The governing bodies are united in their commitment to getting the 2019-20 campaign finished, adding that the FA board had agreed to extend indefinitely the season end date.
So much was so different about English football when a 33-year-old Mick McCarthy agreed to step into the breach as player-manager in the wake of Bruce Rioch’s departure from Millwall back in March of 1992, writes Brendan O’Brien.
Antonio Conte has insisted his feud with Jose Mourinho is personal and that no one should intervene.
The head of Britain's Professional Footballers' Association has revealed more than 20 players have come forward with allegations of historical child sex abuse.
The Daily Telegraph has also defended its journalism.
Former Liverpool striker Kevin Keegan believes Brendan Rodgers was misguided in thinking youngster Raheem Sterling could help fill the void left by Luis Suarez.
Mediocre players from overseas are taking places in club squads that should be going to young English players, Football Association chairman Greg Dyke has claimed.
Malky Mackay issued a grovelling apology on Friday evening and vowed he would salvage his career – but hours later faced fresh allegations in the text message scandal.
Cardiff have called for League Managers’ Association chief executive Richard Bevan to resign following his organisation’s defence of Malky Mackay’s use of racist texts as ’friendly banter’.
QPR manager Harry Redknapp offered a bizarre defence of under-fire former Cardiff manager Malky Mackay, saying: “He hasn’t murdered anyone, he hasn’t raped anyone and he is not a paedophile.”
Former England striker Stan Collymore has described the League Managers’ Association’s statement which says Malky Mackay’s offensive text messages were part of some “friendly banter” as being “f****** disgraceful”.
Malky Mackay has apologised for sending text messages he admits were ”disrespectful of other cultures” – but claims they were ”part of friendly text banter”.
Malky Mackay is ”very concerned about seriously inaccurate and misleading reports” in the media and has said he will fully co-operate with any Football Association investigation.
Tougher new rules on dealing with head injuries have been announced for the new season after a number of controversies surrounding players staying on the pitch despite having suffered from concussion.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers was named the League Managers’ Association Manager of the Year on Monday night.
Manchester United have hit back at claims they handled David Moyes' dismissal in an "unprofessional" manner.
David Moyes thanked pretty much everyone at Manchester United bar his former players when he spoke publicly about his dismissal for the first time.
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has said he never had any intention of mounting an appeal against the Football Association’s punishment following his headbutt on Hull’s David Meyler earlier this month.
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew will not face the sack over his headbutt on Hull midfielder David Meyler.
Cardiff have claimed that ”imprudent and careless management” has cost them ”in excess” of £8.5m over their signing of unsuccessful striker Andreas Cornelius.
Leeds performed an astonishing U-turn today by announcing that Brian McDermott had not been sacked and remained their first-team manager.
Manchester United manager David Moyes feels he is blessed to have worked for three clubs who are not part of the "hiring and firing" culture.
Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed he was convinced Manchester United would regain the Premier League title from their local rivals on the very day they lost out last year.
Jose Mourinho last night moved a step closer to a return to Chelsea after Real Madrid president Florentino Perez confirmed the Portuguese will leave the club at the end of the season.
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini claims it has been an honour to compete against Sir Alex Ferguson – the best manager of his generation – over the past three years.
Former Ireland soccer star David O’Leary has won a £3.4m (€4m) compensation claim against Dubai-based club Al Ahli.
Former Republic of Ireland defender David O’Leary has won a $5.2m (€4m) compensation claim against Dubai-based club Al Ahli.
Football’s attitude to sacking managers is “arrogant” and the statistics on dismissals are “embarrassing”, the League Managers’ Association claimed today.
Clubs will face sanctions for failing to deal with racism by players, coaches or their fans, under football’s new anti-discrimination drive.
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson insists the general philosophy of management has not changed in his 38 years as a boss – you still need to win football matches.
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has come under attack from the head of the League Managers’ Association for his record of sacking managers and demand for instant success.
David O’Leary has asked FIFA to intervene in a contract dispute with his former club Al Ahli.
PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor has branded Luis Suarez’s conduct at Old Trafford yesterday as “disrespectful, inappropriate and embarrassing”.
Former Liverpool and Everton defender Gary Ablett has died after a long battle against cancer, the League Managers Association said today. He was 46.
EVERTON manager David Moyes has hit out at the “disgusting” treatment of Blackburn counterpart Steve Kean by his own supporters.
Blackburn manager Steve Kean has received the full backing of the League Managers’ Association, who have released a strongly-worded statement condemning the unprecedented attacks on the Scot from his own fans at Ewood Park last night.
Some foreign owners of Premier League clubs want to scrap relegation and promotion to the top flight, according to League Managers' Association chief executive Richard Bevan.
ALMOST £100 million was spent by Barclays Premier League and Football League clubs on changing managers last season, the League Managers’ Association (LMA) has revealed.
Ruud Gullit has denied that a rift with Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov prompted his departure from Russian Premier League side Terek Grozny earlier this month.
Birmingham have accused Aston Villa of “tapping up” Alex McLeish and intend to make a formal complaint against their local rivals.
Alex McLeish quit Birmingham because he was not consulted properly over transfers and after his chief scout was sacked, according to the League Managers’ Association.
Martin O’Neill wants to return to management after settling his dispute with Aston Villa following his abrupt departure from the midlands club last August.
PORTO president Pinto da Costa is convinced Andre Villas-Boas would reject any approach from Chelsea — despite the highly-rated coach having a release clause of just €15 million.
Porto president Pinto da Costa is convinced Andre Villas-Boas would reject any approach from Chelsea – despite the highly-rated coach having a release clause of just €15m.
ALEX FERGUSON admits he feels for the managers who find themselves right in the spotlight after a torrid month for the men in charge.
THERE were two managerial casualties in the Championship yesterday as Brian Laws stepped down as the manager of Burnley at the request of chairman Barry Kilby just hours before Preston sacked Darren Ferguson.
BLACKBURN club captain Ryan Nelsen last night said he was“devastated” for Sam Allardyce after the manager’s shock sacking.
THE football word last night condemned Newcastle’s decision to sack manager Chris Hughton amid speculation Martin Jol will become the next Magpies manager after he left his post as Ajax boss by mutual consent.
CHELSEA have avoided a lengthy legal wrangle by agreeing compensation with Ray Wilkins less than three weeks after controversially axing him.
Ray Wilkins and Chelsea today reached what both described as an "amicable" resolution regarding his controversial departure from the club.
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