February 10 – The new boss of the English Premier League has warned against cutting the number of overseas players as discussions begin to build over how Brexit will affect English professional football.
February 10 – The English FA has closed its investigation into the hacking of Manchester City’s scouting database by Liverpool.
February 7 – In the latest crackdown on resurging racial abuse, all 20 English Premier League clubs have agreed to extend any bans on fans watching their team at home to the entire league.
February 6 – Premier League clubs have voted to change the summer transfer window to bring it in line with the rest of Europe.
February 4 – Two fans of English top-flight club West Ham have been arrested after the latest incident of alleged homophobic gestures in English football, this time directed towards Brighton supporters last weekend.
January 29 – Police are investigating an attack on the home of Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward by a group chanting that he was “going to die”.
January 15 – Manchester United have scrapped plans for a training camp in the Gulf during next month’s English winter break because of heightening tensions in the region.
January 3 – English football may at last have adopted a partial winter break but that hasn’t stopped the traditional festive fixture pile-up from resulting in an unprecedented spate of injuries.
December 13 – The Premier League’s 18-month search for a new chief executive is finally over with Richard Masters, the man who has filled the role on an interim basis, given the job full-time.
December 9 – Police have arrested a man in connection with alleged racial gestures and chanting in Saturday’s Premier League derby between Manchester City and Manchester United.
December 6 – Chelsea have been cleared to re-enter the transfer market in the January window after a Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) ruling halved the transfer ban to just one window from the original two-window ban imposed by FIFA.
November 29 – Liverpool begin the first stage of a public consultation exercise today for the proposed expansion of their Anfield stadium to a capacity of more than 61,000.
November 13 – Premier League bosses are to meet English football’s head of referees on Thursday in attempt to sort out ongoing confusion over VAR which many pundits believe is wrecking the spirit of the game.
November 7 – Premier League fans are paying 31% more in England to follow their teams and the league than they were in 2014/15 season despite the cost of tickets having risen by just 1% over the same period.