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FIFA opens disciplinary case against Cameroon

Kate Markgraf explains why Phil Neville's comments about Cameroon's behaviour were a distraction from England's performance in their 3-0 win.

FIFA opened disciplinary proceedings against Cameroon after their 3-0 loss to England in the round of 16 of the Women's World Cup on Sunday, during which members of the team became upset following two VAR decisions.

Several Cameroon players remonstrated with the referee and for a long time refused to restart the match after England's second goal was ruled offside and then allowed after a VAR review.

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French heatwave 'no problem' for prepared England

Kate Markgraf explains why Phil Neville's comments about Cameroon's behaviour were a distraction from England's performance in their 3-0 win.

LE HAVRE, France -- France is braced for a heatwave but England manager Phil Neville is adamant it will not affect their plans to play high tempo football in their Women's World Cup quarterfinal having prepared for these record-high temperatures thanks to prolonged spells in saunas.

The Lionesses have said all along they are the best prepared team ever to try and win the Women's World Cup.

Schools in some regions of France are closing on Thursday as temperatures are set to push 45C while...

England squad hit by virus, Bright 'major doubt'

Kate Markgraf explains why Phil Neville's comments about Cameroon's behaviour were a distraction from England's performance in their 3-0 win.

LE HAVRE, France -- England's preparations for their Women's World Cup quarterfinal against Norway have been hit by a virus doing the rounds with defender Millie Bright a concern for Thursday's game.

Bright and captain Steph Houghton are both "major doubts," according to manager Phil Neville.

"Steph [is a doubt] because of the tackle, we are hoping she takes part in some training today, that is the key for Steph," Neville said. "Millie has got a virus that is going a little bit through the camp...

Bolt shames Carragher with goal in charity game

Usain Bolt scored a fine goal in a UNICEF Soccer Aid charity match as his World XI side beat England on penalties after a 2-2 draw on Sunday.

The world's fastest failed in an attempt to become a professional football player after retiring from athletics in 2017, having an unsuccessful trial with Australian A-League team Central Coast Mariners, but after announcing that his "sports life is over" in January 2019, he has now showed people that he's still got a bit of life left on the pitch.

The 14th...