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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. England Brace Themselves For Scolari

    My first reaction after the Holland-Portugal game was one of relief and joy – “England are going to the semi final!”. In the aftermath, however, that glowing optimism has turned into a realistic appraisal of England’s chances of progressing to …

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  2. Red Rooney On A Mission

    Wayne Rooney’s career was marked for stardom the moment he stepped on the football field. His goal against Arsenal, his performances for England in Euro 2004 (where he single-handedly lead a tired England to the quarterfinals) and his signing for …

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  3. Fifa bungles Man-of-Match Awards

    While everyone and their brother have been bashing Fifa for their unrealistic ‘world rankings’ (as if a team ranked 2nd MUST beat every other team below it or else the rankings are absolutely bullshit), their Man-of-the-Match awards for the 2006 …

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  4. Going Lampard?

    A shoutout to SoccerBlog, who have added a very useful term to our football lexicon: Lampard – As used in this sentence: “Have you gone Lampard on us?”

  5. England Go For The Kill

    Being an England fan is not like being on a rollercoaster – it’s worse. After four years of false starts, under-whelming performances and unfair media criticism, we’re at a point where defeat, even to Ecuador, is a genuine fear for …

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  6. Will Someone Please Wake Up Mr. Eriksson?

    A tale of two halves – England thrilled and entertained in the first before losing the plot and then, embarrassingly, panicking like headless chickens in the second whenever a cross or throw was aimed in the 6 yard box.