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Football | England

Johnson wants Chelsea compensation
Former Chelsea player Gary Johnson said on Thursday he should receive more financial compensation from the club after being sexually abused by their former chief scout Eddie Heath. Read full article
Lee leaves role as England assistant
Sammy Lee has left his role as England's assistant manager, the FA said on Tuesday. Read full article
Abuse claims at 55 English clubs
Fifty-five league and non-league clubs have been referred to police in the child sex abuse scandal that has shattered English football's image, a source told The Observer newspaper on Sunday. Read full article
Southgate confirms Rooney as Eng captain
England manager Gareth Southgate confirmed Wayne Rooney will remain captain on Thursday as he faced the media for the first time since his permanent appointment. Read full article
Southgate named England manager
Southgate will lead England towards the 2018 World Cup and 2020 European Championship after being appointed permanent manager of the national team by the FA on Wednesday. Read full article
Former coach charged with child abuse
Former coach Barry Bennell, who is at the centre of a scandal rocking English football, was on Tuesday charged with eight counts of child abuse, prosecutors said. Read full article
'Southgate offered England job'
Gareth Southgate has been offered the England manager's job and could be confirmed in the role as early as Monday, according to British newspaper reports on Thursday. Read full article
Southgate set for England interview
Gareth Southgate is set to be interviewed for the full-time post of England manager on Monday, the BBC and several other British media organisations reported on Friday. Read full article
Fifa open 'disciplinary' case against England
Fifa on Thursday launched a "disciplinary" case against England and Scotland for wearing poppy armbands in a tribute to British war dead. Read full article
Southgate plans review after Rooney reports
Gareth Southgate intends to review how England's players spend their free time if he secures the manager's job permanently after newspaper photographs showed captain Wayne Rooney allegedly drunk. Read full article
Rooney apologises for hotel conduct
Wayne Rooney "unreservedly" apologised on Wednesday to Gareth Southgate and Football Association technical director Dan Ashworth after the publication of embarrassing photographs at the squad's hotel. Read full article
Southgate says he has proved worth
Interim England manager Gareth Southgate says he has proved his worth and wants his future at the helm decided swiftly. Read full article
'Pre-match antics were too much'
Joe Hart has consciously toned down his pre-match routine after criticism he was excessively motivated during his country's ill-fated Euro 2016 campaign, he confessed to reporters on Monday. Read full article
Rooney out of England's Spain test
Skipper Wayne Rooney has been ruled out of England's year-ending friendly against Spain at Wembley on Tuesday because of a knee problem, the English Football Association confirmed. Read full article
Southgate ends audition with Spain test
England's caretaker manager Gareth Southgate faces a man he aspires to emulate in terms of style and status in Tuesday's friendly against Julen Lopetegui's Spain. Read full article
Kane released from squad for Spain tie
England have released striker Harry Kane from their squad for Tuesday's soccer friendly with Spain, interim manager Gareth Southgate said on Sunday. Read full article
I don't fear England job - Southgate
Gareth Southgate has declared he would not be afraid to take on the England manager's job on a permanent basis when his four-game stint as interim head coach ends. Read full article
Southgate stakes England claim with romp
Nearing the end of his four-game audition and having swept away the 'Auld Enemy' at Wembley, Gareth Southgate is seemingly poised to leave questions about his suitability to be England manager Read full article
England, Scotland await poppy verdict
England and Scotland face an uncertain wait to discover if they will face sanctions after proceeding with a contentious poppy tribute to Britain's war dead in their World Cup qualifier. Read full article
Police to probe suspected corruption
British police said on Friday they had opened an inquiry into an allegation of bribery following a review of a newspaper's investigation into suspected soccer corruption. Read full article
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