Euro 2024

Spain and England line-up for Berlin blockbuster

July 12 – In a blockbuster final in Berlin, Spain, the standout team of Euro 2024 will be looking to clinch a record fourth European title against Gareth Southgate’s England.

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England edge past Netherlands with added time Watkins strike

July 10 – England will play Spain in their second successive European championship final and their first-ever major final abroad after Ollie Watkins’s brilliant 90th-minute strike eliminated the Netherlands in a 2-1 semi-final victory. 

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Transfer window closing sparks last gasp activity

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January 31 – Europe’s big spending clubs are reporting winter flurries of activity as they rapidly manoeuvre in the player transfer market to close their deals as the window starts to close across the continent tonight  – from 19:00 CET in Germany to 24: 00 CET (23:00 GMT) in England and France.

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[b]Mihir Bose:[/b] Britain’s government wants change but will it enforce it, and is it asking the right questions

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It would be foolish in the extreme to believe that just because the Commons Select Committee on Culture Media and Sport has given the football authorities a bollocking, things will change in the national game. This may be the second verbal lashing the MPs have administered football in two years but just because the MPs wave a big stick it does not mean they will follow up by using it to whack the football authorities if,

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FA faces government intervention in absence of radical shake-up

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By Mark Baber

January 29 – The 150 year old English Football Association has been blasted in a follow-up report by a government Select Committee into the governance of the game in England, with the recommendation that if no progress is made within the next 12 months then Government will be left with no choice but to step in with legislation as soon as practically possible.

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