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Tottenham's Kane could return for England's Nations League matches

Shaka Hislop presents his weekly Power Rankings where Premier League sides have taken control of the top five, but will any claim top spot?
Shaka Hislop doesn't expect Tottenham to miss a beat should Harry Kane be ruled out for the rest of the season given Heung-min Son's scintillating form.
While Harry Kane's injury is a major concern for Tottenham, Craig Burley says it could also be a curveball for Pep Guardiola and Manchester City.

Tottenham Hotspur's England striker Harry Kane could be back from injury in time for the Nations League finals in June and will be doing everything possible to recover from his ankle problem, manager Mauricio Pochettino said on Friday.

The 25-year-old suffered what the north London club has described as significant ankle ligament damage in a challenge with Manchester City's Fabian Delph in their Champions League quarterfinal clash at Tottenham's new stadium on Tuesday.

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Performances for England helped convince Klopp to play Henderson further forward

Steve Nicol believes Jurgen Klopp has no choice but to start Mohamed Salah despite his continued struggles in Liverpool's win over Porto.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop breaks down the latest transfer rumours, including: Ruben Neves, Adrien Rabiot, Antonio Valencia and more.
Craig Burley and Ross Dyer work through the latest potential summer transfers, including Memphis Depay making his way to Anfield.

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson says performing well in an advanced midfield position for England helped convince manager Jurgen Klopp he could play a more attacking role for his club.

Klopp has used Henderson mainly as a defensive midfielder since taking charge of Liverpool, asking the 28-year-old to curb his attacking instincts and shield the back four.

"I can do both positions and [Klopp] sees I can do both, it's basically what he wants and needs," Henderson told reporters. "I felt more comfortable...

Tottenham's Rose: Racism fines same as I spend on night out

Shaka Hislop calls on UEFA to do more than assessing a monetary fine, following alleged racial abuse directed at England players in Montenegro.

Danny Rose has said racism will continue to be a problem in football as long as offending countries are fined what he would spend on a night out -- and he can't wait to see the back of the game.

The Tottenham left-back was among the England players targeted with chants by a section of home fans during the 5-1 Euro 2020 qualifying victory in Podgorica on March 25, and UEFA have since charged Montenegro with racist behaviour.

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England's big teams 'have got to open their stadiums' to women's game - Phil Neville

England women's national team head coach Phil Neville shares his expectations for the Lionesses ahead of this summer's World Cup in France.
Cameroon routed Mozambique 8-1 in their 2018 COSAFA Women's Cup tie at Wolfson Stadium in Nelson Mandela Bay, with Mpeh Bissong Christiane scoring a hat-trick.

England women's coach Phil Neville has called on the country's biggest clubs to host women's games at their main stadiums.

Attendance at women's games in Europe has grown this season, with 60,739 watching Atletico Madrid play Barcelona at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium in Madrid earlier this month, a record for a women's club soccer match.

Juventus Women set a record for a women's soccer match in Italy when 39,000 supporters attended their first game at the Turin club's Allianz stadium against...

Everton looking into alleged Jordan Pickford incident

Everton picked up their first win in London in over two years with a 2-0 victory against a listless West Ham side.
Relive the top stops from Week 31 of the 2018-19 Premier League season, including a pair of saves from Jordan Pickford in Everton's win over Chelsea.

Everton are investigating an alleged incident after video footage that claimed to show England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford involved in a street fight was widely shared online.

The Premier League team said in a brief statement Monday that it was "looking into the matter" after being made aware of the alleged incident "involving one of our players."

According to Britain's Press Association, the incident took place Sunday in Pickford's home city of Sunderland, where the goalkeeper, 25, spent the day...