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FA agree most radical reforms in decades at Wembley AGM

fa agree most radical reforms in decades at wembley agm
The Football Association has agreed to implement the most radical reforms, championed by chairman Greg Clarke, to how it is run in decades at a meeting of its shareholders at Wembley.
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Football Association votes in favour of chairman Greg Clarke's reforms


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Wembley paid an emotional tribute to victims of the Westminster terror attack ahead of England's World Cup qualifier against Lithuania. Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, the Metropolitan Police's acting..
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This is what your MPs said about Cornwall devolution and how they...

this is what your mps said about cornwall devolution and how they...
Devolution of power to regional assemblies and to Cornwall is an emotive subject at the best of times. It is a topic which has largely been supported by the county's incumbent MPs, who are now vying to..
The Cornishman Also reported by •West BritonCornish Guardian

FA boss Greg Clarke says men’s football is two decades behind women’s game

The chairman of the Football Association (FA) has said that he thinks men's football is "probably a couple of decades" behind the women's game, in terms of LGBT+ inclusion.
PinkNews

Gay footballers reticent to engage - FA chairman

gay footballers reticent to engage - fa chairman
FA chairman Greg Clarke says his attempts to hold talks with gay footballers are failing because "something about the men's game is not right".
BBC Sport

Greg Clarke: FA chairman says gay footballers 'reticent to engage with me'

greg clarke: fa chairman says gay footballers 'reticent to engage with me'
FA chairman Greg Clarke says his attempts to hold talks with gay footballers are failing because "something about the men's game is not right".
BBC News

FA chief Greg Clarke: Game 20 years behind on LGBT issues

fa chief greg clarke: game 20 years behind on lgbt issues
Football Association chairman Greg Clarke believes the men's game is 'probably a couple of decades' away from feeling as LGBT inclusive as the women's.
MailOnline

Clarke: Men's football 20 years behind women's on LGBT issues

Football Association chairman Greg Clarke believes the men's game is probably a couple of decades away from feeling as LGBT inclusive as the women's..
Sport.co.uk Also reported by •Football.co.uk

Football chiefs call for more transparency on transfers

football chiefs call for more transparency on transfers
FIFA president Gianni Infantino and FA chairman Greg Clarke have claimed transfer deals need more transparency after Sportsmail's revelations about Paul Pogba's move to Manchester United.
MailOnline

United entitled to spend what they want on agents – FA chief Clarke

Manchester United are entitled to spend what they want on agent fees and it is unhelpful to be “demonising” Paul Pogba’s transfer, says Football Association (FA) chairman Greg Clarke. FIFA..
SoccerNews.com

Manchester United should not be vilified over Paul Pogba transfer, says FA Chairman Greg Clarke

This week it was announced that Pogba's world-record transfer from Juventus to United was the subject of a Fifa inquiry, but Clarke has insisted it is not helpful to single out the club
Independent

FA: United should not be singled out over agent fees

fa: united should not be singled out over agent fees
Manchester United should not be singled out by Fifa over large payments paid to agents, according to FA chairman Greg Clarke. United's world-record £89m purchase of Paul Pogba last summer is the..
City A.M.

Agent fees: FA and Fifa want issue debated following Pogba deal allegations

agent fees: fa and fifa want issue debated following pogba deal allegations
Manchester United are within their rights to pay agents multi-million pound sums, says FA chairman Greg Clarke - but the FA and Fifa want a debate on the issue.
BBC News Also reported by •BBC Local NewsBBC Sport

FA considering position with betting and alcohol sponsors

fa considering position with betting and alcohol sponsors
The Football Association is "considering" its relationship with gambling firms and alcohol companies, says the FA chairman Greg Clarke.
BBC Sport


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