I AM right behind the four-day boycott of social media by football clubs, players, atheletes and various sporting bodies. It will not end the online abuse, but it gets the message across. Even at my lowly level, derogatory comments directed at you by social media users are upsetting. The thing I hate most, though, is that these people rarely put their name to their criticisms. If you feel strongly about something, why use a pseudonym? It’s the not knowing who it is that is most unsettling - is it a former friend, your next-door neighbour? People should use their real names.
Scotland coach Clarke: There were a lot of good moments during the group stage, but no points scored
England are the most boring group winners in history. Two goals were enough! And at the World Cup, the Italians once became the first even with one
Dalic - to the fans after reaching the Euro playoffs: You are our strength, and we will be your pride
Czech Republic coach Shilgava: We came out of the group and fought with England for the first place. We got what we wanted