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Poland FA chief Zbigniew Boniek wants 2018 World Cup moved

UK Member of Parliament Damian Collins has called for more pressure to be put on FIFA's corporate sponsors, in an attempt to force a change in workers' rights in Qatar.

Zbigniew Boniek, the former Poland international who is now chairman of the Polish Football Association, has called for Russia to be stripped of the 2018 World Cup because of its involvement in the Ukraine civil war.

Boniek, who played at Juventus alongside UEFA president Michel Platini, said he will make his position clear at FIFA's Congress in Zurich next week.

His is the first association to call for such action by FIFA, though politicians including Britain's new sports minister Tracey Crouch...

One man dead, 14 police injured in violence at Polish league match

A man died after being hit by a rubber bullet while 14 police officers were injured in clashes that erupted on Saturday during a Polish league match in the south of the country.

Supporters of the local Concordia Knurow team stormed onto the pitch during the first half against Ruch Radzionkow, with the home team trailing 4-1.

A 27-year-old man was struck by a rubber bullet on the neck when police fired at the attackers. More rioting broke out around the hospital, where the man was pronounced dead.

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Ireland's Martin O'Neill admits they must beat Scotland for Euro chance

Irish substitute Shane Long delivers a 90th-minute equaliser sees this crucial Group D match end in a 1-1 draw.

Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill was full of praise for his team's stirring fight back in their 1-1 draw with Poland on Sunday, but he admitted their hopes of qualifying for Euro 2016 may now rest on their next qualifier.

O'Neill believes his side now need to beat Scotland in June to keep alive their hopes of automatic qualification for the finals in France next year, but he took huge encouragement from an uplifting second-half display that was given a finishing flourish by Shane Long's...

Euro qualifying: Vulnerable favorites, dangerous sleepers

Could Eden Hazard and Belgium be in danger of missing the 2016 Euros?
Could Eden Hazard and Belgium be in danger of missing the 2016 Euros?

Aside from the World Cup, the European championship is the most competitive tournament in the world. The tournament features some of the globe's best players, and the upcoming 2016 competition in France will serve as an indicator of which teams are poised to excel at the 2018 World Cup.

The current crop of 53 eligible teams is split into nine groups, with the group winners, runners-up and the best third-placed team earning a tournament berth. The eight remaining third-placed teams face off in a playoff to determine the last four teams to join the host nation in the 24-team field. While this week marks the halfway point in the qualification process for most nations, there are some teams that already stand out for either playing above or below their expected standard.

Here is a look at three Euro 2016 contenders that are showing signs of vulnerability and could be in danger of not qualifying, along with three overachieving teams that could be dangerous sleepers to not only earn a berth to the tournament but make waves at the Euros.


Vulnerable favorites

Belgium | Qualifying record: 1-0-2 (win-loss-draw) | Group rank: 4th

Snapshot: Belgium, which is fourth in Group B, will battle Bosnia-Herzegovina, Wales and Israel for the top spots.

Belgium started strong with a 6-0 opening win over Andorra but subsequent draws against Bosnia-Herzegovina and Wales have raised questions about how the team uses its attacking resources. ...