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Dier wants England football fans to be ‘respectful’

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London (AFP) – Eric Dier has called on England fans to back the team in the “right way” following the offensive behaviour of some travelling supporters during Wednesday’s friendly international loss in Germany.

England’s 1-0 defeat in Dortmund was overshadowed by away fans booing the German national anthem and singing unsavoury songs about the Second World War.

Dier wants England football fans to be ‘respectful’

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London (AFP) – Eric Dier has called on England fans to back the team in the “right way” following the offensive behaviour of some travelling supporters during Wednesday’s friendly international loss in Germany.

England’s 1-0 defeat in Dortmund was overshadowed by away fans booing the German national anthem and singing unsavoury songs about the Second World War.

FA chairman says football sex abuse scandal is ‘biggest crisis’

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London (AFP) The abuse scandal rocking English football is the greatest crisis current Football Association chairman Greg Clarke can recall, he told Sky News on Tuesday.

Clarke was referring to the serial child molester Barry Bennell, who has been accused by at least 20 footballers of abusing them when he worked for Crewe Alexandra, Manchester City and Stoke City across three decades beginning in the 1970s.

FA chairman says football sex abuse scandal is ‘biggest crisis’

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London (AFP) The abuse scandal rocking English football is the greatest crisis current Football Association chairman Greg Clarke can recall, he told Sky News on Tuesday.

Clarke was referring to the serial child molester Barry Bennell, who has been accused by at least 20 footballers of abusing them when he worked for Crewe Alexandra, Manchester City and Stoke City across three decades beginning in the 1970s.

Coming out not a problem for sports fans – poll

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London (AFP) Most sports fans in England, Wales and Scotland would have no problem if their club signed a gay player despite a top football official claiming that he would not encourage stars to declare their homosexuality.

A BBC radio poll took soundings from 4,000 people with 82 percent insisting they would be comfortable with having a gay player.

Coming out not a problem for sports fans – poll

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London (AFP) Most sports fans in England, Wales and Scotland would have no problem if their club signed a gay player despite a top football official claiming that he would not encourage stars to declare their homosexuality.

A BBC radio poll took soundings from 4,000 people with 82 percent insisting they would be comfortable with having a gay player.

FA chairman faces grilling by MPs after Allardyce scandal

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London (AFP) Football Association chairman Greg Clarke will be quizzed by members of parliament on October 17 after last week's newspaper allegations of corruption in the English game.

A Daily Telegraph investigation into the dealings of managers in the transfer market has already led to Sam Allardyce losing his job as England boss after he made a series of embarrassing comments about loopholes in the banned practice of third-party ownership of players.

FA chairman faces grilling by MPs after Allardyce scandal

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London (AFP) Football Association chairman Greg Clarke will be quizzed by members of parliament on October 17 after last week's newspaper allegations of corruption in the English game.

A Daily Telegraph investigation into the dealings of managers in the transfer market has already led to Sam Allardyce losing his job as England boss after he made a series of embarrassing comments about loopholes in the banned practice of third-party ownership of players.

FA ‘guardians’ say they had to act over Allardyce

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London (AFP) Sam Allardyce's departure as England manager was essential to preserve the Football Association's integrity as "guardians of the game", the governing body's senior figures said on Tuesday.

FA chairman Greg Clarke and chief executive Martin Glenn met with Allardyce at Wembley to seal his fate after damaging newspaper revelations left his position untenable.

FA ‘guardians’ say they had to act over Allardyce

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London (AFP) Sam Allardyce's departure as England manager was essential to preserve the Football Association's integrity as "guardians of the game", the governing body's senior figures said on Tuesday.

FA chairman Greg Clarke and chief executive Martin Glenn met with Allardyce at Wembley to seal his fate after damaging newspaper revelations left his position untenable.

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It Really Isn’t What Football Fans Want to Hear?

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Greg Clarke is a defender of your football club. No really. Stop snorting with derision in Pompey, Plymouth, Leeds, Wrexham, Coventry (supporters of other clubs are also available in snort-mode) ... He says so himself. So it must be true.

In a telling exchange with MP Damien Collins at the DCMS enquiry (from 12.

Greg Clarke: A Bit of Dinlow Moment?

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'Dinlow' is proper Pompey. It is used, often affectionately, to someone who has said or done something idiotic. If Greg Clarke has not been a 'bit of a din' in his statement regarding Portsmouth Football Club yesterday then he is guilty of being either over-simplistic or disingenuous, I feel. He certainly hasn't helped the odds on the survival of the club.

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Shit Lookalike: FA Chairman Greg Clarke & A Pile Of Raw Meat

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The FA: Basically just a collection of flabby old meat-piles in blue suits...

Seriously, f**k them.

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