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Samson should rethink Aluko snub

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 By PA Sport

FA chief executive Martin Glenn defended over Mark Sampson sacking

Mark Sampson's England contract was terminated on Wednesday.

Baroness Sue Campbell, the UK's head of women's football, has backed Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn over the sacking of England women's coach Mark Sampson.

Sampson's contract was terminated on Wednesday based on evidence of "inappropriate and unacceptable" behaviour in a previous role contained in a safeguarding report.

Glenn and FA chairman Greg Clarke are under fierce scrutiny over why it took so long to sack the 34-year-old in relation to allegations first reported to the FA...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

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...

Samson should rethink Aluko snub

Eniola Aluko of England is challenged by Melisa Hasanbegovic of Bosnia during a UEFA Women's European Championship Qualifier in 2016.
Eniola Aluko of England is challenged by Melisa Hasanbegovic of Bosnia during a UEFA Women's European Championship Qualifier in 2016.

''Commiserations tonight England. Some great performances all tournament,'' Eniola Aluko tweeted just after the Three Lionesses' heartbreaking 3-0 semifinal defeat by the Netherlands, 2017 UEFA Women's Euro hosts and eventual finalists.

It had been 149 days since an England defeat -- a 1-0 defeat by Germany in the SheBelieves Cup in March --  with the team winning eight and drawing one of their nine games since.

This time, Aluko's role wasn't going to be leading her national team's attack against...

 By AAP

Australia targets world No. 1 spot after United States, Japan wins

Samantha Kerr scored a first-half hat trick to lift Australia to their second straight Tournament of Nations victory.
Australia began the Tournament of Nations on a high note, beating the United States for the first time ever.

World-beating performances from the Matildas should no longer surprise -- star striker Sam Kerr says they should be expected.

And coach Alen Stajcic says the Australian women's soccer team should be feared.

Results at this week's Tournament of Nations in the United States suggests the Matildas have arrived.

On Thursday, Australia defeated the hosts and world's No.1-ranked side for the first time in 27 meetings.

Yesterday, Kerr's first-half hat trick inspired the Matildas to belt Asian powerhouse...