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Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha reveals racist abuse over penalty | Football | The Guardian
Wilfried Zaha said he suffered racist abuse and threats to his family on social media following the Arsenal game.

Sam Kerr back in strong Matildas squad for Chile friendlies | Football | The Guardian
Sam Kerr will return for the Matildas in a full-strength line-up to play Chile in back-to-back matches on home soil later this month

Hibs manager Neil Lennon struck by coin in fiery Edinburgh derby draw | Football | The Guardian
Neil Lennon, manager of Hibernian, was hit by a coin after Hearts had a stoppage-time goal disallowed while the Hearts goalkeeper Zdenek Zlamal was also struck by an object

Brexit: What effect could leaving the European Union have on football transfers? - BBC Sport
With Britain set to leave the European Union during the current football season, how could Brexit affect transfers?

Copa del Rey: Clement Lenglet heads in late Barcelona winner at third-tier Cultural Leonesa - BBC Sport
Barcelona need an injury-time winner from Clement Lenglet to edge past third division side Cultural Leonesa in the first leg of the Copa del Rey.

Copa Del Rey: Melilla 0-4 Real Madrid - La Liga side win in Santiago Solari's first game - BBC Sport
Santiago Solari begins his interim spell in charge of Real Madrid with a comfortable Copa del Rey last-32, first-leg victory over UD Melilla.

Football at war with itself: Why the upcoming FIFA council could change the game forever
The FIFA Council meeting will discuss revamping the Club World Cup, but beneath the surface is a battle between FIFA and UEFA that could turn ugly.

FIFA braced for release of private info after cyberattack, hacking | SI.com
FIFA President Gianni Infantino is braced for a release of private information gained by hackers.