SHARES
24 January 2018
The Football Association has confirmed Phil Neville, the new England Women's coach, will not face disciplinary action.
SHARES
24 January 2018
A day after being announced as the England Women's manager, Phil Neville has apologised for comments made on social media.
SHARES
23 January 2018
Phil Neville deleted his Twitter account amid controversy just hours after his appointment as England Women's manager was announced.
SHARES
23 January 2018
Phil Neville has secured his first managerial role in football after taking the reins of England Women's team.
Ryan Giggs, Phil Neville
15 January 2018
The notions of Ryan Giggs and Phil Neville in international hot seats have caused concern – but then so did the hirings of experienced heads including Allardyce, Moyes and Hodgson this season. Is there a way to win? Gary Parkinson ponders...
SHARES
26 October 2017
The "shambolic" Football Association lacked common sense and decency when dealing with Eniola Aluko, according to Kick It Out.
SHARES
19 October 2017
England women's interim head coach Mo Marley says Eniola Aluko will "100 per cent" be considered for selection.
SHARES
18 October 2017
Eniola Aluko accused FA chief Martin Glenn of behaviour "bordering on blackmail" - something he later denied to a parliamentary committee.
SHARES
18 October 2017
A new report has found sacked England women's boss Mark Sampson did make racially discriminatory remarks to Eniola Aluko and Drew Spence.
SHARES
25 September 2017
Martin Glenn has received the backing of the Football Association after Mark Sampson was sacked as England Women's manager.

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