2020 Schedule

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2020 Schedule
0-0-0, 3rd in UEFA Nations League
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8dAssociated Press

New plan seeks more minority coaches in England

English football launched a placement program on Monday to assist players from ethnic minority backgrounds moving into coaching.

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8dJames Olley

FA confirm job cuts to cover £300m black hole

The FA has announced it is cutting 124 roles as chairman Greg Clarke warned of the "immense" impact of the coronavirus creating a £300m blackhole.

Euro Memories: England's 1996 penalty shootout (0:37)
11d
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27dESPN

England boss calls for end to white privilege

England boss Gareth Southgate has called for an end to white privilege and amid calls for more diverse representation among elite football manager.

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29dAssociated Press

Racism must be stopped like a disease - Sterling

Manchester City's Raheem Sterling has backed anti-racism protests in Britain after the death of unarmed black man George Floyd in police custody.

David Beckham's amazing goals 'no fluke' (1:17)
66d
Should Rashford or Sancho be the third striker for England? (1:34)
70d
Who thought Harry Kane would be a one-season wonder? (2:05)
82d
Better overall player: Steven Gerrard or Andrea Pirlo? (1:17)
79d
Hislop admits to courtesy dive on Gerrard World Cup goal (1:02)
87d
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92dMark Ogden

Southgate takes 30% cut; Sweden furlough boss

England manager Gareth Southgate is to take a 30% pay cut on his £3 million-a-year salary, while Sweden is furloughing its coach due to COVID-19.

Which is the better duo: Xaxi-Iniesta or Lampard-Gerrard? (1:49)
90d
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100dReuters

Kane won't stay with Spurs 'just for sake of it'

Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane said on Sunday that he could leave the Premier League club if the team does not progress in the right direction

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112dMark Ogden

FA bans all amateur football leagues, kid's games

The English FA banned football at every level, including games involving amateurs and children, in the latest step to combat the coronavirus.

Paul Currie
113dMark Ogden

Football in the face of coronavirus

As big leagues stood idle, English seventh-tier clubs battled before a bumper crowd that boosted club funds. But when will either team play again?