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Phil Neville says footballers should ‘boycott’ social media to send a ‘powerful message’ that abuse is not acceptable. The England women's manager added more policing is needed.
Speaking about recent VAR decisions on Sky Sports’ The Debate, Ian Holloway says the EU is to blame for footballs new hand ball rule.
Michael Holding says that England’s overuse of Jofra Archer is the equivalent to abuse and it’s not sustainable.
After getting hit in the head during a nets session, Jason Roy has passed a concussion test and been declared fit for the third Test at Headingley.
Mo Salah posted a video on Twitter this morning showing us just how fast he is.
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