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Mauricio Pochettino slams Tottenham’s lack of fight after defeat at Leicester | Football | The Guardian
Welp, guess that power shift will have to wait.

How to get more women into football (and football journalism)? Derby may have the answer | Football | The Guardian
A pioneering scheme run by Derby County Ladies in partnership with the local university is offering promising female players the chance to have a career in the game

Football’s gender pay gap worse than in politics, medicine and space | Football | The Guardian
Salary survey finds combined pay of those in top seven women’s football leagues equals that of Neymar.

Yet another article on Expected Goals
Advanced stats are here to stay, so instead of arguing about their necessity, let’s use that energy to push them forward and make them useful.

Referees can stop games over discriminatory or racist incidents at World Cup - BBC Sport
Referees to have the power to stop or abandon World Cup matches in Russia if racist or discriminatory incidents take place.

England Women 5-0 Kazakhstan Women - BBC Sport
England score four goals in 12 minutes as they thrash Kazakhstan to maintain their perfect start to World Cup qualifying.

FIFA unveil official 2018 World Cup poster days before the draw
Each World Cup has had a poster specially designed, with the latest installment featuring a Soviet-era aesthetic and goalkeeping legend Lev Yashin.