Martin Glenn admits it might have been a bit "offensive" to equate the Star of David to a swastika.
Manchester City's Sergio Aguero will reportedly face no disciplinary action from the FA over the incident.
Jay Rodriguez has been granted an extension to respond to his FA charge of using racist language.
Neville will avoid punishment from the FA over tweets which Kick It Out branded "misogynistic and sexist".
FA chairman Greg Clarke has admitted the governing body has "lost the trust of the public".
Dan Ashworth's position as technical director of the FA is "untenable", says a former FA board member.
Reports on Tuesday claim Allardyce will sue the FA over claims made about his England sacking.
FA chairman admits it was "the sort of decision that should have been made three or four years ago".
"I feel good about doing that," says FA chief exec as questions are raised over the Mark Sampson controversy...
The FA has been accused of an "inexcusable" lack of leadership following the sacking of Mark Sampson.
The Football Association has pulled out of a four-year sponsorship deal with Ladbrokes after just one year
The Football Association has voted in favour of introducing retrospective bans for players who dive.
The FA appear to have absolved Manchester United of any blame in the Paul Pogba transfer saga.
Greg Clarke echoes Storey's stance, labelling England fans 'inappropriate, disrespectful and disappointing'...
"We need to make it easier for them to get into coaching roles," says John Terry on ex-players...
Aidy Boothroyd 'honoured' to be confirmed as the new England Under-21s permanent manager.
Sunderland defender Papy Djilobodji will serve a four-match suspension with immediate effect.
The football associations of the home nations have been fined by FIFA following last month's poppy row.
England will continue wearing Nike until 2030 after the Football Association secured a new deal.
Eight police forces are now looking into allegations of historical child sex abuse in football.
Martin Glenn says that Rooney's behaviour "doesn't set a great tone for the England captain".
The FA wants players to show support for the Royal British Legion's poppy appeal against Scotland.
Has Sam Allardyce been caught hovering too close to the cookie jar? Is the dream over?
Burnley forward Andre Gray has been given a four-match ban for comments made on social media
Gary Neville blasts FA chief Martin Glenn, and claims that he is now seen as a "failure" as a coach.
FA chairman Greg Dyke admits that it seems that the 2018 WC vote "was all fixed anyway".
The FA has finally suspended its support for Michel Platini after it turned out he might be a bit dodgy.
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