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Feb 19, 2019
Championship club Leeds United hit with £200,000 fine and formally reprimanded over Derby 'Spygate' rowLeeds United have escaped a points penalty in their quest to be promoted to the Premier League after it was announced Monday they had been fined £200,000 ($259,000, 229,000 euros) and reprimanded for spying on their opponents.
Nov 23, 2018
International Football Association Board to consider giving goalkeepers increased freedom of movement during penaltiesIn other proposals, IFAB wants to cut timewasting by forcing substituted players to leave the field at the nearest touchline and make team officials in the dugouts eligible to receive cards.
Oct 11, 2018
Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani suggests creation of Premier League 2 to boost TV revenue for Championship clubsLeeds owner Andrea Radrizzani says it is time to create a Premier League 2 to boost TV revenue for struggling Championship clubs.
Sep 24, 2018
Carabao Cup: Frank Lampard eager to pit wits against former manager Jose Mourinho as United host Derby CountyFormer Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard is eager to take on Jose Mourinho in the League Cup, after playing under the Portuguese manager for three years in his first spell in charge of Chelsea.
Jul 27, 2018
Queens Park Rangers reach $55 million settlement with English Football League over financial fair playQueens Park Rangers, a club owned by Tony Fernandes and Lakshmi Mittal, has reached an agreement with the English Football League over FFP violations.
Jul 05, 2018
AFC Bournemouth fined $6.28 million by EFL for breach of Financial Fair Play regulationsThe EFL has fined AFC Bournemouth of the Premier League for violating Financial Fair Play rules during the season in which they secured promotion from the Championship.
Apr 26, 2018
Wolverhampton cleared by EFL over super-agent Jorge Mendes's role at club despite complaints from rivalsThe English Football League said that it was satisfied that Championship side Wolverhampton Wanderers' relationship with super-agent Jorge Mendes has not breached regulations regarding intermediaries.
Feb 22, 2018
Leicester City pay £3.1 million to English Football League to settle Financial Fair Play disputeThe EFL governs the three divisions below the Premier League and Leicester were deemed to have breached their FFP rules when they won the 2013/14 second-tier Championship title
Sep 12, 2017
English Football League clubs to live stream matches as part of new 5-year-deal with Sky SportsThe EFL said it would receive £600 million from the broadcaster as part of the new terms, which will see the Championship, Leagues One and Two, the Carabao (League) Cup and Checkatrade Trophy continue to be shown live.
Jan 26, 2017
League Cup: Southampton into final thanks to Shane Long's injury-time winner against LiverpoolSouthampton reached the League Cup final for the first time since 1979 as Shane Long grabbed the goal that sealed a 1-0 victory over Liverpool.