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  • EPL to punish divers

    Players will face a two-match retrospective ban for diving from the start of next season after the English Football Association (FA) approved a new rule to combat simulation in an annual general meeting yesterday.

  • David Moyes charged by FA over 'slap' comment

    Sunderland manager David Moyes has been charged by the English Football Association for telling a reporter that she "might get a slap even though you're a woman" during an interview after his side's goalless Premier League draw against Burnley in March.

  • Liverpool investigated for approach on academy prospect

    Liverpool is under investigation by the Premier League over allegations it breached rules governing the transfer of youth players in a failed attempt to recruit a schoolboy from Stoke City, according to reports in the British media.

  • Manchester City charged with failing to control players: FA

    Manchester City face a charge of failing to control their players by the Football Association for their surrounding the referee Michael Oliver when he awarded a penalty in the 1-1 draw with Liverpool on Sunday.

  • Manchester City

    Guardiola seeks FA Cup lift

    A potential FA Cup banana skin awaits Pep Guardiola as he takes his inconsistent Manchester City team to Crystal Palace in the fourth round on Saturday.

  • Barton charged with betting

    Controversial footballer Joey Barton is alleged to have placed over 1000 football bets over a ten-year period and has been charged with misconduct by the Football Association.

  • Chelsea broke no rules in handling abuse allegations

    Chelsea did not break Premier League rules in failing to report allegations of historical sex abuse made by their former player Gary Johnson in 2014, a statement from English soccer's top division said.

  • Man City, Chelsea charged

    Manchester City and Chelsea have been charged with failing to control their players during Saturday's Premier League match, the FA said on Monday.

  • Aguero given 4-match ban

    Sergio Aguero's four-match suspension has been confirmed by the Football Association following his dismissal in Manchester City's loss to Chelsea.

  • FA against foreign coach

    The Football Association may be reluctant to hire a foreigner as Sam Allardyce's replacement as full-time England manager based on previous painful experiences, FA chief executive Martin Glenn told the BBC on Wednesday.

  • Argentine FA hope for Messi U-turn

    The acting head of Argentina's FA, Armando Perez, will travel to Spain to try and convince star striker Lionel Messi to reconsider his international retirement.

  • Bruce in the race for England job

    Steve Bruce is definitely a runner in the race to be England football manager as several media outlets reported Tuesday the Hull City coach had held talks with the Football Association.

  • Violence mars England’s Euro 2016 opener

    A number of British people are in hospital in France, the UK's ambassador has said following a series of clashes between football fans in Marseille.