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European leagues set to agree to switch
Former England manager also believes quality coaching at a young age is crucial in the development of homegrown talent
Manchester United defender feels chances of international success has been hampered with the influx of overseas players
The Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse believes England can win the World Cup in 2022, with the current crop of young players able to “reach the stars”.
Thank God for Greg Dyke advising us to put away all thoughts of lifting the World Cup before 2022
Regular Radio 4 listeners will already know The Reunion, the programme that has been picking at old scabs and offering moist-eyed snapshots of times gone by since 2006. It's about revisiting crowning glories and ghastly calamities of old, with the wonderful, and sometimes awful, benefit of hindsight. Like Desert Island Discs, it has a distinct format: a group of people are brought together to recall a shared moment in their lifetimes. Unlike DID, however, there is more scope for sadness, for joy, or for sheer, red-faced fury.
Richard Scudamore says logistics are extremely difficult
Football's governing body sends best wishes following birth of prince
While scandal can bring down the powerful, others feel they have to make a stand
The former second-in-command at the BBC got a redundancy payment of around £950,000 when he left the corporation last month, according to reports.
"Nothing to add to evidence to inquiry. Dossier not case for war." (Alastair Campbell, Twitter, May 12 2011.) "Alastair Campbell said to the Inquiry that the purpose of the Dossier was "not to make a case for war". I had no doubt at the time that this was exactly its purpose...." (Major-General Michael Laurie's letter 0f 27.1.10 to the Chilcot enquiry, released on Thursday, 15 months later.)
The Monday Interview: As the new British Film Institute chairman, Greg Dyke tells Rob Sharp how he hopes to keep the industry in Oscar-winning form
Brit-flick SoulBoy has black music but a white cast. That's a poor reflection of our multi-cultural country, says Paul McKenzie
The UK premiere of An Education – based on the childhood memoirs of journalist Lynn Barber with a screenplay by Nick Hornby – was a highlight of the London Film Festival this week.
Angry Sikhs besiege Asian Network over Muslim's 'joke'
From Ross and Brand to expenses, via top-slicing and the Gaza appeal row, the BBC's director general has been resolute and stood his ground