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Barclays Award for Charioteers’ unsung hero

An unsung hero of Suffolk’s grassroots football community has been honoured by a national award in recognition to his achievements in promoting and developing wheelchair football in the area.

Simon O’Brien-Ellington said he accepted the Barclays Community Sports Award on behalf of the Ipswich Charioteers Wheelchair FC, the club he established with his wife Catherine in 2007.

Government to reconsider school sports funding

Prime Minister David Cameron today announced a rethink of controversial government plans to cut funding for school sports.

He told the House of Commons that the government was looking again at the decision and were talking to headteachers to come up with a workable solution.

Movember draws to an end for Team Club Website

Hundreds of thousands of moustaches around the world face the chop this evening as Movember draws to an end, meaning Club Website will be a much smoother place tomorrow morning.

For the last 30 days, the guys in Club Website HQ and our fellow Mo Bros around the country have been growing moustaches to raise money and awareness for men’s health.

England 2018: Football United

An England 2018 World Cup would see “Football United”, according to a star-studded video released ahead of this Thursday’s crucial FIFA vote.

While the football world discusses the impact of Panorama’s investigations into alleged FIFA corruption, the England 2018 bid team has gone on the front foot with the video, in which David Beckham leads a cast of Premier League stars showcasing a new global fund for football.

Footballer jailed after driving 4×4 at referee

An amateur footballer has been sentenced to 24 weeks in jail week after driving his car at a referee in a Sunday League game.

28 year-old Joseph Rimmer drove his 4×4 vehicle on to the pitch causing referee David Harkness and players to flee, Liverpool Crown Court heard this week.

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