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Boothroyd to lead England U21s at Euros

 By PA Sport

Three brain injury charities tell FA to 'act now' on heading risk

Kieran Trippier
The potential risks of heading footballs has been called into question following a recent study.

Three brain injury charities have teamed up to tell the Football Association it must "act now" over funding and the starting of large-scale, independent research into the potential risks of heading the ball.

The joint call from the Child Brain Injury Trust, Headway and The Jeff Astle Foundation follows the publication of new research this week that suggested a possible link between heading a football and dementia, although the study was very small and limited in its findings.

It was, however, only...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Juan Mata row key in Mark Clattenburg quitting Premier League - Hackett

Shaka Hislop explains why he agrees with Mark Clattenburg's decision to leave the Premier League to officiate in Saudi Arabia.

Keith Hackett has blamed The Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) for Mark Clattenburg's decision to quit the Premier League and cited an incident with Juan Mata and John Obi Mikel as key in his thought process.

Clattenburg, who former referee's chief Hackett describes as "the world's best ref," has taken a senior role in Saudi Arabia.

But an incident in 2012, in which Clattenburg was alleged to have insulted Mata, then a Chelsea player, and racially abused John Obi Mikel, for which...

 By PA Sport

FA posts record turnover for 2015-16 despite England's Euros slump

England's Euro 2016 exit to Iceland did not hit the FA's profits.

The Football Association made a record amount of money in the 2015-16 season, allowing it to invest £125 million in the domestic game.

English football's governing body released its accounts for the year to July 31, 2016, which showed the resilience of the national team's brand despite a disappointing Euro 2016, as well as the FA's commercial strength.

Having lost £9m in 2015, the organisation made a £7m profit after tax last year, with turnover up £52m to £370m.

These positive...

 By PA Sport

World Cup winner George Cohen could donate brain for dementia research

George Cohen won 37 caps for England between 1964 and 1967.

George Cohen has told the Daily Mirror he is willing to donate his brain to science to aid research into dementia in ex-footballers.

A study published on Wednesday found that footballers who repeatedly head the ball can end up suffering from dementia.

Cohen, who played right-back when England won the World Cup at Wembley in 1966, and former Manchester United midfielder Pat Crerand have both agreed to have their brains examined after death to aid further research.

"Whatever will help, I mean why...

Russian hooligans warn England fans over 2018 World Cup violence

Gab Marcotti joins Alison Bender to discuss if the future of the Confederations Cup is in jeopardy.

Russian hooligans have warned England fans that they are "100 percent guaranteed'' to be targeted at the 2018 World Cup.

There were scenes of violence at Euro 2016 as supporters of the two countries clashed, with two England fans left in a critical condition after three days of violence in Marseille while a group of Russian fans charged at England supporters inside the Stade Velodrome.

Speaking to a BBC documentary, Russia's Hooligan Army, a hooligan known as "Vasily the Killer" was quoted in the...