MANCHESTER, England -- Ten suspects have been identified by one of the 17 police forces investigating a sex-abuse scandal in youth soccer that is engulfing the British game.Greater Manchester Police said on Thursday it was following up reports from 35 people, and its inquiry was growing on a daily basis.Since former professional players went public over the last two weeks about the ordeals they went through as youngsters, around 350 people across the country have reported cases of child sexual abuse in soccer clubs, the National Police Chiefs Council said.A hotline set up by a childrens charity in response to sex-abuse claims has taken more than 860 calls in its first week.The English Football Association is funding the hotline and has started an internal review to re-examine its response to convictions of soccer coaches in the 1990s. That includes investigating whether clubs paid off victims of sexual abuse in return for their silence.FA chief executive Martin Glenn said action will be taken against any club found guilty of hushing up victims of a growing scandal in British soccer.There has to be a situation, Glenn said, where if there are restrictive contracts through employment law which prevent people from speaking out about a crime -- and we are talking about crimes here -- then it must be dealt with.Asked if there had been a cover-up within the English game regarding child-abuse cases, Glenn said: I doubt it.If the FA has made errors, we will own up to them, as must the rest of football if avoidable errors have been made.The issue dominated a news conference to present Gareth Southgate as the coach of England.To hear the stories is heartbreaking, really, Southgate said. 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BERLIN -- As Bayern Munichs traditional rivals continue to drop points, Hertha Berlin has taken the mantle of challenging the leader with its best ever start in the Bundesliga.Hertha, which was level with Bayern before the defending champions comfortable 2-0 win over Borussia Moenchengladbach in Saturdays late game, is struggling to keep expectations down after a hard-fought 2-1 victory over previously unbeaten Cologne.Its a bit much, Hertha striker Vedad Ibisevic said of being called Bayerns challenger. Were playing well but its early. Were not Bayern-chasers, thats other teams.Hertha leads an unlikely chasing pack comprising Hoffenheim, Cologne, and Leipzig, while the traditional heavyweights are all lagging behind after making false starts.Dortmund is six points off the pace but needed Christian Pulisic to rescue a 3-3 draw at lowly Ingolstadt. The second-half substitute scored one and set up another to prevent Dortmund slumping to its third defeat of the season.BAYERN MUNICH 2, BORUSSIA MOENCHENGLADBACH 0Bayern attacked from the off and duly went ahead when Arturo Vidal powered a header under the bar from Rafinhas cross.Fifteen minutes later, Douglas Costa celebrated his first start of the season by taking David Alabas cross on his chest and firing the ball inside the right post. The Brazilian ran over to two fans, posed and took a selfie with them.If he always scores, he can take 100 selfies, Bayern defender Mats Hummels said.It was all Bayern with `Gladbach offering next to nothing in attack. But for an early shot over on a counterattack from Fabian Johnson, every other effort in the first half came from the home side.Bayern was able to conserve energy in the second half, when Andre Hahn struck the post for `Gladbach.INGOLSTADT 3, BORUSSIA DORTMUND 3Dortmunds title chances took another blow after dropping points for the fourth time in eight games.Almog Cohen gave Ingolstadt an early lead after a poorly defended free kick, then Roman Weidenfeller prevented the home side going further ahead when he blocked Lukas Hinterseers overhead kick. Weidenfeller started for the first time since March as Roman Buerki had a cold.Another free kick from a similar position on the right allowed Dario Lezcano to head in Ingolsttadts second.ddddddddddddBad at the back, Dortmund also created little up front in the face of Ingolstadts well-organized defense.Thomas Tuchel sent on Pulisic after the break and Mario Goetze shortly afterward. The latter was involved straight away as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang pulled one back with his seventh of the season.The celebrations lasted less than a minute, however, as Lezcano grabbed his second, minutes before Ingolstadt hit the post.Pulisic set up Adrian Ramos to get within one in the 69th, and he prodded home the equalizer from close range in the last minute after Orjan Nyland saved Lukasz Piszczeks initial effort.Ingolstadt was previously bottom after six straight defeats.HERTHA BERLIN 2, COLOGNE 1Ibisevic fired Hertha into an early lead after a fine run and cross from Mitchell Weiser.Anthony Modeste grabbed the equalizer with his league-leading eighth goal in the 65th, converted from close range after great interplay between Jonas Hector, Konstantin Rausch, and Leonardo Bittencourt.But Niklas Stark grabbed the winner less than 10 minutes later for the high-flying home side.DARMSTADT 3, WOLFSBURG 1Valerien Ismaels tenure at Wolfsburg got off to a rocky start when last defender Jeffrey Bruma was sent off for denying a clear goal chance. 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