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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - England'S Football Association
A move by soccer's ruling bodies in England not to order clubs to observe a moment of silence for the late British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at matches this weekend has some in the country crying foul.
The racism trial of John Terry began Monday with prosecutors claiming the Chelsea captain acknowledges using offensive language as a "sarcastic exclamation."
For the first time in the long history of English soccer, a player is being prosecuted over words spoken on the field.
Wayne Rooney will miss the entire group stage of the 2012 European Championship after receiving a three-game ban Thursday for kicking a player during England's final qualifier.
Peter Reid paid a heating bill out of his own pocket and auctioned off one of his medals to meet the team payroll. It wasn't enough to keep his job.
Take a young soccer player, give him head-spinning success, wads of cash and an excess of spare time when he is not playing or training. Into that volatile mix, now add a nightclub, way too much champagne and a few vampirish hangers-on who pretend they are the rising star's new best friends. One of them produces a wrap of cocaine or a stick of weed and the fatal words: "Try this."
Sepp Blatter launched an impassioned defense of FIFA's integrity on Saturday, insisting world soccer's ruling body was not institutionally corrupt.
West Ham striker Carlton Cole has been accused of improper conduct by England's Football Association on Friday for tweets about Ghana fans made during England's exhibition.
Wayne Rooney scored in the 24th minute to give Manchester United a 1-0 win at Chelsea in the first leg of the Champions League quarterfinals, and Barcelona routed visiting Shakhtar Donetsk 5-1 Wednesday night to close in on a semifinal matchup with Real Madrid.
Wayne Rooney acknowledged using offensive language during a Premier League game but will appeal his automatic two-match ban.
Manchester United star Wayne Rooney could be banned for two games after he was cited Monday for cursing into a television camera while celebrating a goal during a Premier League match.
Manchester United star Wayne Rooney was cited by English soccer authorities Monday for cursing into a television camera while celebrating a goal during a Premier League game.
After being confirmed as the only challenger to Sepp Blatter's 13-year rule of FIFA, Mohamed Bin Hammam said Monday that he hoped the presidential election June 1 would show the organization is not corrupt.
Arsenal wouldn't get a penny in compensation from France or Wales if Samir Nasri or Aaron Ramsey are hurt playing for their national teams Tuesday. Yet the London club could get a tidy insurance payout if Jack Wilshere picks up an injury marshaling England's midfield against Ghana.
England's Football Association has warned players they could be sued over contentious internet postings.