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England women gift France win as Lee Kendall absent from bench

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England Women crashed to a late defeat in France as their first match since Mark Sampson's sacking failed to bring any feel-good factor after another damaging week for the national side.

Interim manager Mo Marley, hoping to create some positive, sporting headlines following the explosive session in front of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee, saw a goalkeeping error from Siobhan Chamberlain gift Viviane Asseyi an injury-time winner in Valenciennes.

Absent from the bench was goalkeeping...

 By PA Sport

New England women's manager to be named by end of year - FA

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Mo Marley has been the interim England manager since Mark Sampson was sacked in September.

The Football Association plan to name Mark Sampson's permanent successor as England Women's manager by the end of the year.

The FA's head of women's football, Baroness Sue Campbell, revealed the timetable during the Lionesses' friendly against France.

Sampson was sacked in September for what the FA deemed "inappropriate and unacceptable behaviour'' in a previous role, leaving Mo Marley in interim charge.

She lead the side for the first time in Valenciennes and will also take charge of World Cup...

FA's Greg Clarke felt reforms would get him fired, John Amaechi says

Speaking to a UK parliamentary committee, former England footballer Eni Aluko says that FA chief exec Martin Glenn asked her to write 'a statement saying the FA were not institutionally racist' in order to receive the 2nd part of her financial settlement

Football Association chairman Greg Clarke told John Amaechi he would not risk pushing through reforms on diversity because it would get him "f---ing fired," the former NBA star has said.

Amaechi, a leading psychologist and expert on organisational change, said Clarke also claimed the government would never force the FA to act on homophobia because "we have all the power and FIFA would step in and call it government interference."

These alleged comments came during a "tense but civil" meeting at Amaechi's...

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Aluko praised for 'commitment to truth' as goalkeeping coach probed

Speaking to a UK parliamentary committee, former England footballer Eni Aluko says that FA chief exec Martin Glenn asked her to write 'a statement saying the FA were not institutionally racist' in order to receive the 2nd part of her financial settlement

Eni Aluko has been praised by Women in Football for her "immense courage" and "commitment to unearthing the truth" as England Women's goalkeeping coach Lee Kendall faces a Football Association investigation after being accused of repeatedly addressing her in a Caribbean accent.

Earlier this week, Chelsea forward Aluko told a Digital, Culture, Media and Sport committee hearing into her allegations of bullying and racism that the England women's goalkeeping coach put on the accent when speaking to...

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Sports minister calls FA's handling of Mark Sampson case a 'sorry saga'

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The FA hierarchy has been criticised over how they handled the case of England women's coach Mark Sampson.

Sports minister Tracey Crouch has described the Football Association's handling of the crisis surrounding ex-England women's team manager Mark Sampson as a "sorry saga."

Four senior FA officials were grilled by the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee on Wednesday, with MPs later suggesting they should all be considering their positions.

Crouch did not go that far, but, in a statement, she said: "I hope the FA learns lessons from this whole sorry saga to ensure that all in the sport...