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Jack Grealish still not cleared to play for England, FIFA confirms

Remi Garde confirms Jack Grealish has been dropped from Aston Villa's squad following reports of nightclub visits.

Almost two months after pledging his allegiance to England, Jack Grealish is still not eligible to represent the country of his birth, FIFA has confirmed.

When Saturday comes, two months will have passed since Solihull-born Grealish declared he wanted to switch his allegiance from the Republic of Ireland to England after holding talks with Roy Hodgson.

The midfielder played at youth level for the Republic of Ireland through his grandparents, but Hodgson told the 20-year-old he had the potential to...

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Arsene Wenger's doping comments to be discussed with FA chairman Dyke

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said he is unhappy with UEFA's doping rules.

Football Association chairman Greg Dyke wants to talk to Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger about his recent comments on doping.

Wenger said in a recent interview with L'Equipe Sport and Style that he had never instructed one of his players to take a performance-enhancing substance, but suggested he had come up against opposition who may have done so.

The Frenchman isn't satisfied with the level of testing being done to catch dopers in football, and has called for blood testing to be the norm as the sport...

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FA recommends concussed players out 19 days before playing again

The Football Association has released new guidelines that say players who suffer a concussion should not return to games for 19 days at the earliest.

The recommendations also say any player who is suspected of suffering a concussion should be immediately removed from action for the rest of the day.

As part of the guidelines, a player would not train or participate in any team activities for a full two weeks after the concussion.

If symptom-free at that point, the injured player may start walking...

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England's new generation can match the likes of Gerrard, Terry - Hodgson

Louis van Gaal praises the work rate from Jesse Lingard, who returns from his first England call-up.

Roy Hodgson has backed England's new crop of stars to enjoy long international careers like many of the country's golden generation.

England rounded off 2015 in the best way possible on Tuesday with a 2-0 victory over France at Wembley.

The circumstances may have dictated that France were, understandably, not playing at their best, but the result was an eye-catching one -- as was another statistic.

The average age of Hodgson's starting XI at Wembley was 24 years and 113 days. It was the youngest...

Jesse Lingard to reap rewards of England call-up - Louis van Gaal

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Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal believes Jesse Lingard will benefit from the experience of his first England call-up.

Lingard, 22, an under-21 international, was added to Roy Hodgson's squad for Tuesday's 2-0 friendly win over France, in which he was an unused substitute.

The winger has only played 193 minutes of Premier League football but Hodgson turned to him when injuries ruled out players including Theo Walcott, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Danny Welbeck, Daniel Sturridge, Jamie Vardy,...