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UEFA fast tracks reforms to better the beautiful game
Under President Čeferin, UEFA has taken swift action to improve the governance of European football
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FIFA World Cup: Expansion for the right reasons?
Tom Earnshaw looks at the reasons behind expanding the world's biggest football tournament.
January transfer window: TOP 5 Premier League arrivals
Tom Earnshaw looks at the best January transfers to the Premier League
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Premier League footballers need a winter break
‘Tis the season for televised football; Tom Earnshaw takes a look at calls for a Premier League winter break
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The harsh decline of Wayne Rooney
Tom Earnshaw argues that Wayne Rooney's position at the top of football may be coming to an end, and soon.
The curious case of Bastian Schweinsteiger
Kettle writer and Manchester United supporter Sam Hartford gives us a look into Bastian Schweinsteiger's short time in Manchester, and why he is way, way down the pecking order under new boss Mourinho.
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7 most expensive transfers of all time
With Pogba's rumoured move to Manchester United set to cost in excess of £100 million, our football editor Sam Hewitt looks back at seven of the craziest transfer fees to date.
Allardyce will bring steel to a young, fragile England
Former Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce has been appointed England manager, but is 'Big Sam' the right person to take our national team forward?
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7 reasons women’s football should get as much recognition as men’s
The England Women’s football team won the hearts of the nation after reaching the semi-finals of the FIFA World Cup 2015, yet women’s football gets nowhere near the attention, pay, or sponsorship that the men do.