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Phil Neville: Chelsea’s Eniola Aluko could earn England Women recall

Phil Neville has said Chelsea striker Eni Aluko, who has not played for the England women's national team since she accused former manager Mark Samson of racial abuse, could earn a recall to the side.

Lianne Sanderson opens door to England and FA for reintegration

Lianne Sanderson is open to playing for England again after the FA apologised to Eni Aluko, but says a lot of changes need to be made.

Marley hired as interim England women’s coach

Mo Marley has been hired interim head coach of England women’s national team following the controversial departure of Mark Sampson.

Mark Sampson sacked as England women’s manager

Mark Sampson has been dismissed as manager of England women’s team, over “inappropriate and unacceptable behaviour” relating to his time in charge at Bristol Academy.

Chelsea commend Aluko after racism claims

Sampson, 34, has been cleared of wrongdoing by two investigations and vehemently denies the claims made by former England forward Aluko, 30.

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