The arithmetic involved in UEFA’s coefficient may be boring to many, but to some it is starting to worry. Another week of under-achievement in the Champions League for English clubs has bred concern that Italy, with their coefficient at 61.105, can catch up to England’s 65.284 and in doing so would limit the Premier League’s 

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FIFA (The Fédération Internationale de Football Association) was considered as a non-profit, non-corrupt, yet a holy organisation. But, recent discoveries proved that is was heavily corrupted which not only brought shame to the officials but also destroyed the reputation of the game. It does not mean that football as a game is destroyed, it is 

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In 2012 the UK’s Football Association launched a plan to make football more inclusive for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans people. The plan included a range of initiatives to tackle homophobia and encourage people to enjoy and be involved in football regardless of their sexuality. With no openly gay footballers currently in the top divisions 

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