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New Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn has claimed England winning the World Cup in 2022 is not a "pie-in-the-sky" hope.
Glenn started in his new job on Monday and said he supported FA chairman Greg Dyke's target of England winning the men's World Cup in 2022 - which is being held in Qatar - and the women's tournament a year later.
He told www.thefa.com:
Winning the World Cup in 2022 is not a pie-in-the-sky hope. It is the kind of ambition that should catalyse all ambitions to do things a bit differently.
Because let's face it - doing the same thing, after 49 years of not winning anything - might suggest the definition of madness.
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Ministry of Defence investigating allegations that members of the British Army shouted sexist abuse watching England Women football team.Read the full story ›