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The English title drama fizzled out early this year but actions off the pitch this week have more than made up for that.
Joanna Tilley meets one of the trailblazers for women in football - UEFA's first female executive member Karen Espelund.
Italy were superb against Germany but it was a performance to marvel over rather than dissect writes Joanna Tilley.
Following Ukraine's disallowed goal at Euros, we look at arguments for and against introducing goal-line technology.
Following Ukraine's disallowed goal at Euros, we look at arguments for and against introducing goal-line technology.
A national side needs a home-grown manager to bring out the passion and pride, writes Joanna Tilley.
England supporter Joanna Tilley writes about how the national team enter the international fray more quietly than ever.
Twitter is alive with the noise of Kenny Dalglish's departure but is it a forum we should be taking too seriously?
Everything seems to be under control as LOCOG mark 100 days until the Games – so sadly no need for the Brits to grumble.
Chelsea's Russian owner had to act fast to keep up with the demands of the English Premier League, writes Joanna Tilley.
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