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ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
Jul 14, 2014

Scotland, England meet at Celtic Park

England coach Roy Hodgson discusses the team's performance against Costa Rica and is overwhelmed with the support of fans throughout the World Cup tournament.

Scotland and England will meet in a November friendly at Celtic Park, the two football associations have announced.

Gordon Strachan and Roy Hodgson pit their sides against each other on Nov. 18, with the game a sequel to a thrilling Wembley meeting last August, won 3-2 by England.

The match, England's final senior fixture of the calendar year, comes three days after they travel to Slovenia for a Euro 2016 qualifier.

It will be the sides' first meeting in Scotland for almost 15 years, since two P...

 Posted by Chris Wright
Jun 20, 2014

Lone Scot celebrates England defeat

Wayne Rooney after England lost to Uruguay 2-1.
Wayne Rooney after England lost to Uruguay 2-1.

While one half of the stadium was engulfed in the enormous, inevitable, deflating sadness of it all, things in the sky-blue sections of the Arena Corinthians were altogether livelier as Uruguayan fans raucously celebrated their convincing 2-1 victory over England on Thursday.

Indeed, it was a time for all of England's footballing foes to join together in harmony and revel in the Three Lions' misery -- as the solitary jubilant Scotland fan entrenched amid the Uruguayan crowd in Sao Paulo duly ...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
May 29, 2014

Nigeria's Keshi dismisses match-fixing

Nigeria defender Kenneth Omeruo hopes his side can surprise a few teams at the upcoming 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has dismissed allegations of match-fixing following a mistake from his goalkeeper Austin Ejide against Scotland on Wednesday.

On Tuesday, the Daily Telegraph reported on its website that officers from the National Crime Agency were investigating attempts to fix the match at Fulham's Craven Cottage ground.

The match went ahead despite those claims, which are under police investigation, and ended in a 2-2 draw after Uche Nwofor scored a late leveller.

However, an error...

May 27, 2014

Report: Scotland-Nigeria match probed

LONDON -- The Scottish Football Federation said on Tuesday it was in contact with "relevant authorities" following allegations of attempted match-fixing involving a friendly between Scotland and Nigeria in London.

The Daily Telegraph newspaper reported on its website on Tuesday that officers from the National Crime Agency were investigating attempts to fix Wednesday's match at Fulham's Craven Cottage ground.

The paper said the NCA has asked FIFA "to issue an alert over potential attempts to rig ...

 Posted by PA Sport
Mar 26, 2014

Home nations battle for FIFA role

Britain's four home nations will battle it out against each other for the FIFA vice-presidency after the Scottish FA signalled it will put forward a candidate next year.

Jim Boyce has been Britain's vice-presidential representative at FIFA since June
Northern Ireland's Jim Boyce currently holds the role.

On Thursday, UEFA's Congress is expected to rubber-stamp new rules that will see its 54 members vote on the British FIFA vice-president from candidates put forward by England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

There had been sug...