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FA's Martin Glenn says FIFA needs a reformer

Outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter could be interviewed by Swiss authorities investigating potential fraud surrounding the awarding of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
Switzerland's attorney general said his investigation into possible money laundering incidents relating to the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding contests would not exclude interviewing FIFA president Sepp Blatter and Secretary-General Jerome Valcke.
The ESPN FC crew respond to reports that Sepp Blatter is considering running for FIFA president again, while Shaka Hislop is not surprised in the least bit.

Sepp Blatter's successor as FIFA president must ensure fundamental changes are made to the world governing body, according to the FA's new chief executive Martin Glenn.

Glenn said UEFA president Michel Platini would be a "popular'' choice but that reforms of FIFA were just as important as the identity of the next president.

Blatter announced on June 2 he is to step down as president between December and March following the corruption crisis that has rocked FIFA.

Glenn, who took over as England FA...

 By Mike Whalley

Liverpool approach England U19s coach Sean O'Driscoll for assistant role

Sean O'Driscoll was appointed England Under-19s head coach in 2014.

Liverpool are hoping to appoint England Under-19 head coach Sean O'Driscoll as their new assistant manager, sources have told ESPN FC.

O'Driscoll, who turns 58 on Wednesday, is expected to leave his current role to join manager Brendan Rodgers' staff at Anfield.

Liverpool have been looking for a new assistant manager since Colin Pascoe was sacked on June 6, following an end-of-season review by American owners Fenway Sports Group.

They have turned to O'Driscoll, who has only been in charge of England's...

 By PA Sport

England legend Jimmy Greaves 'fighting fit' after severe stroke

With the news of England legend Jimmy Greaves suffering a stroke, ESPN FC's Paul Mariner recalls his boyhood idol's best playing moments.

Former England and Tottenham striker Jimmy Greaves is "feeling good" as he recovers from a severe stroke.

The 75-year-old was admitted to intensive care on May 3 but left hospital just over a month later and is now in a rehabilitation unit.

Greaves, who also suffered a minor stroke in 2012, received messages of support from across the football world after it emerged he had been hospitalised and he is now determined to get as well as he can.

"I should be dead," he told the Sunday People. "But I'm...

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England under-21s' Gareth Southgate wants to reconsider selection policies

A brace from Marco Benassi earned Italy a 3-1 victory over England but was not enough to advance to the semi-finals of the U-21 European Championships.

Gareth Southgate admits England may have to reassess their selection policy after exiting the Under-21 European Championship without a string of eligible senior internationals.

The Young Lions' 3-1 capitulation against Italy on Wednesday evening saw them crash out at the group stage for the third successive finals.

It is a difficult pill to swallow after another impressive qualification campaign and has again led to questions over the decision to overlook senior internationals.

Raheem Sterling, Jack...

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England on track to win 2022 World Cup, say Ashworth and Southgate

A brace from Marco Benassi earned Italy a 3-1 victory over England but was not enough to advance to the semi-finals of the U-21 European Championships.

Football Association technical director Dan Ashworth and England Under-21s head coach Gareth Southgate both believe the country remains on course to win the World Cup in 2022.

That target was set by FA chairman Greg Dyke shortly after his appointment two years ago, but it is a goal which looks less likely to be met as each summer passes.

The Three Lions' abysmal World Cup display in Brazil has been followed up by more disappointment this summer, with the under-21s once more exiting at the group-stage...