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Jack Charlton: England World Cup winner dies aged 85

Jack Charlton, a World Cup winner with England and a former Republic of Ireland manager, has died aged 85. Charlton, the elder brother of Bobby, played 35 times for England as a central defender, including all six matches at the 1966 World Cup. He spent his whole playing career at …

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Eddie Jones: 'I've got a soft spot for New Zealand'

England have booked a place in the Rugby World Cup semi-finals for the first time in 12 years with a thrilling and highly competitive 40-16 win against Australia in Oita. “The good news for us is we can still improve,” said England coach Eddie Jones after masterminding victory against his …

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Women's World Cup 2019: our quick guide to the tournament

The Women’s World Cup has begun with hosts France sweeping aside South Korea 4-0 in the first match of the group stages. Going into the tournament, England are one of the favourites – although they’ll face tough opposition from defending champions USA, plus France, Netherlands and Germany. Last time out, …

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Women's world cup 2019: our quick guide to the tournament

The Women’s World Cup kicks off on Friday 7 as the hosts, France, welcome South Korea. Going into the tournament Phil Neville’s England are one of the favourites, although they’ll face tough opposition from defending champions USA, plus France, Netherlands and Germany. Last time out, England reached the semi-finals before …

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Women's world cup 2019: our quick guide to the tournament

The Women’s World Cup kicks off on Friday 7 as the hosts, France, welcome South Korea. Going into the tournament Phil Neville’s England are one of the favourites, although they’ll face tough opposition from defending champions USA, plus France, Netherlands and Germany. Last time out, England reached the semi-finals before …

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Women's world cup 2019: talking points

The Women’s World Cup kicks off on Friday 7 June as the opening fixtures sees hosts, France, welcome South Korea. Going into the tournament Phil Neville’s England are one of the favourites, although they’ll face tough opposition from defending champions USA, France, Netherlands and Germany. Last time out England reached …

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