move on from Malky Mackay amid FA investigation

Preferred candidate Malky Mackay is out of the running to take charge of Crystal Palace after the English Football Association (FA) opened an investigation into the conduct of the Scot during his time at Cardiff City, British media reported.

FA proposes complete betting ban for football matches worldwide

The English Football Association (FA) has reportedly proposed a complete ban on betting on any football match or competition anywhere in the world for any person involved in England`s top eight tiers.

Norwich and Newcastle fined for player fracas

Norwich City and Newcastle United have been fined 30,000 pounds and 20,000 pounds respectively after being found guilty of misconduct, the English Football Association said on Friday.

FA charge Anelka over `quenelle` salute

The English Football Association charged Nicolas Anelka on Tuesday for making a "quenelle" salute after scoring for West Bromwich Albion against West Ham United in the Premier League last month.

Hull owner will walk away if Tigers name not sanctioned

The owner of Hull City says he will quit if the English Football Association does not allow him to change the club`s name to Hull Tigers.

FA probing West Brom player`s `anti-Semitic` gesture during side`s PL draw

The English Football Association ( FA) is reportedly investigating France`s sports minister accusing West Bromwich Albion player Nicolas Anelka of making a `disgusting anti-Semitic` celebration during his side`s 3-3 draw at West Ham United in the Premier League.

Arsenal midfielder Wilshere given two-match ban

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere was banned for two matches by the English Football Association Thursday for making offensive gesture in a Premier League match.

Greg Dyke marks FA anniversary by pledging to fight racism

English Football Association chairman Greg Dyke marked the governing body`s 150th anniversary by pledging to help stamp out the evil of racism.

Ferdinand added to FA commission after diversity criticism

Manchester United`s Rio Ferdinand was added to a commission set up by the English Football Association to improve the national team on Sunday after it was criticised by an FA board member for lacking diversity.

FA set to vote for five-game racism ban proposal

Johannesburg: The English Football Association (FA) is due to vote on a proposal during their annual general meeting that vouches for the introduction of a minimum of five-match-ban for racial abuse, following recent cases of racism during games.

Ashley Cole available for England selection after apologising to FA chairman for Twitter rant

Ashley Cole will be available to play for England against San Marino on Friday evening after apologising to FA chairman David Bernstein for his foul-mouthed Twitter rant.

Ashley Cole charged over Twitter outburst

Chelsea defender Ashley Cole will face a Football Association charge after making a comment on Twitter which was judged to be "improper and/or brought the game into disrepute".

FA criticizes UK paper for poking fun at newly appointed manager Hodgson

The English Football Association has condemned a British newspaper front page, which poked fun at newly appointed England manager Roy Hodgson’s manner of speech, branding it as ‘unacceptable’.

Capello Index’ to cause further embarrassment for FA

The Football Association faces more embarrassment with former manager Fabio Capello set to publicly rate the England players’ performance at Euro 2012.

England-Netherlands football friendly in February

England will face the Netherlands in a football friendly at Wembley Stadium here Feb 29, the English Football Association has confirmed.

England can wear poppies on armbands, says FIFA

FIFA has agreed to let the England team wear embroidered poppies on their black armbands to mark Remembrance Day during Saturday`s friendly against Spain, the English Football Association (FA) said on Wednesday.