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The FA expects Hodgson to split his time between St George's and Wembley once he takes up the post

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The Rugby Football Union will decide on whether Stuart Lancaster is the right man to lead England on a full-time basis before the end of his RBS 6 Nations audition.

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Fabio Capello has quit as England manager, the Football Association announced tonight.

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Fabio Capello will have talks with Football Association chairman David Bernstein later this week over his public criticism of the governing body with the two sides still not yet reconciled on the issue of John Terry's sacking as captain.

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The NFL says the St Louis Rams have agreed to play regular season games in London for the next three years, first facing the New England Patriots in 2012.

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