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 By PA Sport

Increased reports of discrimination in football a good sign - FA's Mark Ives

The number of reported incidents of discrimination in English football rose by 21 percent last season to 887, according to figures released by the Football Association.

The number of complaints dealt with by anti-discrimination group Kick It Out also rose significantly, up 38 percent to 393.

High-profile incidents during the season included Mario Balotelli receiving a one-match ban for retweeting an image of racial stereotypes, Robert Huth being banned for two matches for taking part in a transgender...

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Harry Kane confident scoring for Spurs, England will continue to come

England striker Harry Kane says his teammates are aiming to seal qualification in style, with a win over San Marino in their Euro 2016 qualifying group.

Harry Kane has dismissed the idea that he is a one-season wonder and has backed himself to score prolifically for club and country this term.

Kane has experienced a quicker rise than any of his peers in the English game over the last 12 months.

The 22-year-old started last season as Tottenham's third-choice striker, but ended the campaign as the nation's new hero after scoring 32 goals, one of which came 79 seconds into his England debut against Lithuania in March.

Spurs have made him their go-to...

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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain on Gary Neville: 'He's my favourite pundit'

England midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has said that Wayne Rooney is more than likely to break the national all-time scoring record, when the Three Lions face San Marino in Euro 2016 qualifying on Saturday.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain insists no England player holds a grudge against Gary Neville despite his often cutting criticism of them on television.

Despite only being on our screens for four years, Neville has earned a reputation as one of the most forensic and tough-talking pundits around.

The former Manchester United captain has spared no mercy when analysing the performances of the best players and teams in the Premier League.

Some regard that as a conflict of interest because of his role within...

Andre Villas-Boas suspended six games for striking match official

Andre Villas-Boas will miss his team's match vs. CSKA Moscow while serving a six-game suspension.

MOSCOW -- Zenit St. Petersburg manager Andre Villas-Boas was suspended for six games by the Russian Football Union on Thursday for striking a match official.

After Villas-Boas was sent off during a 3-1 loss at home to Krylya Sovetov Samara on Saturday in the Russian Premier League, he was caught swearing in Russian on the TV broadcast as he confronted fourth official Ivan Saraev. They appeared to butt heads.

However, disciplinary commission head Artur Grigoryants said Villas-Boas "left his technical...

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Italy forward Graziano Pelle unsure if goal against Malta was legal

Graziano Pelle scored a late winner to give Italy three crucial points in a 1-0 victory over Malta in Euro 2016 qualifying Group H.

Italy forward Graziano Pelle said he's unsure if his winning goal should have counted in the Azzurri's 1-0 victory over Malta in their European Championships qualifier on Thursday.

It appeared that Pelle used his shoulder or arm to redirect in a cross from Antonio Candreva in the 69th minute of a match that Italy dominated. But it wasn't clear if the goal should have been disallowed.

"I don't remember whether I touched it with my arm. I'll have to see the replay too and then I'll tell you," Pelle...

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Gareth Southgate pleased with new recruits after friendly win vs. U.S.

19-year-old James Wilson started his England career in the style scoring the lone goal for the Three Lions in a 1-0 friendly win against the United States' Under-23 side in Preston.

England under-21 manager Gareth Southgate declared himself satisfied with his new recruits after their 1-0 win over a United States under-23 side at Preston.

Substitute James Wilson proved to be the difference with a 71st-minute close-range effort as the team warmed up for the start of their European Championship qualifying campaign in Norway on Monday.

"Given the short period of time the players have had with us they really took ideas on quickly,'' Southgate said after giving 11 players their debuts...