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Rob Harris
Write & talk about international sports news. Global Football/Sports Writer
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Rob Harris 2h
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After all the rage & rebellion in the stadium, England players got a far more convivial reception back at the hotel shared with Cameroon ... from opposition fans who were far more graceful than some of their players in the game. On the Valenciennes mayhem:
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Rob Harris 2h
Isha Johansen - head of African women’s football - wants disciplinary action against Cameroon after saying the team's conduct against England "reflected badly" on the continent as a whole
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Rob Harris 5h
Isha Johansen - head of African women’s football - wants disciplinary action against Cameroon after saying the team's conduct against England "reflected badly" on the continent as a whole
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Neil Barker 9h
FIFA have airbrushed all of the histrionics from yesterday’s tempestuous loss to   (the story of the game) from their official “highlights”  
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Rob Harris 10h
After Phil Neville reported "people fighting in the VIP area" at -, FIFA has offered a contorted explanation about how spectators were moved into the hospitality seating at the game but said has "no report of any physical confrontation"
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Rob Harris 21h
From Valenciennes on a game of rage, VAR drama & opposition dissent that left Phil Neville ashamed of Cameroon and unsure if they would complete the game.   3   0  
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David Gerty 20h
An eventful birthday with a very special group of people. Into the Quarter Finals we go. ❤️
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Rob Harris 21h
From Valenciennes on a game of rage, VAR drama & opposition dissent that left Phil Neville ashamed of Cameroon and unsure if they would complete the game.   3   0  
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Jonathan Tannenwald 22h
The crowd watching vs. at the official fan fest outside the Forum des Halles in Paris is quite big. The screen is not.
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Rob Harris 22h
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Phil Neville seemed to claim Cameroon officials were fighting in the VIP area at the stadium
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Rob Harris 23h
FIFA refereeing side sure the offside flag went up after Ellen White put the ball in the net - not before she kicked. VAR ruled wasn't an offside. Incident in first-half stoppage time enraged Cameroon
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Rob Harris 23h
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Phil Neville: "We have a duty to promote women's football. It has been a struggle for 20-30 years." "We came to this WC to be successful to also play a part in making women's football globally more visible ... to put on a show for the rest of the world."
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Rob Harris 23h
Phil Neville on Steph Houghton: "She's on the treatment table after the tackle at the end. ... she is in a lot of pain, she has ice on her ankle"
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Rob Harris 23h
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Neville says if his players behaved like Cameroon opponents "they would never play for England again with that kind of behaviour"
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Rob Harris 23h
England manager Phil Neville before any question is asked in news conference says how "completely and utterly ashamed" he is of the Cameroon players' behaviour.
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Rob Harris 24h
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It's Norway next for England in Le Havre in quarterfinals
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Rob Harris 24h
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England through to quarterfinals with 3-0 victory over Cameroon. A day of VAR, controversy and refusing to play at times
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Rob Harris Jun 23
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it's good for the atmosphere in here! Controversial call
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Rob Harris Jun 23
Was actually already discussing this issue at halftime ...
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