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Qatar 2022: Greg Dyke labels winter World Cup 'the best of the bad options'

FA chairman warns of mass disruption to November/December tournament

Sepp Blatter

Qatar 2022: Fifa task force recommends 'shorter' World Cup in November/December to avoid intense heat

Fifa task force recommends World Cup tin November

The proposed Doha Port Stadium

World Cup 2022: Shortened tournament in Qatar mooted with November/December tournament set to be agreed

The tournament could be cut short to minimise disruption to domestic leagues

Wayne Rooney celebrates a goal for England

England can win Euro 2016 - if they don't we 'we might as well all give up', says Harry Redknapp

Former QPR manager says tournament in France represents excellent opportunity for first major trophy since 1966

Luis Figo is one of Sepp Blatter’s three opponents in the May election

Figo pledges Fifa must 'give back' – to the sum of £675m as he launches Presidential bid

Portuguese legend wants 48-team World Cups if elected president

England manager Roy Hodgson

Roy Hodgson reveals he was in 'semi-retirement' before Mohamed Al-Fayed persuaded him to become Fulham manager

Hodgson was about to become 'presidential adviser' to Internazionale owner Massimo Moratti before taking the Fulham job that lead to being named England manager

Alex Morgan rises above the England defence to score the only goal of the game

Uninspired England left undone by Morgan

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Jack Wilshere in action against Scotland in November. Controversy about the midfielder and smoking will not affect his prospects for England’s next fixtures, says manager Roy Hodgson

Jack Wilshere: Roy Hodgson reveals his own shisha session as he forgives Arsenal midfielder for latest 'smoking' controversy

The England manager said hookah gave him 'a faint fruity taste in the mouth'

Rooney has operated in midfield for Manchester United under Louis van Gaal

Wayne Rooney will be used as striker for England, despite dropping to midfield for Manchester United, says Roy Hodgson

Rooney has operated in midfield for Manchester United under Louis van Gaal

Dider Drogba watches the decisive penalty in the African Cup of Nations final

African Cup of Nations 2015: Didier Drogba goes bonkers as Ivory Coast beat Ghana in dramatic penalty shoot-out

But not everyone at the Chelsea striker's party was supporting the Elephants

Barry scored the decisive penalty for Ivory Coast

Ghana vs Ivory Coast match report: Boubacar Barry wins African Cup of Nations for Ivory Coast after penalty shoot-out

Barry was only playing because first-choice Sylvain Gbohouo was injured

A Ghanaian fan cheers for his team

Ghana vs Ivory Coast: African Cup of Nations match preview

A look ahead to tonight’s Africa Cup of Nations Final at Estadio de Bata

Wilfried Bony had not scored in this year’s African Cup of Nations until his two headed goals

Ghana vs Ivory Coast African Cup of Nations preview: Elephants braced for Black Stars

Both sides hoping to end run of near-misses

Trouble in the crowd during Ghana’s riot-hit semi-final victory over Equatorial Guinea at the African Cup of Nations

African Cup of Nations: Rioting and fines steal limelight from final

Equatorial Guinea and Morocco both receive fines

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Jose Mourinho shakes hands with his father, Mourinho Felix, during the former’s days as Porto coach
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Ashes 2015: Test series looks a lost cause for England... whoever takes over as ECB director of cricket

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Whoever takes over as ECB director of cricket, says Stephen Brenkley
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Fishing is on Nigel Farage's mind

Ukip leader casts a line to the disaffected
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China's influence on fashion

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