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£5m golden handshake opposed by Prem fans

Outgoing Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore will receive a "golden handshake" worth £5 million despite strong opposition from the Football Supporters' Federation (FSF), the league has confirmed.Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck suggested top division clubs should contribute £250,000 each...

England v USA: Can you name England team beaten by USA in 1993?

England will be strong favourites for their friendly against the USA at Wembley on Thursday.But in 1993, the USA shocked Graham Taylor's England in the US Cup.The Three Lions were missing a number of their big-name players, but can...

Quiz: Name XIs last time Republic of Ireland met Northern Ireland

The Republic of Ireland play Northern Ireland on Thursday in a Dublin friendly, their first meeting since May 2011.On that day the Republic won 5-0 against a weakened Northern Ireland in the one-off Nations Cup, also at the Aviva...

Prem clubs vote to use VAR from 2019-20

Premier League clubs have agreed in principle to introduce video assistant referees (VAR) from the start of next season.The Bundesliga, La Liga and Serie A are already using VAR, which allows disputed incidents to be reviewed with the use...

Woodward backs Mourinho despite ‘mixed’ start

Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has said the club are fully behind manager Jose Mourinho despite the "mixed" start to the Premier League.United are eighth in the Premier League after 12 games following Sunday's 3-1 defeat against Manchester...

United have money to win trophies – Woodward

Manchester United have the "financial strength" to get the club back contending for the biggest trophies at home and abroad, according to chief executive Ed Woodward.United have not won the Premier League title since 2013 and have not made...

£5m golden handshake opposed by Prem fans

The Football Supporters' Federation (FSF) has urged clubs not to contribute to a so-called "golden handshake" deal for outgoing Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore.Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck is reported to have suggested that top division clubs should contribute...

Foden signs new long-term City deal – source

Phil Foden has signed a new long-term contract with Manchester City, a source familiar with the negotiations told ESPN FC.The 18-year-old midfielder is highly regarded by City boss Pep Guardiola and is set to receive a significant pay rise...