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West Ham faces FA probe after fans mar Burnley loss
West Ham faces a Football Association probe after the troubled club's owners David Gold and David Sullivan were forced to flee their seats when furious fans ran riot at the London Stadium.
FA charges Guardiola over Catalonia yellow ribbon
Manchester City’s manager, Pep Guardiola, was charged by the Football Association for wearing a political message.
FA to use ‘Rooney rule’ for England roles
The Football Association will interview at least one applicant from a Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) background for future roles in the England setup.
FA bans two fans for life
The Football Association has issued lifetime bans to England fans for the first time after two supporters' club members made Nazi gestures in Germany.
Wenger’s fate to be decided after FA Cup final
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says his future at the club will be decided at a board meeting after the FA Cup final on May 27.
FA to ban for simulation
Players who dive in English football will face bans from next season under new Football Association regulations.
Conte targets the double
Chelsea need to win the FA Cup to turn a "great season" into a "fantastic" one after clinching the Premier League title, says manager Antonio Conte.
Wenger: FA Cup a ‘big priority’ for Arsenal
Arsene Wenger insisted the FA Cup is a "big priority" for Arsenal this season as he looks set to buck the growing trend by naming a strong side at Preston today.
FA 'close' to appointing new boss
The appointment of a new England manager is "getting close", says the Football Association's chief executive.
Gerrard set for FA talks over England coaching role
Steven Gerrard is expected to discuss an England coaching role with the FA, according to Sky sources.
FA: FIFA 'may not withstand another scandal'
FIFA could cease to exist if it is embroiled in another major scandal, according to English Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn.
FA dismisses Mourinho appeal
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho's appeal against a suspended one-match stadium ban and a £50,000 fine for post-match media comments made after the game against Southampton has been dismissed by the Football Association (FA).
Dyke: FIFA like soap opera under Blatter
Football Association chairman Greg Dyke says FIFA is “like a soap opera”, after president Sepp Blatter was questioned as part of a Swiss criminal inquiry.
Chelsea striker charged with violent conduct
Chelsea striker Diego Costa was charged with violent conduct by the Football Association after his side’s 2-0 win over Arsenal on Saturday.
LVG denies misconduct charge, requests FA hearing
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal denied a charge of misconduct in relation to media comments and requested a personal hearing on a date to be confirmed.
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