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Let the best stay but get rid of mediocre foreigners: FA chief
Let the best stay but get rid of mediocre foreigners: FA chief

Greg Dyke, chairman of England`s Football Association, has called for mediocre foreign players to be prevented from playing in English leagues at the detriment to local players.

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.

Cardiff urge managers` boss to quit over Mackay statement

Cardiff City have called on League Managers` Association chief executive Richard Bevan to resign, saying his position was "untenable" following a statement the LMA released on behalf of their former manager Malky Mackay.

Managers` association sorry for Malky Mackay statement

ngland`s League Managers` Association apologised Friday for a statement it issued on behalf of former Cardiff manager Malky Mackay, saying the wording was "inappropriate and has been perceived to trivialise matters of a racist, sexist or homophobic nature".

Managers` association sorry for Mackay statement

England`s League Managers` Association apologised Friday for a statement it issued on behalf of former Cardiff manager Malky Mackay, saying the wording was "inappropriate and has been perceived to trivialise matters of a racist, sexist or homophobic nature".

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.

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.

Rodgers, Pulis honoured with managerial awards

Liverpool`s Brendan Rodgers was named the League Managers Association`s (LMA) `Manager of the Year` on Monday after he helped lift the Merseyside club out of the doldrums and took them to the brink of the Premier League championship.

Review may suggest moving technical area after headbutt

The English League Managers Association is studying whether the positioning of football`s technical area could be improved in order to minimise incidents like the one in which Newcastle United`s manager Alan Pardew headbutted a Hull City player, chief executive Richard Bevan said on Sunday.

Ferguson says slams diving in football

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has claimed players who dive on football pitches are setting bad example for young players, and added that simulation is against the spirit of gamesmanship.