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English football begins social media boycott

English football, including clubs in the Premier League and Women's Super League, has started a three-day boycott of social media.

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180dMark Ogden

English football to take social media boycott

English football, including clubs in the Premier League and Women's Super League, will undertake a three-day social media boycott next week.

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261dKathleen McNamee

Chelsea's Hayes on men's link: I'm happy here

Chelsea manager Emma Hayes has said she is not looking for another job after reports she is on the shortlist for the manager role at Wimbledon.

Fans share their experiences of discrimination in football (4:13)
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Marcotti breaks down the FA's post-Brexit transfer rules (1:17)
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345dJames Olley

PL's Masters 'confident' rescue package near

Premier League chief executive Richard Masters is "confident" a rescue package for the English Football League will be agreed soon.

Government assures 'no EFL clubs will be allowed to go bust' (2:21)
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Ogden: Clubs could be extinct by Christmas (2:17)
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Rosenior: Eliminate 'I told you so' stigma with Black managers (1:46)
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L1 Table

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Plymouth Argyle14851+1329
Sunderland12912+1228
Wycombe Wanderers13832+827
Wigan Athletic12813+1325
Rotherham United13733+1024
Milton Keynes Dons13643+622
Burton Albion14644-122
Oxford United13634+521
Sheffield Wednesday13553+220
Accrington Stanley13616-619
Bolton Wanderers14536-318
Cheltenham Town13535-618
Ipswich Town13454+617
AFC Wimbledon13454-117
Lincoln City13436-115
Cambridge United12363-215
Portsmouth13436-315
Morecambe13427-114
Gillingham14356-614
Fleetwood Town12345+113
Shrewsbury Town14329-1011
Charlton Athletic13238-89
Crewe Alexandra13157-138
Doncaster Rovers12219-157