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Jan 22, 2020
Former Chelsea, Juventus striker Eniola Aluko becomes first sporting director at Championship side Aston Villa WomenAluko, who won 102 caps for her country and represented Britain at the 2012 London Olympics, retired as a player last week after leaving Serie A champions Juventus in December
Sep 14, 2019
English football's anti-discrimination organisation, players' union criticise Amazon for failing to remove racist reviews of Eniola Aluko's bookAluko, who is black, and her publishers have been in contact with Amazon about the reviews, but they remain on the site. Amazon told The Associated Press it does not suppress reviews based on star ratings
Sep 09, 2019
Disgraced Mark Sampson handed lifeline by struggling Stevenage after controversial dismissal as England women's team coachSampson replaces Tunisian Dino Maamria, who was sacked with the fourth-tier club sitting second from bottom with just three points having failed to win in seven league games
Mar 05, 2018
England FA CEO Martin Glenn under fire for lumping together Judaism's Star of David and Nazi swastikaGlenn's remarks came as he tried to justify the FA's decision to charge Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola for wearing a yellow ribbon in support of jailed Catalan independence leaders.
Dec 10, 2017
Emile Heskey interview: Former England star talks about racism in British football, coaching big clubs and moreFormer England football star Emile Heskey believes that for the FA to deal with the issues of institutionalised racism, just an internal review won't do.
Oct 26, 2017
Chairman Greg Clarke says FA has lost 'public's trust' over handling of racism allegations against Mark SampsonClarke's speech also saw him promise a "top to bottom" cultural review of the FA's national football centre at St George's Park in Burton, central England.
Oct 20, 2017
FA bosses in hot water over 'shambolic' handling of Mark Sampson affair as clamour for resignation growsEnglish Football Association (FA) bosses faced calls to quit on Thursday over their "shambolic" handling of the Mark Sampson affair as Britain's sports minister urged the organisation to sort itself out.