Football Association chairman Greg Clarke and the other eight European members of the FIFA Council voted against Australia and New Zealand to host the 2023 Women’s World Cup on Thursday despite it rating as by far the best technical bid.
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An expert group has been set up to investigate whether concussion substitutes could be introduced to football.
Football Association chairman Greg Clarke hopes concussion substitutes are introduced to the game “as quickly as possible” in the wake of a report which found a higher incidence of neurodegenerative disease among former footballers than in the general population.
British football chiefs are meeting their Irish counterparts in Rome on Friday to discuss their potential joint bid for the 2030 World Cup, with a stadium shortlist being high on the agenda.
Martin Glenn has resigned as chief executive of the Football Association.
Lord Ouseley, founder of the campaign group Kick it Out, says racism in football needs to be dealt with “at the top” following the alleged abuse of Raheem Sterling.
Greg Stewart could be the answer to Scotland’s striking crisis, according to the frontman’s Kilmarnock colleague Gary Dicker.
The Football Association has paid Eni Aluko the £40,000 it was withholding after a dispute…
Football Association chairman Greg Clarke has admitted the governing body has “lost the trust of…
There was further criticism for the embattled senior figures at the head of the Football…