David Beckham will retire from soccer at the end of the season, closing a 21-year career in which he won titles in four countries and became one of the world’s most- recognized people.
Former England captain John Terry wants to return to the national team and is eyeing a place at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, the Guardian reported.
Former Manchester City chairman David Bernstein has been nominated as the next chairman of the Football Association , English soccer’s ruling body.
Greg Dyke, a former television executive and Manchester United board member, is to become chairman of English soccer’s Football Association.
Fabio Capello’s resignation may send the England soccer team into a major championship without a permanent manager for the first time in history.
English soccer chairman David Bernstein said he wouldn’t “hold his breath” that FIFA President Sepp Blatter makes major reforms when he unveils measures to tackle wrongdoing later this month.
Fabio Capello quit as coach of the England soccer team last night, opening the way for the possible appointment of Tottenham coach Harry Redknapp four months before the start of Euro 2012.
The “unique” opportunity to manage England’s soccer team means the search for Fabio Capello’s replacement won’t be hindered by competition from Chelsea, Football Association chairman David Bernstein said.
Only one person outside English soccer’s governing body knew Roy Hodgson would be asked to coach the national team, and it wasn’t the 64-year-old West Bromwich Albion manager.
Google Inc., creator of the world’s most-used Internet search engine, received a patent on a technology that could provide a new level of security for computers and mobile device.
"He has been such a great ambassador for the game at home and abroad and was a tremendous performer for his clubs and England."
- David Bernstein on May 16, 2013