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Ashley Cole will face a Football Association charge for posting a tweet which was deemed “improper and/or brought the game...
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Ashley Cole will escape a playing ban from England in the upcoming World Cup qualifiers despite insulting the Football Association in a Twitter post. The Chelsea left back apologized in person to FA chairman David Bernstein on Monday for reacting angrily after a commission set up by the governing body questioned the evidence Cole gave in defending John Terry in a racism case. ...

Cole charged over Twitter outburst

Ashley Cole was charged with misconduct by the Football Association on Monday following his foul-mouthed outburst on Twitter. The Chelsea and England defender called the FA a "bunch of t***s" after the governing body's independent regulatory commission investigating the John Terry racial abuse case cast doubt on his evidence. A statement on the FA's website said...

Ashley Cole cited by FA for vulgar tweet

The Football Association has charged Ashley Cole with misconduct after the England defender criticized the governing body in a vulgar Twitter post. The Chelsea left back reacted angrily Friday after an FA commission questioned the evidence he gave in defending teammate John Terry against a racism charge. An FA statement Monday says the charge is ''in relation to a Twitter...

Cole apologizes to FA chairman

Football Association chairman David Bernstein has revealed that Ashley Cole apologised to him personally on Monday night over his offensive Twitter message. Bernstein also stressed that England manager Roy Hodgson will decide whether the Chelsea full-back plays against San Marino in Friday's World Cup qualifier. Cole was charged with misconduct by the FA on Monday over his...

Ashley Cole charged by FA for vulgar tweet

Chelsea defender Ashley Cole was charged by England's Football Association with misconduct Monday after criticizing the governing body in a vulgar Twitter post, adding to the fallout from a yearlong racism case involving teammate John Terry. The England left back reacted angrily Friday after an FA commission questioned the evidence he gave in defending Terry against a charge...

Ashley Cole in trouble after vulgar tweet

Ashley Cole, English footballer for Chelsea and the England National team was cited by the FA after posting a vulgar tweet to Twitter on Friday. Cole, who is said to of reacted angrily after the FA commission questioned the evidence he gave in defending teammate John Terry against a racism charge. John Terry was banned for four games and fined £220,000 for using racist language...

FA pardon Cole for Twitter rant

Ashley Cole will be available to play for England against San Marino on Friday after apologising for criticising the FA...

Cole hailed by Hodgson as he faces tweet sanctions

Ashley Cole's vulgar criticism of the Football Association has left him facing disciplinary action, and cast a cloud over his expected 100th England appearance this month. England coach Roy Hodgson, though, sees the defender as ''excellent professional'' who remains integral to the team as he prepares to join an elite group of English centurions. Goalkeeper...

Hodgson hopes Cole issue is over

England manager Roy Hodgson is relieved Ashley Cole has apologised to Football Association chairman David Bernstein. Chelsea left-back Cole used...

England to bring in new code of conduct

England players could be suspended from national-team duty if they breach a new code of conduct that is set to be introduced next month. Football Association chairman David Bernstein is determined to stamp down on off-field indiscipline in the wake of a series of recent high-profile indiscretions from leading players like Ashley Cole and John Terry. Bernstein says ''I&...

England to introduce new code of conduct

England players could be suspended from national-team duty if they breach a new code of conduct that is set to be introduced next month. Football Association chairman David Bernstein is determined to clamp down on off-field behavior in the wake of a series of embarrassing incidents involving leading players like Ashley Cole and John Terry. Bernstein says ''I'm beginning...

Chelsea duo not to be offered long-term deals

A report from the Sun suggests that Chelsea and England duo Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole will not be given...

New code of conduct for England

England players will run the risk of getting themselves suspended from the national team if they significantly breach a new code of conduct. It is hoped the new code, which was outlined to England 's current squad at St George's Park on Monday evening, will be in place in time for next month's friendly with Sweden in Gothenburg. FA officials have been anxious to stress...

Vidic wanted by European giants

Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining... THE MAIL ON SUNDAY Ashley Cole could face an FA investigation into his conduct if the governing body decide there is enough evidence that he tried to mislead the disciplinary commission which found Chelsea...
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