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Tottenham Hotspur station is a bad idea | Brief letters

White Hart Lane | A hug that said it all | Car-free rambles | Solar power | Breakup songs | Brexit BrelI’m a long-term Tottenham resident and lifelong Spurs fan living just a few minutes’ walk from the stadium. There is no need to waste public money on…

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Tottenham Hotspur station is a bad idea | Brief letters

White Hart Lane | A hug that said it all | Car-free rambles | Solar power | Breakup songs | Brexit BrelI’m a long-term Tottenham resident and lifelong Spurs fan living just a few minutes’ walk from the stadium. There is no need to waste public money on…

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‘We just want to watch football’: Derry City caught in Brexit chaos

League of Ireland’s only Northern Ireland-based club kick off their season on Friday uncertain what the future holdsYou need wander only yards from the Brandywell Stadium to recognise Derry City’s position as no ordinary football club in no ordinary ar…

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How might Brexit affect teams in the Premier League?

The FA is calling for a reduction in the number of foreign players in the Premier League. Here’s how each team could be affectedBrexit-anxiety has engulfed businesses across the UK over the past few months, and when it comes to English football, the Pr…

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How might Brexit affect teams in the Premier League?

The FA is calling for a reduction in the number of foreign players in the Premier League. Here’s how each team could be affectedBrexit-anxiety has engulfed businesses across the UK over the past few months, and when it comes to English football, the Pr…

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Little Englandism after Brexit could endanger sport’s prowess and appeal | Sean Ingle

Elite level athletes and organisations have benefited from unfettered access to Europe; few are fully prepared for the ramifications of whatever happens on 29 MarchIt was during the death throes of the British empire that the penultimate high commissio…

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José Mourinho dancing on ice – at last, he’s served up something watchable | Marina Hyde

From his Russian tumble to a Spain prison sentence, the erstwhile United manager has had a dim week. At least it’s entertainingAfter so many years of refusing to give the public what they want, it’s great to see José Mourinho finally serving up somethi…

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‘Do your duty’: Boreham Wood FC demand MPs sort out Brexit

• National League side issue extraordinary 1,450-word statement• Club hit out at Neville Chamberlain and back a ‘NO DEAL’ BrexitNational League side Boreham Wood have called on MPs to vote down Theresa May’s Brexit deal and immediately begin working “n…

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David Squires on … football spying and Neil Warnock’s Brexit views

Our cartoonist looks at the off-field stories dominating the headlines at Leeds, Derby, Cardiff … and NewcastleTake a look through David’s archive of cartoons Continue reading…

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Cardiff City distance themselves from Neil Warnock’s comments on Brexit

• Bluebirds manager said he ‘couldn’t wait to get out’ of the EU• Cardiff say remarks ‘do not reflect political position’ of clubCardiff City have released a statement distancing themselves from manager Neil Warnock’s comments on Brexit, made after the…

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‘To hell with the rest of the world’: Neil Warnock attacks government’s handling of Brexit – video

Neil Warnock has used a post-match press conference to attack the government’s handling of Brexit negotiations – insisting a clean exit form the EU will be better for Britain ‘football-wise’, and ‘in every aspect’Neil Warnock on Brexit: ‘I can’t wait t…

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Neil Warnock on Brexit: ‘I can’t wait to leave. To hell with the rest of the world’

• Cardiff manager attacks government’s handling of Brexit talks• ‘I can’t wait to get out. We’re better off out of the bloody thing’Neil Warnock has used a post-match press conference to attack the government’s handling of Brexit negotiations – insisti…

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BBC unable to stop Brexit war among its sports broadcasters

Lineker versus Agnew spat intensifies debate about how impartiality rules are appliedBrexit has already split a nation, enraged millions on both sides of the debate and left a country teetering on the brink. Now it has come for the nation’s sports star…

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Hand of clod? Brexit and Theresa May divide England’s 1986 World Cup squad

Peter Shilton and Peter Reid at odds over Jacob Rees-Mogg Gary Lineker tells Chris Waddle to ‘stick to football’ after tweetBrexit has divided communities, families and friends, so it should perhaps come as no surprise to find it has done the same to E…

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No-deal Brexit could hit F1 races around Europe, says McLaren chief

• Nine F1 races to be held in Europe in 2019• ‘Border efficiency key’, says Jonathan NealeThe chief operating officer at McLaren, Jonathan Neale, has warned the result of a no-deal Brexit may put the ability of teams to stage Formula One meetings at ri…

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Mauricio Pochettino says costs of Brexit helped lead to no signings

• Tottenham manager says fall of pound has been obstacle• ‘Building new training ground was massive investment’Mauricio Pochettino says he “feels sorry for the English people” as the effects of Brexit, including on the cost of Spurs’ new stadium, begin…

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England team have world on their side as political order collapses back home | Marina Hyde

Tories, let’s be clear – distracting everyone by bringing down the government this week, of all weeks, is unacceptableThanks to David Davis and Boris Johnson, England are now one of those World Cup sides that can be described sympathetically as “playin…

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Dreaming of England: nationhood, football and the World Cup

With the tournament almost upon us, England fans expect – but the game has changed over the decades, and the country with itGiven all that has happened since, it is easy to forget that four days after the UK voted to leave the European Union, England’s…

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Brexit makes no sense and Britain should vote again, says Jürgen Klopp

Liverpool manager calls for another vote on European future‘There is not one time in history where division creates success’ Jürgen Klopp, the manager of Liverpool, has told the Guardian that Brexit “makes no sense at all” and that he believes British …

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Higher costs may lead to sporting events shunning Britain after Brexit

• International federations may look elsewhere to stage big events• Executives warn House of Lords over Brexit implications for sportMajor sporting events including rugby and cricket World Cups are less likely to be held in post-Brexit Britain, the Hou…