Hughton backed to be first black England manager Albion boss Chris Hughton has been flagged up by FA chairman Greg Clarke as a candidate to become England’s first ever black manager. The Argus 1 week ago
Players should come out collectively - Clarke Football Association chairman Greg Clarke says he has spoken to gay players and suggests "synchronised" coming out announcements. BBC Sport 1 week ago
The English FA is to investigate alleged sexual abuse at soccer clubs, although chairman Greg Clarke says he doesn't know if historical abuse was covered up. Source: Sports Video Online - on November 29, 2016 The English FA is to investigate alleged sexual abuse at soccer clubs, although chairman Greg Clarke says he doesn't know if historical abuse was covered up. Source: Reuters - Sports - on November 29, 2016
FA chairman Greg Clarke keen to get conditions right for gay players to come out Football Association chairman Greg Clarke has spoken to gay footballers and suggested the idea of a group of players coming out together.Cla Sport.co.uk 1 week ago Also reported by • Football.co.uk
FA chief Greg Clarke urges gay stars to come out together after player talks FA chairman Greg Clarke says he has spoken to gay footballers about coming out. Clarke hopes several players could come out at the same time so the focus would not be on one person. MailOnline 1 week ago
Millwall v Charlton: Fans have more on their mind than a win In different circumstances, Charlton’s meeting with Millwall at The Den tonight could be a Sky Sports blockbuster capable of capturing the capital’s attention.
The “South London showdown”.. City A.M. on December 21, 2016 FA chairman Greg Clarke mending fences with FIFA after relations hit rock bottom under Greg Dyke CHARLES SALE - SPORTS AGENDA: The FA have decided to start afresh with FIFA after relations with world football’s governing body reached rock bottom under Greg Dyke. MailOnline on December 16, 2016
FA chief Greg Clarke hits back at former executives for launching attack in middle of child sex abuse crisis Five former FA chief executives said the 25 life presidents on the FA Council are 'all elderly white men who do not represent anyone but block even the most minor of changes' Independent on December 12, 2016 Clarke responds to 'intervention' Chairman Greg Clarke says the timing of calls for an FA reform is "ill-judged" but acknowledges the important questions. Sporting Life on December 12, 2016
Sports Minister blasts FA boss as MPs call for end to homophobic ‘banter’ Sports Minister Tracey crouch has refuted FA boss Greg Clarke in a debate on football homophobia. PinkNews on December 1, 2016 Avon and Somerset Police investigating sexual abuse in football Avon and Somerset Police are investigating claims of sexual abuse in football.It is one of 11 forces across the country investigating claims, with more than 20 former professional footballers having.. Bath Chronicle on November 30, 2016
Greg Clarke: FA will deal with legal consequences of sex abuse allegations The Football Association has promised it will compensate players who were sexually abused if the governing body is found. Football.co.uk on November 29, 2016 Clarke defends FA's response to child sex abuse scandal Football Association chiefs have defended their handling of revelations of wide-ranging child abuse in the English game.
Chairman Greg Clarke conceded that the scandal had plunged the FA into the.. City A.M. on November 29, 2016
Greg Clarke labels youth football sex abuse scandal as one of the FA's 'biggest' crises More than 20 ex-footballers have now come forward with allegations of sexual abuse and five separate police forces have opened investigations into the claims Independent on November 29, 2016 Football child sex abuse scandal one of FA's biggest crises - Greg Clarke BBC Local News: Hampshire -- The football child sex abuse scandal is one of the biggest crises in the history of the Football Association, says chairman Greg Clarke. BBC Local News on November 29, 2016 Also reported by • BBC Sport • BBC News