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Andros Townsend steps up for Everton in win over Norwich as Toffees dream of European football after taking victories in opening three home games for the first time since 1989
Everton fans might revel in the club breaking new ground, but Rafa Benitez cannot. For the first time since 1989, Goodison Park has witnessed victories in its first three matches.
European Club Association labels FIFA's biennial World Cup plans 'destructive' for club football
Europes clubs and leagues are united in their opposition to the plans, which include playing a World Cup every two years and reducing the number of in-season international breaks; UEFA also criticised
"Enjoy your moment but you won't play such a poor team" - Graeme Souness slams Arsenal fans and refers to football as a 'fickle' game
Former Liverpool manager and Tottenham fan Graeme Souness has criticized Arsenal fans for their antics during the north London derby against Tottenham.
Ryder Cup 2021 LIVE: Latest scores and updates from USA vs Europe singles matches
Follow all the action as Europe attempt to pull off the greatest comeback in Ryder Cup history at Whistling Straits on Sunday. Padraig Harrington’s side head into the singles 11-5 down, despite a valiant display yesterday afternoon to take two points from the fourballs.
Arsenal 5-0 Manchester City: After the men humble Tottenham, the women overtake their local rivals and top the WSL after thrashing one of their fellow title contenders
Arsenal now have three wins from three following strikes from Vivianne Miedema, Kim Little, Katie McCabe and Leah Williamson.
Football: European clubs call for talks with Fifa amid plans for biennial World Cup
The European Club Association has said it is willing to "engage" with Fifa over potential changes to the international calendar but has hit out at world football's governing body for its attempts to introduce a biennial World Cup.
Football fans to get veto over clubs joining breakaway competitions after hated European Super League bid
Proposals for a ‘golden share’ that gives supporters’ groups power to protect their clubs are being developed by a fan-led review set up in the wake of the debacle
European football setting foundations for the future
UEFA and European football’s major stakeholders held positive discussions at the Convention on the Future of European Football on Thursday and Friday this week. The two-day gathering marked the start of a landmark consultation process to unite European football and strengthen the future of the game for the benefit of all.