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Study finds footballers 3.5 times more likely to die from brain trauma

Although footballers had higher risk of death from neurodegenerative disease, they were less likely to die of other common diseases

‘We’ll get there’ — England’s Lionesses look to future after latest near miss

The feeling of crushing disappointment after a semi-final defeat is nothing new for England's women

FA chief sorry for ‘offensive’ Star of David comment

English Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn apologised on Monday for "offensive" comments he made

Southampton’s millionaire buyer is a man in love

Gao Jisheng fancies himself as a writer, wherein lies the clues why he would back such a questionable team.

Lose your religion, keep the faith

Being an Arsenal fan is like voluntarily entering the pits of hell, writes Carlos Amato.

English FA to restrict imports of foreign players

The Football Association wants to reduce the number of non-EU players in England's leagues by half to foster local talent and boost the national side.

Fans disgruntled over £90 England World Cup shirt

English football fans have cried foul over Nike's price tag for an England supporter shirt for the Fifa World Cup in Brazil.

Redknapp pegged to take on England top job

Harry Redknapp should move closer to becoming the new coach of the national team when plans to recruit Fabio Capello's replacement are finalised.

Terry sacked as England captain

John Terry has been stripped of the England captaincy for the second time in two years after mounting concern over his ongoing racism court case.

Luis Suarez racism verdict expected by week end

England's FA has begun a disciplinary hearing into claims that Liverpool striker Luis Suarez racially abused Manchester United's Patrice Evra.

British teams banned from wearing the poppy

Fifa have banned British teams from wearing embroidered poppies on their shirts to mark Remembrance Day in friendlies this week.

FA to abstain in Fifa presidential vote

The English Football Association is to abstain from voting in the upcoming Fifa presidential election between Sepp Blatter and Mohamed Bin Hammam.

FA argues over Capello contract mix-up

The Football Association clashed with its former chairperson on Tuesday over how an escape clause was removed from coach Fabio Capello's contract.

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