Rio Ferdinand charged by FA over Twitter comment
Rio Ferdinand charged by FA over Twitter comment

Queens Park Rangers defender Rio Ferdinand has been charged with misconduct over a comment he made on Twitter, the Football Association announced on Tuesday.

Spurs defender Benoit Assou-Ekotto gets three-game ban over 'quenelle' post
Spurs defender Benoit Assou-Ekotto gets three-game ban over 'quenelle' post

Tottenham Hotspur left-back Benoit Assou-Ekotto, has been banned for three matches and fined after being found guilty of improper conduct in relation to the Nicolas Anelka "quenelle" incident. The 30-year old who is currently in loan at Queens Park Rangers, has also been ordered to pay GBP 50,000 fine by the Football Association (FA) for making a comment on social media.

Hull City owner puts Premier League club up for sale
Hull City owner puts Premier League club up for sale

Hull City owner Assem Allam has put the Premier League club up for sale, the businessman said on Thursday.

English Football Association face legal action over Premier League chief sexism row: Report
English Football Association face legal action over Premier League chief sexism row: Report

The former personal assistant to English Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore has launched legal action against the Football Association over its failure to investigate his sexist e-mails, Britain`s Channel Four television news reported Tuesday.

FA issues corruption warning: report

Several players suspected of links to match-fixing within English football have been warned to report any suspicious activity to the Football Association or face punishment, Britain`s Mail on Sunday reported.

Malky Mackay used racial slur to describe Cardiff owner Tan, says report

Former Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay allegedly called the club`s Malaysian owner Vincent Tan a "chink" in a text message, the Daily Mail newspaper reported Saturday.

Malky Mackay blasts `misleading reports` over `regrettable` texts

Malky Mackay is "very concerned about seriously inaccurate and misleading reports" in the British media, and will co-operate with any Football Association investigation, a statement issued on his behalf said Thursday.

Zimbabwe soccer coach resigns citing unpaid salaries

Ian Gorowa has resigned as coach of Zimbabwe citing differences with the country`s football association and the non-payment of his salary for seven months.

FA tightens rules on head injuries

Players losing consciousness or suffering concussion will not be allowed to play on next season after the Football Association set out strict guidelines on Tuesday regarding head injuries.

FA too white and too male and it must change, says Dyke

"Overwhelmingly male and overwhelmingly white" Football Association chairman Greg Dyke said of his own organisation on Saturday, saying the governing body must change.

Uruguay football chief says not enough proof against Suarez

Uruguay Football Association chief Wilmar Valdez said Wednesday there is insufficient proof to sanction star striker Luiz Suarez for biting an Italian defender.

England FA to impose worldwide betting ban on English footballers

The Football Association has announced plans to impose a global betting ban on all professional footballers in England from next season.

Premier League chief `contrite` over sexist emails

English Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore spoke of his "sincere contrition" after it was announced Monday he wouldn`t lose his job for sending sexist emails.

Premier League to consider Scudamore sexism case

The English Premier League is to hold a meeting Monday where it will discuss the conduct of a chief executive caught up in a sexism row.

City team `pretty depressing`: FA chairman

The lack of English players in Manchester City`s first-choice team is "pretty depressing", according to Football Association chairman Greg Dyke.

Mourinho fined over referee comments

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been fined 10,000 pounds ($17,000) after sarcastically praising the match referee and English referees` chief following a key Premier League defeat last month, the FA said on Thursday.

Mourinho denies FA misconduct charge

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho denied on Monday a Football Association (FA) charge of misconduct and requested a non-personal hearing in relation to comments made after his side`s shock defeat against Sunderland on April 19.

Mourinho, Faria, Ramires charged by FA

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, assistant Rui Faria and midfielder Ramires have been charged over their behaviour during their side`s loss to Sunderland last weekend, the Football Association announced on Wednesday.

British PM slams England World Cup kit as `too expensive`

The British Prime Minister David Cameron has reportedly slammed England`s new World Cup kit as ` too expensive` and called on sportswear giant Nike to rethink its pricing policy.

Seven English players arrested for match-fixing

Seven players from Football League clubs in north-west England have been arrested in connection with alleged match-fixing in football matches.