Back-page headlines and transfer rumours from Friday's national newspapers...
Gareth Southgate insists England needs to get its "own house in order" in terms of tackling racism before taking aim at World Cup hosts Russia.
Southend manager Chris Powell has spoken of a "lost generation" of black players who were not given the opportunity to coach.
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Jordan Henderson will again wear the England skipper's armband against the Netherlands, but he won't be fussed if he is overlooked at the World Cup.
England U21 boss Aidy Boothroyd insists the country must learn the lessons of fast-tracking young stars too soon.
Paul Pogba is still "one of the best players in the world" despite his "complicated" situation at Manchester United, according to France captain Hugo Lloris.
Gianluigi Buffon hit back at critics after arriving in England by saying he has not returned to the Italy squad "to show myself off".
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England travel to the Netherlands on Friday as Gareth Southgate's side step up preparations for the World Cup.
Cardiff owner Vincent Tan has offered to reimburse the travel costs of fans who made their way to Derby.
Gareth Southgate believes England can use the potentially hostile reception in Russia as "extra motivation" at the World Cup.
Paul Sturrock has joined the Dundee United coaching staff on a temporary basis.
Oxford United have confirmed the appointment of Karl Robinson as their new manager.
Jack Wilshere has been ruled out of England's friendly with the Netherlands on Friday night in Amsterdam because of a knee injury.
England boss Gareth Southgate has confirmed Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford will start against the Netherlands.
Manchester United Women have the potential to be hugely successful, says former England goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis.
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany has challenged his team-mates to maintain their "mojo" as they enter the most crucial stage of the season.
Netherlands manager Ronald Koeman says he always expected Jordan Pickford to one day become England’s first choice goalkeeper.
French clubs Paris Saint-Germain and Marseille have been sanctioned by UEFA over their fans' behaviour in European competition earlier this month.
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