1. England Will Peak in 2022: Hodgson

    England boss Roy Hodgson says the current group of young English talent will not peak until the 2022 World Cup...

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  2. Roy Hodgson Doesn't Understand Jack Wilshere Shisha Storm, Has Tried It Himself

    England manager Roy Hodgson has had his say on the Jack Wilshere shisha pictures that emerged last week, playing down the incident having any effect on national selection...

    Mark Patterson Written by Mark Patterson about 2 months ago 8,973 reads 22 comments

  3. Roy Hodgson Admits to Smoking Shisha

    Roy Hodgson has sympathised with Jack Wilshere over the midfielder's latest smoking controversy by revealing that he too has puffed on a shisha pipe...

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  4. Can Daniel Sturridge and Harry Kane Be the Perfect Attack for England's Future?

    Tuesday night sees two Champions League sides face off in the Premier League, with Tottenham Hotspur travelling to Liverpool ...

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  5. Alan Pardew Is a Real Leader and Could Manage England, Says John Carver

    John Carver believes Alan Pardew possesses the perfect temperament to manage England after surviving assorted traumas at St James' Park...

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  6. Wayne Rooney Yet to Have a Premier League Shot on Target in 2015

    Wayne Rooney is closing in on the all-time scoring record for Manchester United but has ground to a halt in 2015...

    Mark Patterson Written by Mark Patterson about 3 months ago 10,516 reads 69 comments

  7. David Beckham Tips Tottenham's Harry Kane for England Call-Up

    David Beckham believes Harry Kane has proved he is ready for an England call-up after his blistering performances this season.....

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  8. Wenger to England: Time to Call Up Harry Kane

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  9. Kelly Smith Announces International Retirement

    England Women's all-time record goalscorer Kelly Smith is retiring from international football after a 20-year career. Smith, who has scored 46 goals for the Lionesses, will continue to play domestic football for Arsenal ...

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  10. Should the FA Be Wary of Backing Prince Ali in the FIFA Presidential Race?

    Earlier this week the Football Association threw a spanner in the works of Sepp Blatter's bid to remain Fifa president as sources announced they would be backing one of his main rivals...

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  11. England Women's Captain Upset at 'Twirlgate'

    England women's football captain Kelly Smith admits she would have SLAPPED the on-court interviewer who asked Eugenie Bouchard to twirl after her Australian Open win.....

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 3 months ago 176 reads 0 comments

  12. England Will Host 2018 European U17 Championship

    The FA will stage the 2018 UEFA European Under-17 Championship after England was awarded hosting rights to the Finals. The tournament for Europe's 16 elite nations will be played at venues across the Midlands with St...

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  13. Are These Starlets Pushing for an England Call Up?

    It's been a fantastic season thus far from English strikers, with the likes of Saido Berahino and Dwight Gayle excelling for their teams...

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  14. Defoe Has Not Spoken to England Manager Roy Hodgson Since World Cup Snub

    Jermain Defoe has revealed his devastation at missing out on selection for the World Cup last year and that he has not since spoken to Roy Hodgson...

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  15. England Under-21s Head Coach Gareth Southgate Signs Contract Extension

    England Under-21s Head Coach Gareth Southgate has agreed a year-long contract extension with The FA, which will keep him in post until the summer of 2017. Southgate, who is also Head of National Teams at St...

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  16. England Forced to Cancel Meeting; Players Too Busy

    England manager Roy Hodgson has been forced to cancel a dinner meeting with his players because they are too busy. Hodgson was keen to get the players together at the end of January to go through a tactical debrief of November's 3-1 win over Scotland.

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  17. Crouch: England's Under-Appreciated Stalwart

    Imagine a player with more Premier League assists than Cristiano Ronaldo or Paul Scholes, with more Premier League goals than Fernando Torres or Dennis Bergkamp.....

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 4 months ago 29 reads 0 comments

  18. HOW ADEBAYO AKINFENWA BECAME SOCCER'S CULT HERO

    The dial tone rings in the weird echoey way it does when you call somewhere outside of the United States. Within a few moments, Adebayo Akinfenwa picks up and says he can barely hear you...

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  19. Wayne Rooney and Toni Duggan Win Vauxhall England Player of the Year Awards

    Wayne Rooney and Toni Duggan have been voted by the fans as the Vauxhall England Player of the Year for 2014. Manchester United striker Rooney played all 13 games for the Three Lions last year and was top scorer with eight goals...

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  20. Where Gerrard and Maradona Diverge

    No player is bigger than the club. Although not absolute, it is a good rule, proved by the near-impossibility of finding exceptions such as Diego Maradona at Napoli between 1986-90...

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 4 months ago 554 reads 0 comments

  21. Does the Premier League's Holiday Schedule Hurt the England National Team?

    The English Premier League's holiday schedule is arguably the best part of the season. The glut of fixtures over the festive period is great for fans, who can watch up to 30 matches in seven days...

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  22. Hodgson Sets Up England Meeting

    England's players will meet at the end of January to review their win over Scotland and look ahead to 2015.....

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  23. Hodgson Finds Diamond in the Rough at World Cup

    Despite the ultimate disappointment of last summer's World Cup campaign, Roy Hodgson has taken plenty of positives from the trip to Brazil.....

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  24. Roy Hodgson's Moment of 2014 Is...

    Hodgson admits the reception England got in Belo Horizonte when they had been eliminated from the World Cup 'revived my faith in the average man's appreciation of football'.....

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  25. Kane vs. Ings: England's Future on Display

    Burnley surprised everyone last season as they surged up the Championship into the automatic promotion places and stayed there, especially as they were one of the favourites to go down prior to the start of that campaign...

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