A new sporting body is being set up to oversee corruption in world sport: the Board of Criminal Corruption Investigation For Improved Future Administration.

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England need more Scotland and less Fishland

ESPN

England have always lorded it over the minnows (just) and it’s time they got some serious competition from Scotland et al

Breaking news: Fifa say Hell will host 2026 World Cup

Daily Telegraph

Fifa dismiss concerns over soaring temperatures and lack of football culture in Hell as bid leader Lucifer pays tribute to ‘role model’ Sepp Blatter

Comment: to punish Rio Ferdinand for being a ‘role model’ is absurd

Daily Telegraph

How can it be fair that the former England captain is treated more harshly by the FA Commission for being a “role model for many young people”?

Australia: land of cricketing opportunity

Cricinfo

Australian have relaxed the rules for cricketers with dual passports. At least one unnamed senior figure in the administration believes that it does not go far enough, as this leaked memo proves

A letter to Just A Platform website re advert for an unpaid six-month internship

Site Exclusive

A real departure for me, for some reason this job advert on prompted me to write to the company Just A Platform

At least we fans of Scottish clubs know we are rubbish. What’s the excuse in England?

Daily Telegraph

I am English, I support a Scottish football team. Not the Scottish football team. I am not that much of a masochist. My poison is Hibernian.

‘Hail the stem-cell burger – saviour of our planet’

BT.com

Demand for burgers amongst London’s hipsters has got so large that scientists have been forced to find ways to grow hamburgers in test tubes, says Alan Tyers, for BT.com

‘Pippa Middleton’ writes

Cricinfo

I had so many lovely responses for my recent Vanity Fair column explaining everything about cricket that I was asked to try my hand at reviewing the current Ashes cricket game at Manchester

‘We don’t need no full-time education’

BT.com

It’s time to give kids a lesson in the world of work, says journalist and author Alan Tyers, for BT.com