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England women's boss Mark Sampson sacked over 'unacceptable behaviour'

Mark Sampson has said he did nothing wrong with regard to striker Eni Aluko.

England women's manager Mark Sampson has been sacked over "inappropriate and unacceptable behaviour" relating to his time in charge at Bristol Academy.

Sampson, 34, who led England to a 6-0 win over Russia in a World Cup qualifier on Tuesday, has been the subject of allegations of racism, harassment and bullying. But the decision to remove Sampson from the post is not in connection to that, and the Football Association said it "stands by the findings of the independent barrister Katharine Newton's...

 By PA Sport

Nobbs defends England women's celebration with coach Mark Sampson

England players celebrate the opening goal with under-fire boss Mark Sampson.

Jordan Nobbs has defended the England women's team's right to celebrate with manager Mark Sampson during their six-goal thrashing of Russia.

The Lionesses faced heavy criticism from former teammates Eni Aluko and Lianne Sanderson for rushing toward Sampson when Nikita Parris opened the scoring at Prenton Park on Tuesday.

The 11th-minute strike from Parris set England on course for a 6-0 win in their opening World Cup qualifying match.

But Aluko felt the message sent out by the exuberance showed...

 By PA Sport

England women's celebration surprises Mark Sampson, angers Eni Aluko

The England team rushed under-fire boss Mark Sampson to celebrate their first goal.

Mark Sampson said he was surprised England's players rushed towards him to celebrate the opening goal in Tuesday's 6-0 World Cup qualifying win over Russia, while Eni Aluko accused the England team of showing "disrespect."

Every member of the starting XI raced to the bench after Nikita Parris netted the 11th-minute opener, and the exuberant scenes sparked criticism from former striker Eni Aluko, the player whose allegations of racism, harassment and bullying led to Sampson's alleged conduct...

 By PA Sport

England women rout Russia to open World Cup qualifying

Jodie Taylor scored to help England open their campaign with a big win.

England's Lionesses delivered a public endorsement to under-pressure manager Mark Sampson in a 6-0 win over Russia at Prenton Park.

Goals from Nikita Parris, local favourite Jodie Taylor, Jordan Nobbs, Lucy Bronze and Toni Duggan, who struck twice, meant that for 90 minutes at least, Sampson could savour every moment of his job.

And there would have been no point sweeter for the 34-year-old Welshman than when the entire starting XI made a beeline for the bench to celebrate alongside him the 11th-minute...

 By PA Sport

Mark Sampson: Allegations probe not affecting England women's focus

Mark Sampson begin their World Cup qualifying campaign on Tuesday.

England women's manager Mark Sampson is confident the probe into allegations made against him and the accompanying furore has not disrupted his players' focus on their World Cup qualification campaign.

The Lionesses' quest to reach France in 2019 begins against Russia at Tranmere's Prenton Park on Tuesday, with the spotlight still very much on their manager following the claims of racism and bullying against him made by Eni Aluko, which Sampson denies.

An internal investigation and independent inquiry...