Mings made it clear that hiring someone from the BAME community should not be for appearances sake and he stressed only a viable candidate would be deserving of the role.
Clarke was earlier forced to apologise after he used the word "coloured" among other controversial comments when talking to the House of Commons Digital, Culture, Media, Sport Committee about diversity issues.
Clarke was giving evidence to the House of Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport committee (DCMS) on the future of English football.
The Premier League will open one month later than usual because of the July finish to its delayed 2019-20 campaign, and the UEFA competitions continuing to 23 August.
The FA banned Dier for four matches and fined him 40,000 pounds.
James, whose father is Jamaican, is impressed by the Premier League’s support of the Black Lives Matter movement and England forward Raheem Sterling’s comments about under-representation in coaching roles.
Premier League, Football League and PFA launch initiative to increase number of BAME coaches in English football
Sterling’s comments are backed up by figures which show only six head coaches in England’s 92 clubs are from the BAME community. More than a quarter of players in the Premier League are either black or mixed race.
With football suspended for 100 days in England due to the pandemic, the lack of revenue from international matches and domestic cup games hit the FA, who said they are planning for potential losses of around 300 million pounds
Several of Gareth Southgate's England players, including Jadon Sancho, Raheem Sterling and Marcus Rashford, have shown their support or spoken out since the death of unarmed black man George Floyd at the hands of a police officer in Minneapolis on 25 May.
England's Football Association seeks to keep gains in women's game despite scrapping Women’s Super League season
Runners-up when the season was paused, champions without playing again. It's little surprise Chelsea were fine with the Women’s Super League season being curtailed.
Chelsea crowned winners of Women’s Super League on point-per-game basis; Aston Villa win second-tier Championship
Chelsea were awarded the Women’s Super League title and Aston Villa were declared the winners of the second-tier Women’s Championship by England’s Football Association (FA) on Friday after the season was ended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Premier League: Footballers will be allowed to show solidarity with George Floyd justice campaign, says FA
German football authorities said they may sanction players who used goal celebrations to highlight last week's death in Minneapolis of Floyd
Arsenal Women fined £50,000 by Football Association after being found guilty of discrimination against former youth team coach
Arsenal Women FC have been fined £50,000 ($61,100) by the Football Association after being found guilty of discrimination against a former youth team coach in 2014.
Coronavirus Outbreak: FA Women's Super League cancelled following 'overwhelming feedback from the clubs'
The Football Association says a decision was taken to end the Women’s Super League with immediate effect following “overwhelming feedback from the clubs” and to give them the chance to “prepare and focus on next season
Coronavirus Outbreak: FA in talks with Women’s Super League, Women’s Championship clubs about ending season
Manchester City were top of the FA WSL table, one point ahead of second-placed Chelsea, with Liverpool bottom when matches were suspended. Aston Villa were six points clear at the top of the Women’s Championship
Coronavirus Outbreak: League Two clubs unanimously vote to end season early, decision yet to be ratified by EFL
Clubs in third-tier League One, however, failed to reach an agreement over ending their season
Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane will sponsor Leyton Orient’s shirt next season with the space on the front to be given to charitable causes
In a statement, Dowden says football authorities need to finalize their plans before government approval will be given for the Premier League to start up again.
Atletico Madrid defender Kieran Trippier facing FA misconduct charge after running afoul of gambling rules
Trippier, who played for Tottenham in last season’s Champions League final in Madrid, has until 18 May to provide a response
Neville, who took the job in January 2018 and guided the team to the World Cup semi-finals in France last year, was set to lead England in the Women’s Euros on home soil next year as well as the British team at the Tokyo Olympics