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Marvin Sordell: 'I felt dead inside. Writing is a way to get emotions out’ | Football | The Guardian
Marvin Sordell talks about football’s ‘ruthlessness’ and how writing and film-making has helped him.

Exclusive: Premier League clubs in rush to sign young talent before Brexit
Leading English clubs are preparing a scramble for the best teenage talent in Europe.

Hillsborough officer pleads not guilty to manslaughter charges | UK news | The Guardian
David Duckenfield formally enters plea over 95 charges relating to 1989 disaster.

Inside the MLS's strategy to become the 'sport of the new North America' | The Drum
The Drum finds out how America's premier soccer league is embracing marketing and technological innovation to win over a new generation of sports fans.

Front-office staffers cope with Crew SC relocation saga
Crew SC front-office staff members did not see it coming.

Who should be USWNT general manager? - Stars and Stripes FC
We’ve got a list of responsibilities and a general timeline. Now USSF needs candidates.

Uefa Nations League: Andre Silva scores as Portugal win without Cristiano Ronaldo - BBC Sport
Andre Silva strikes a stylish goal as Portugal take control of their Nations League group by beating a disjointed Italy in Lisbon.

England v Switzerland: Harry Kane to be rested for friendly - BBC Sport
England forward Harry Kane is to be rested by manager Gareth Southgate for Tuesday's friendly against Switzerland.

La Liga US game - players to have final say on Girona v Barcelona, says union - BBC Sport
Players will have the final say on plans to play Girona's 'home' match against Barcelona in Miami, according to the Spanish players' union.

Rupert Murdoch’s Manchester United? How BSkyB nearly bought the Red Devils | FourFourTwo
Twenty years ago, on a wave of TV money and digital fear, Sky tried to buy the world’s biggest club.

Football's marriage to gambling: Can we ever go back? - Football365
The very fabric of football is now intertwined with gambling. Can we ever go back?