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How the Football Association's vote of no confidence by UK parliament arose

The English Football Association is facing pressure to reform after a vote of no confidence was passed on Thursday.

The Football Association (FA) is facing stern pressure to reform after a motion of no confidence was passed by members of parliament (MPs) in the House of Commons on Thursday following a debate on how the organisation is run.

English football's governing body was warned that unless it becomes more transparent and diverse, legislation will be introduced to modernise.

Here, ESPN FC takes a look at the background to the vote and what the future holds for the FA.

How did parliament's motion of...

Frank Lampard retires: Chelsea legend's sensational career in numbers

As Chelsea and England legend Frank Lampard retires, we look at eight facts about the midfield maestro.

Frank Lampard has announced his retirement from professional football at the age of 38, calling time on a stellar 20-year career that established him as a Premier League legend and arguably the greatest player in Chelsea's history.

Sometimes even top footballers can be damned by their statistics but, as the numbers provided by Opta show, Lampard's staggering career numbers only serve to underline his greatness.

With 177 goals he sits fourth in the Premier League's all-time scoring charts,...

 By Paul Murphy

Ex-Guam boss Gary White in running for England U21 head coach job

PJ Roberts and Jason Dasey assess the latest candidates for England U21 side, including ex-Guam manager Gary White.
Gareth Southgate says he's proud to be England's new manager, but also emphasized he wants to do the job successfully.

He was once coached Asia's smallest footballing nation, but is now in the running for a plum job in his homeland of England.

Former Guam and Shanghai Shenxin manager Gary White is up against some of the biggest names in the British game as he goes for the role of England Under-21 coach, a position vacated by new national boss Gareth Southgate.

ESPN FC understands that the relative unknown has been shortlisted and will be interviewed on Friday. The other candidates are former U21 coach and legendary...

 By Michael Cox

Wayne Rooney deserves more respect for Man United and England record

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol believes Wayne Rooney has fully earned his place as a legend with Man United.

As you may have heard, Wayne Rooney is now Manchester United's all-time joint-record goalscorer, alongside Sir Bobby Charlton.

His instinctive knee-flick to open the scoring in the 4-0 FA Cup third-round win against Reading on Saturday put him on 249 goals for the club. It's only a matter of time before he becomes United's outright record goalscorer.

Among the Premier League's top clubs, we're living in something of a golden age for record goalscorers. The three most successful sides in...

The best and worst of football in 2016

With 2017 just around the corner, there's no better time to reflect upon the year 2016 in football. ESPN FC's Mark Ogden reviews the best and worst of the year.

Best Goal: Vardy vs. Liverpool

Jamie Vardy's 25-yard strike for Leicester City against Liverpool in February tops the bill for its audacity, importance and how it emphasised the striker's sky-high confidence. Receiving the ball from deep, Vardy allowed it to drop over his shoulder before hitting an unstoppable right-foot strike into...

 By Nick Miller

Invested, cerebral Gareth Southgate could be just what England need

If only the Football Association had left it just a little bit longer. After 65 days as England caretaker manager, Gareth Southgate was confirmed as the country's third permanent boss of the year, succeeding Sam Allardyce, who was there for 67 days. The idea of someone being in temporary charge for longer than his permanent predecessor would have rather nicely encapsulated the chaos that leading the national team can bring.

The FA likes to give the impression there is a through-line of thinking...