Leeds’ teenage midfielder Jordan Stevens has been charged by the Football Association for breaching its betting rules.
Sheffield Wednesday striker Fernando Forestieri said he was “devastated and disappointed” after being handed a six-match ban by the Football Association’s independent regulatory commission for using racist language.
The Football Association has confirmed it is reviewing its minimum ban for cases involving discrimination but former England striker Les Ferdinand believes racism in the game will not be tackled without more diversity in leadership positions.
Troy Townsend believes Kick It Out’s latest report on the amount of racism and other types of discriminatory abuse in football is only the tip of the iceberg, particularly at the grassroots level.
Former Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has been handed a two-week suspension from football and a £75,000 fine for breaching betting regulations, the Football Association has announced.
England manager Phil Neville has backed the idea of letting the Premier League run the Women’s Super League, instead of the Football Association.
Paul Scholes insists he made a “genuine mistake” in breaching Football Association betting rules while co-owner and director at Salford.
Paul Scholes has been fined £8,000 by the Football Association after accepting a charge of breaching betting rules.
The Football Association’s head of security has been disappointed and embarrassed by the fan disturbances involving some England supporters in Portugal.
The Football Association has called the fans involved in disturbances in Porto an “embarrassment” to the England team.
Huddersfield’s prospective new owner Phil Hodgkinson has admitted a misconduct charge for betting on matches and been fined £1,500 by the Football Association.