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Wales boss Chris Coleman slams Sam Allardyce's calls for a Team GB reunion

Is Sam Allardyce about to recall John Terry to the England squad? We look at the pros and cons of the former England captain.

Wales manager Chris Coleman has hit back at Sam Allardyce's call for a Team GB football side to play at future Olympic Games.

England boss Allardyce backed the return of a British Olympic football team after men's and women's sides were not entered at Rio 2016.

Great Britain entered teams into London 2012, but the home nation associations insisted that was purely to support the host country and saw the occasion strictly as a one-off.

However, Bill Sweeney, the British Olympic Association's chief...

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Great Britain to hold talks on entering football team at 2020 Olympics

Michael Eaves reports from Rio, where Brazil won their first Olympic gold medal for soccer, on how the country has reacted.

Great Britain could again take part in the football tournament at the next Olympic Games in 2020, according to British Olympic Association chief executive Bill Sweeney.

Britain made an exception when entering men's and women's teams for the 2012 Olympics in London after having ceased to compete in the tournament after 1974, when rules were changed to allow professionals to take part.

Despite the English FA having been keen to see Team GB represented in the football tournament at the Rio Olympics...

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Scottish FA speaks out against FA's idea for Team GB 2016 Olympic sides

The Stuart Pearce-coached Great Britain side made the Olympic quarterfinals in 2012.

The Scottish Football Association (SFA) has followed the Football Association of Wales (FAW) in speaking out against the Football Association's proposal for Great Britain teams at the 2016 Olympics.

The FA had originally ruled out entering male and female Great Britain teams in Rio de Janeiro but has since written to the Scottish, Northern Irish and Welsh associations asking if they would like to take part.

That move caused some anger at the FAW, which fears it may threaten its independent status...