Olympics puts spotlight on English football
English Premier League players are being warned to raise their game and improve their reputations.
Last Modified: 11 Aug 2012 12:04

The men's Olympic football final takes place at Wembley Stadium on Saturday with Brazil taking on Mexico.

But after the Games dust settles, all eyes will be on the English Premier League again.

The atmosphere and conduct of Olympians has earned high praise in the UK.

Now footballers are being warned to raise their game and improve their reputations.

Al Jazeera's Lee Wellings reports from Olympic Park in London.


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