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Female ref for Lionesses' Euros final took charge in England men's game after huge fire
England men's game - and boy was it memorable.Kateryna Monzul made history two years ago after refereeing a UEFA Nations League match between San Marino and Gibraltar as part of the first all-female officiating team to take charge of a senior men's international.A year later she was barking orders at Jack Grealish, Mason Mount and Co as the whistle-woman for England's World Cup qualifier against Andorra - a fixture that was nearly postponed after a massive fire broke out inside the stadium the day before.READ MORE: Andorra stadium on fire 24 hours before England World Cup clashThe match itself was fairly straightforward, with goals from Ben Chilwell, Bukayo Saka, Tammy Abraham, James Ward-Prowse and Jack Grealish sealing a comfortable 5-0 win for the Three Lions - though Monzul did have to dish out a little discipline, brandishing yellows for John Stones, Jadon Sancho and Conor Coady.The 41-year-old refereed her first senior men's match way back in 2016, becoming the first female official to take charge of a game in Ukrainian football history.Is it time we start seeing more female referees officiating men's matches? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.Along with France's Stephanie Frappart - who is fourth official at Wembley this afternoon - Monzul is regarded as the best female referee in the world.She's taken charge of three Lioness fixtures at major international tournaments before, the latest coming during the 2017 Euros where England beat Portugal 2-1, though it's the only time the Lionesses have managed to win under her watch.By contrast, England's opponents Germany have won every match they've played at major tournaments with Monzul as ref - but as we all know, records are there to broken.READ
Conor Coady - Harry Kane - Jack Grealish - Gareth Southgate - Harry Maguire - Jude Bellingham - Luke Shaw - Tyrone Mings - Jordan Henderson fumes "what are you doing" at Harry Maguire during England training - dailystar.co.uk - Manchester - Jordan - Switzerland
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Jordan Henderson fumes "what are you doing" at Harry Maguire during England training
Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson questioned the actions of Harry Maguire in England training after the Manchester United defender froze during a rondo drill to kill the momentum.The midfielder and defender were taking part in the speed passing drill alongside Jude Bellingham, Tyrone Mings, Harry Kane, Kyle Walker-Peters and others with Nick Pope and Jack Grealish trying to block in the middle.As the drill progresses, Walker-Peters gives the ball to Maguire, who puts his foot on top of the ball to allow Pope to tap it - meaning the passing streak ended - as that happens, Henderson looks Maguire in the face and asks: "What are you doing?"It seems as though Maguire lost concentration during the one-touch drill by controlling the ball, and allowed Pope a chance to swap to stick to the rules.During the opening game of their international break, England beat Switzerland 2-1 thanks to Luke Shaw and Harry Kane having trailed though Breel Embolo.Maguire didn't feature during the match with Marc Guehi, Conor Coady and Ben White getting the nod as Henderson played the full 90 in midfield.Should Harry Maguire still start for England? Give us your thoughts in the comments sectionEarlier in the month, Gareth Southgate was asked why Maguire still deserves to be in the international squad despite his poor club form of late.He said: "I don't think it ever crossed our minds not to select Harry Maguire for this squad. There wasn't a chance we weren't going to call him up.
Conor Coady - Eddie Howe - Issa Diop - Newcastle plot last-minute £25million move for Wolves captain Conor Coady - dailystar.co.uk
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Newcastle plot last-minute £25million move for Wolves captain Conor Coady
Newcastle are weighing up a late big-money bid for Wolves star Conor Coady.Eddie Howe is frantically trying to bolster his squad, and strengthening the Toon's leaky backline before the window closes is the top priority.It's understood the Premier League strugglers are willing to pay in excess of £25million to sign the England international.Howe's recruitment team have been scouring Europe for top defensive talent.However, the ex-Bournemouth boss is still eager to bring in as much proven Premier League quality as possible.Wolves are under no pressure to sell and club captain Coady, 28, is a hugely influential and popular figure at the club.But with the Black Country outfit comfortably mid-table, Molineux bigwigs are prepared to take a pragmatic view.Wolves will only sanction his departure if an offer is submitted by Newcastle that's too good to turn down.Ex-Liverpool youth Coady has been at Wolves since 2015 and his current contract runs until 2025.Should Coady move to Newcastle or stick with Wolves? Let us know in the comments section.Want to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?Well then sign up for the brilliant Daily Star football email newsletter!From the latest transfer news to the agenda-setting stories, get it all in your email inbox - don't miss a thing.It only takes a matter of seconds.Simply type your email address into the box at the top of this article and hit 'subscribe'.And that's it, job done.
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