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Premier League: Susanna Dinnage to succeed Richard Scudamore as chief executive | Football | The Guardian
She will replace Richard Scudamore as the Premier League’s chief executive when he steps down at the end of the year.

Richard Scudamore: Premier League clubs asked for £250,000 towards £5m bonus - BBC Sport
Premier League clubs are asked for a £250,000 contribution in order to give outgoing executive chairman Richard Scudamore a £5m farewell gift.

The next goal for women’s football is to help clubs balance the books | Suzanne Wrack | Football | The Guardian
The women’s professional clubs are too reliant on financial support from parent clubs, and too many have worrying losses.

Uefa warns Manchester City it could reopen FFP investigation from 2014 | Football | The Guardian
Uefa has warned Manchester City it may reopen its 2014 Financial Fair Play (FFP) investigation into the club.

Caitlin Foord sparks goal rush as Matildas crush Chile | Football | The Guardian
After falling to a shock defeat in Penrith on Saturday, a degree of order was restored with Foord scoring a hat-trick in Newcastle.

Scotland 0-1 USA: Shelley Kerr's side slip to defeat in Paisley - BBC Sport
Scotland are unable to avoid a first defeat in six games.

Manchester United Ashley Young wants first team assurances before signing new deal sources
Ashley Young will want to ensure he will be part of Jose Mourinho's first-team plans before penning a new contract at Man United.

So it was bullsh*t? Besiktas want Karius permanently - Football365
Besiktas want to sign Liverpool's Loris Karius on a permanent transfer, says the Turkish club's president.

Jose Mourinho has all of the excuses, but none of the answers – and this will all end badly | FourFourTwo
Manchester United’s under-fire manager came out swinging after derby defeat on Sunday, but his shtick is merely trying to hide the ugly truth.