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The English Football Association apologized Thursday to the city of Liverpool and the families of 96 fans who died in the Hillsborough stadium tragedy in 1989, Britain's worst sports disaster.
England's national team is back in the hands of an Englishman _ although one who spent the biggest part of his coaching career abroad.
At least three managers are on England's shortlist and its soccer association could appoint Fabio Capello's successor to coach the national team as soon as next month.
British Prime Minister David Cameron asked England's soccer leaders Wednesday to provide a plan against racism in the sport after a series of high-profile cases involving the Premier League.
Harry Redknapp said Friday his focus remains on Tottenham's pursuit of Champions League qualification _ until an approach is made for the vacant England coaching job.
The head of the English Football Association says he will not rush to hire Fabio Capello's successor ahead of this year's European Championship.
The soap opera of English soccer reached yet another a noisy climax Wednesday when national team coach Fabio Capello quit angrily just eight hours after potential successor Harry Redknapp was cleared in a London court of tax evasion charges.
Fabio Capello quit as England's national team coach on Wednesday just four months before the European Championship, angry the Football Association removed John Terry as captain.
England called off a soccer exhibition Wednesday against the Netherlands because of concerns about player safety amid a wave of rioting and looting across London, which also threatens the staging of Premier League matches this weekend.
England called off Wednesday's soccer exhibition against the Netherlands because of concerns about player safety amid the wave of rioting and looting across London.
The English Football Association has called on FIFA to postpone Wednesday's presidential election in the wake of the bribery scandal that led to Sepp Blatter's only challenger withdrawing.
Marcelo Bielsa resigned Friday as Chile's soccer coach, ending a three-month saga over his future.