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Follows the England national football team around the world and contains all news covering their matches and issues. If you’re looking for coverage of England’s passage through the international tournaments, you’ve come to the right place.

Also includes coverage of England managers (past and present) such as Sven Goran Eriksson, Steve McClaren and Fabio Capello, as well as England players David Beckham and Wayne Rooney.

  1. An end to the boo-boys?

    There’s a sense of euphoria about the England team following the result against Croatia in Zagreb, a much-needed and timely boost to our game. However, for me it’s somewhat tarnished. Fabio Capello’s admission that the England players play better away …


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  2. Arsenal must protect Walcott

    The last two under-20 promising England strikers to hit the headlines ended up leading the front line for club and country at a very young age – not the ideal circumstances to groom a young player into an established superstar. …


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  3. Theo Walcott – the Second Coming

    Two years on from Sven-Goran Eriksson’s quick gamble on Theo Walcott, and the flutter has finally paid off for England. The then 17-year-old’s selection for the 2006 World Cup was a surprise at the time and a mistake in retrospect. …


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  4. Tackling the Talent Gap in England

    Fabio Capello’s England squad selection for the World Cup qualifiers against Andorra and Croatia asked more questions than it answered. The inclusion of Jimmy Bullard and omission of Michael Owen garnered the most press, but one or two other absences …


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  5. Five Things We Know About England

    Watch England v Croatia live online. They say that history repeats itself. In England’s case, stupidity repeats itself, ad nauseam. You could drive yourself insane hypothesizing how England will line up against Croatia (doesn’t matter if players lack discipline and …


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  6. Did Andorra secure a moral win?

    Andorra coach David Rodrigo claims his side’s 0-2 defeat against England was a moral victory for the tiny country. While it was undoubtedly a better result for Andorra than England would have hoped for, it was a somewhat predictable outcome. …


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  7. Jimmy Bullard – England saviour?

    Watching England press conferences is a wonderful way of invoking a spooky sense of deja vu. The players sit looking like they would rather be somewhere else, going through the motions of rolling out the same old meaningless clich├ęs, and …


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  8. England squad for Andorra and Croatia

    England play Andorra in Barcelona’s Olympic Stadium at 1900 BST on Saturday evening and then travel to Zagreb for their second qualifier against Croatia on Wednesday, 10 September at 2000 BST. Players out with injury include Steven Gerrard, Owen Hargreaves, …


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