Glenn Moore

Glenn Moore is Football Editor for The Independent and a Uefa B licence holder.

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Grassroots football in crisis, part 1: The kids

In the first of a two part investigation, Glenn Moore looks at the grim reality facing a children’s football league where players and organisers have to endure dreadful facilities, unplayable pitches and a shameful lack of financial support

Rio Ferdinand with his step-sisters at the launch of his book at the May Fair Hotel, London

Rio Ferdinand book: Two sides of Rio as Peckham boy meets glitz and glamour at launch

QPR defender releases his second tome

Leonardo Ulloa (far left) has excelled for Leicester this season while Burnley have missed the goals of Sam Vokes and the likes of Lukas Jutkiewicz (right) have failed to find the net
Rio Ferdinand has insisted he did ‘not have a feud’ with Kick It Out,

Rio Ferdinand on Kick It Out row: Defender claims he does not ‘have a feud’ with anti-racism campaign

The QPR player believes his younger brother Anton should have received more support when John Terry faced charges for alleged racist abuse

Ryan Mason challenges Mesut Ozil

Arsenal vs Tottenham reaction: Mauricio Pochettino lets local lad Ryan Mason make his mark

The youngster played his part in the north London derby

Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur match report: Mauricio Pochettino makes his point for Spurs

Arsenal 1 Tottenham 1: But Oxlade-Chamberlain strikes late to deny the Spurs manager victory in the North London derby

Stewart Downing
Cesar Azpilicueta

Cesar 'Dave' Azpilicueta shows the attitude to delight Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho

Chelsea fans joke his name is too hard to pronounce but his determination to fit in has made the right-footed Spanish defender their regular left-back. He tells Glenn Moore how versatility is a virtue

A fans’ poll revealed that the majority of those questioned wanted Alan Pardew to be sacked

Analysis: Is Paul Lambert or Alan Pardew the better manager?

The Weekend Dossier: Plotting wage bills against league position shows it is not always easy to work out

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