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Watch: Moment Cambridgeshire goalkeeper Nick Pope makes England debut

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Cambridgeshire goalkeeper Nick Pope has made his England debut in a 2-0 win over Costa Rica.

The 26-year-old came on as a second-half substitute for Jack Butland in the final World Cup warm-up game.

The Burnley shot-stopper had a relatively peaceful start to his international career and was rarely called into action.

His cap seals a meteoric rise to the top - just seven years ago he was playing part time for Bury Town in the Ryman League.

Invictus Games Racing team take to the track at Silverstone

You've probably heard of the Invictus Games - an international event founded by Prince Harry for injured military personnel and veterans - but now an Invictus Games Racing team has been set up in Brackley to make motorsport part of their recovery.

The team is the brainchild of James Holder - the man who co-founded the clothing company 'Superdry'.

It was only launched this year, but the team are already racing on the Silverstone Circuit.

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Paul Tisdale: MK Dons reveal new manager

Paul Tisdale with MK Dons chairman Pete Winkelman Credit: ITV News Anglia

MK Dons have unveiled Paul Tisdale as their new manager.

The 45-year-old recently left Exeter City after 12 years in charge.

He was presented to the media by chairman Pete Winkelman after signing a long-term rolling contract at Stadium MK.

Matt Oakley and Mel Gwinnett have also joined as Assistant Manager and First-Team Coach respectively.

The trio will be hoping to lead the Dons back to League One at the first attempt after they were relegated last season.

“When the owner contacted me we discussed the opportunity for a fresh approach, both on and off the pitch," Tisdale said.

“We have a shared vision for the club and want to build a unique environment and culture - one which will best enable the players to perform and become part of a winning football team.

“I am excited by the club’s ambition and relish the challenge of guiding MK Dons to fulfil its undoubted potential.”

Meanwhile, the Dons have confirmed that former caretaker boss Keith Millen has left the club.

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