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  • FA reforms: England could be KICKED OUT of the NBA Live Coins 2018 World Cup parliament's
    'no confidence' | Daily Star Leading football figures in this country have been
    left terrified that England won't be allowed to take part in the tournament
    because of parliament's decision.The House of Commons will hold a "vote of no
    confidence" in English football's governing body - but it could lead to FIFA
    rules being broken.


    MPs on the Culture Media & Sport Committee have driven the Madden nfl mobile coins move with
    backing from five former FA bigwigs, including most recent former chairman Greg
    Dyke. GETTY BOOTED: England are currently top of their qualifying group The
    statistically best uncapped England XI this season ENGLAND fans always complain
    about their favourite club players not making it into the national team. So who
    have been the best uncapped Englishmen this season? 1 / 12 GETTY GK: Lee Grant


    But FIFA rules forbid political interference in the running of member
    associations and a number of countries have been suspended from international
    competition in recent years.The "no confidence” vote claims the Wembley
    structure makes "it impossible for the organisation to reform itself” and calls
    for the Government "to bring forward legislative proposals to reform the
    governance of the FA”.England are currently topping their qualifying group for
    the 2018 tournament, but their efforts could be wiped out if the parliament
    votes to reform the FA.


    Twitter reacts to Harry Kane taking corners for  mmogo England ENGLAND fans have
    taken to Twitter to express their confusion at seeing Harry Kane take corners
    against Russia last night. 1 / 14 GETTY Harry Kane prepares to take a corner
    Article 19 of the FIFA statutes states: "Each member association shall manage
    their affairs independently and without undue influence from third parties."An
    FA spokesman said: "We are aware of the discussions next week around