England take on Germany in women’s football, Danny Welbeck faces his old club and Dave Whelan apologies

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England take on Germany in women’s football, Danny Welbeck faces his old club and Dave Whelan apologies
21st November 2014

England women’s football team will be facing up against Germany, the number two team in the world. Last time the two teams met, there was a terrific crowd for England, which drew 55,000 and would have drawn more had it not been for engineering works. 

However, they got hammered 6 -2 last time and if they continue to lose heavily, it’s likely they will struggle to draw the crowds again. However, the team remain confident ahead of their difficult match. 

Arsenal v Man Utd  face off this weekend. Danny Welbeck has been on excellent form recently for both Arsenal and England. He now faces his former club,Manchester United, where Marco says he was in the wrong position. 

This weekend marks the climax of the Formula One championship in Abu Dhabi. Lewis Hamilton is in a good position to win. 

Dave Whelan has tried to defend the appointment of Malky Mackay as Wigan’s new manager, who is involved in a racism scandal. He made strange, rambling comments to defend the appointment, speaking of Jewish people loving money, an anti-Semitic trope too often rolled out.  

Whelan apologised, saying “If I have upset one person, I apologise.”

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