And on Tuesday FA chief executive to FIFA Coins

And on Tuesday FA chief executive Martin Glenn will be FIFA Coins at the Thiepval Memorial near the Somme to honour the First World War dead.July 1 saw the most Somme casualties and on the 100th anniversary of that date, England could be playing at Lille — only 50 miles from the battleground — in a quarter-final. At least it cannot be against the Germans.

FA chief executive Martin Glenn will be at the Thiepval Memorial near Somme to honour First World War dead BBC 5 Live have been making great play of covering every game of Euro 2016. What they haven't announced is the number of matches that will be called off the television, normally a favourite tactic of rivals talkSPORT.

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FIFA president Gianni Infantino has accused the man who drove reforms at football's world governing body of 'playground' behaviour and shot down accusations of personal greed.In an interview with Swiss newspaper Le Matin, Infantino dismissed suggestions he was seeking £1.4million in salary, and claimed he had found himself at the heart of a 'witch trial'.Infantino's first FIFA congress as the man in charge was tarnished last month when audit and compliance committee chairman Domenico Scala, a key figure in FIFA's attempts to recover from last year's scandals, stormed out of the meeting in Mexico