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Final checks ahead of England game in Saint-Etienne

Security checks have been taking place inside the stadium where England play Slovakia in their final Euro 2016 group match tonight.

ITV News Sports Editor Steve Scott tweeted this video of an explosive detection dog sweeping the stadium in Saint-Etienne:

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Security will be tight at England's game, as well as at the Wales match in Toulouse, which has been upgraded to high risk.


Everton make first signing of Koeman era

Ronald Koeman has made his first signing as Everton manager Credit: PA

Everton have made their first signing since appointing Ronald Koeman as manager - acquiring 18-year-old goalkeeper Chris Renshaw from Oldham Athletic.

“I’m really excited for the challenge. I know about the record of how many players Everton have brought through the Academy. That interested me a lot because there seems to be a serious pathway to the first team.

"Every time we played friendlies at Everton, I always used to say the training ground and facilities would make this an amazing club to be at.

"This is a step up but I’m looking forward to it. For me, this year is a development stage, so it’s about trying to get that regular football in the Under-21s.”

– Renshaw to


Czech Republic 2-2 Croatia: Flares thrown onto pitch as match briefly suspended

Czech Republic kept their Euro 2016 hopes alive with a dramatic comeback against Croatia in St Etienne.

Croatia had led 2-0 and looked like winning comfortably until their star midfielder Luka Modric was substituted midway through the second half. Goals by Milan Skoda and a late penalty by Tomas Necid earned a point for the Czechs.

Ugly scenes marred the match late on, however, as flares were thrown onto the pitch and fans scuffled in a Croatia section of the stadium. English referee Mark Clattenburg suspended the match for several minutes as Croatia's players appealed to their own supporters to calm down.

Visit ITV's Euro 2016 website for a full report and to watch highlights

Paloschi swans off to Italy after two goals in 10 games

Swansea striker Alberto Paloschi heading back to Italy, barely six months after signing on a three-and-a-half-year deal from Chievo for £8 million.

One of Alberto Paloschi's two goals for Swansea came at White Hart Lane against Tottenham. Credit: PA

The 26-year-old Italian scored two goals in 10 appearances for the Welsh outfit and is heading for Atalanta.

Swansea's official website announced the move for an undisclosed fee, with the transfer set to be completed on July 1.

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