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FA's Greg Clarke felt reforms would get him fired, John Amaechi says

Speaking to a UK parliamentary committee, former England footballer Eni Aluko says that FA chief exec Martin Glenn asked her to write 'a statement saying the FA were not institutionally racist' in order to receive the 2nd part of her financial settlement

Football Association chairman Greg Clarke told John Amaechi he would not risk pushing through reforms on diversity because it would get him "f---ing fired," the former NBA star has said.

Amaechi, a leading psychologist and expert on organisational change, said Clarke also claimed the government would never force the FA to act on homophobia because "we have all the power and FIFA would step in and call it government interference."

These alleged comments came during a "tense but civil" meeting at Amaechi's...

FA's inherent problems on show as Aluko, Clarke, Glenn all testify

Speaking to a UK parliamentary committee, former England footballer Eni Aluko says that FA chief exec Martin Glenn asked her to write 'a statement saying the FA were not institutionally racist' in order to receive the 2nd part of her financial settlement
Kick It Out CEO Roisin Wood backed the FA's decision to open a third review into Eni Aluko's treatment whilst playing for England.

LONDON -- If the Football Association's ability to stay calm and inspire confidence when under pressure is any indication of its ability to run the nation's biggest sport, it is clearly failing.

In a small select committee room at the House of Commons on Wednesday, four of its key executives were questioned by Members of Parliament over the Mark Sampson saga and the result wasn't pretty.

Technical director Dan Ashworth, chairman Greg Clarke, chief executive Martin Glenn and human resources director...

 By PA Sport

PFA's Gordon Taylor slams FA's Greg Clarke in tense committee exchange

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PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor fired back at Greg Clarke on Wednesday.

Professional Footballers' Association chief executive Gordon Taylor has hit back at Football Association chairman Greg Clarke's claim the union is letting down survivors of abuse, saying it was a "diversionary tactic.''

Clarke made the allegation during an astonishing exchange with MPs on the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport committee on Wednesday.

He was appearing before the committee with three other senior FA officials to answer questions about the governing body's handling of issues involving...

Gareth Southgate pep talk helped Nathan Redmond get over U21 woe

Nathan Redmond says Gareth Southgate helped him move on from his penalty miss.

Nathan Redmond has revealed a summer pep talk from England boss Gareth Southgate helped him overcome his penalty heartache.

The Southampton forward missed the crucial spot kick in England Under-21s' Euro 2017 semifinal shootout defeat to Germany in June.

It was his last touch for the Young Lions as he became too old to represent Aidy Boothroyd's side and he left Tychy in tears.

England went out 4-3 on penalties following a 2-2 draw after extra time but senior boss Southgate, who missed his own crucial...

 By PA Sport

FA's child abuse review team struggling with amount of evidence

The FA are not expecting to receive Sheldon's report until Easter at the earliest.

The legal team heading the Football Association's £1 million review into child sexual abuse are receiving counselling to help them deal with the stories they are hearing from victims, PA Sport has reported.

Set up to uncover how the FA dealt with allegations of abuse between 1970 and 2005, the Clive Sheldon QC-led investigation started work in January.

Since then, Sheldon and his colleagues have interviewed 15 former players who survived abuse and 35 non-survivors, mainly former or current...