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Arsenal attacker Danny Welbeck will not be fit for Saturday's Cup Final against Aston Villa, and lack of fitness means likely England start for Charlie Austin or Jamie Vardy
Henry Winter: Stated aim of winning the World Cup piles on the pressure but foundations are being put in place
Exclusive interview: Leicester striker tells Henry Winter of his shock at selection after remarkable rise from a factory floor up the football pyramid
England manager voices concerns over 'very young people becoming stars very quickly' and how they are equipped to deal with such attention
Roy Hodgson has included uncapped trio for the matches in Dublin and against Slovenia but no place for resurgent Ashley Young
England manager will leave Stoke keeper to concentrate on preparing for European U21 Championships
Spurs had voiced reservations about their star striker going to the tournament in the Czech Republic after a long season
Louis van Gaal was adamant that young defender should not be picked after suffering nine injuries this season
Exclusive: England supporters put under strict orders for Dublin friendly as governing body fears Fifa sanctions for bad behaviour, reports Henry Winter
Teenage left-back is set for England U21 call-up despite suffering concussion and even though Louis van Gaal wants him to rest after long run of injuries
England international Lianne Sanderson gave up on the national side but returned triumphant after a spell in the USA
Leighton Baines, the Everton and England left-back, may need ankle surgery, ruling him out of the Euro 2016 qualifier this summer
Montpellier is understood to be high on the list of potential destinations for Roy Hodgson's England camp
Former England international defends Graham Taylor after book claims FA told him to limit number of black players in team
New book on racism claims former England manager was told by FA he couldn't go beyond certain limit of black players in team
Henry Winter: Former Scunthorpe full-back has helped nurture Sterling, Welbeck, Berahino and Barkley, and delivered England's first trophy for 17 years
Inside Football: Also - the opposing striker singled out for praise by Mourinho
Interview: Harry Kane's prodigious work rate is behind an astonishing rise which he hopes will inspire other toiling young players, writes Henry Winter
England rugby players George Ford and Jack Nowell play against England footballers Gary Cahill and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in a special St George's Day cross-bar challenge
FA chairman says playing for country is 'the ultimate' and reveals Harry Kane's joy at making Wembley debut for England. Henry Winter reports
England Women qualify for European Championships after their 18-second rematch against Norway following Uefa order to replay
England manager says the Southampton midfielder will get his chance once he has played in the under-21 European Championships
Arsenal manager admits he is worried about Theo Walcott after the forward was left "exposed" in the No?10 role for England
Football Supporters' Federation say "f--- the IRA" chants do not help the team but England fans are doing nothing illegal
England supporters were heard signing anti-IRA chant during friendly against Itay in Turin and FA are keen to stamp it out before team heads to Dublin on June 7
Tottenham are concerned about their striker taking part in the European Under-21 Championships in June but Roy Hodgson dismisses all 'burnout' talk
Roy Hodgson ditches experiment with Phil Jones as England manager looks at options ahead of Euro 2016 finals
Exclusive: Hoddle, Keegan, Eriksson, Taylor and McClaren sign letter stating that England's chances of ever winning the World Cup again will be damaged without major reforms
Manchester United team-mate says Carrick was the "best player on the pitch by a mile" after coming on against Italy
Exclusive: Read the full letter sent by former managers Hoddle, Keegan, Eriksson, Taylor and McClaren in support of major FA reforms
Football Association likely to be concerned with anti-IRA songs from section of England fans in countdown to game with Ireland
Premier League players are turning to their national side to seek refuge - which can only be a good thing for Roy Hodgson, writes Paul Hayward
After Portugal's humiliating 2-0 defeat by Cape Verde, a volcanic-rock archipelago off the west coast of Africa, here are football's most seismic shocks in the international arena
Jason Burt: England's new star proves the real deal - serving as Roy Hodgson's most potent creative outlet
Here's how the facts and figures broke down for England's international friendly against Italy at the Juventus Stadium, Turin
Italy 1 England 1: Andros Townsend's second-half strike saves England's unbeaten record since dismal World Cup campaign
Jeremy Wilson runs the rule over the Itay and England players during their 1-1 friendly in Turin
What we learned: Tottenham star can hold his own against international football's most streetwise defenders - and four other talking points from England's 1-1 draw in Italy
Italy vs England - Latest score, news updates, live match report and result from the friendly at Juventus Stadium, Turin, on Tuesday March 31, 2015, kick off 19.45
Pirlo, Scholes, Matthews, Tardelli, Mad Mario... Rob Bagchi looks at some of the games that will live long in the memory
Mark Ogden: Andrea Pirlo is seen as a mythical figure which England do not possess. Michael Carrick can be that man
Key men, stats, betting odds and predictions for the international friendly between Italy and England
Henry Winter: England's rising star faces veteran Italy defenders as Wayne Rooney says Azzurri hosts will do anything to halt him
England U21 3 Germany U21 2: Southgate's men come from behind twice to snatch victory with a rousing finish as Ward-Prowse scores winner
Italy coach says his players deserve a chance to prove themselves as Southampton's Graziano Pelle is selected to start against England
Italy's decision to select a striker who is a naturalised citizen has sparked a row, writes Jeremy Wilson
Growing support for Roy Hodgson to take England into next World Cup - but FA must not be rushed, writes Henry Winter
The 21-year-old Tottenham striker scored his first goal for the Three Lions after just 79 seconds and will now start against the Azzurri
England Under-21 vs Germany Under-21 - Latest score, news updates, live match report and result from the international friendly at Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough, on Monday March 30, 2015, kick off  ...
As England prepare to take on Italy, Jeremy Wilson remembers when Bobby Robson's Lions played in a World Cup semi-final against West Germany 25 years ago
Gareth Southgate says striker will go to European Championship finals in Czech Republic despite success at senior level
Forward finds himself back knocking at door for Arsenal and England at moment when competition in his position at its most intense for years
Antonio Conte targeted by angry Juve fans who blame his training methods for injury which was believed to have ruled Claudio Marchisio out for rest of season
Roy Hodgson cautious that Spurs striker does not fly 'too close to the sun' after scoring on his winning international debut at Wembley on Friday
Henry Winter: Spurs striker needs to be strong and focused after Kane fever takes over. Michael Owen should be his perfect role model
England striker couldn't believe Spurs man scored after two touches and says he's desperate to face Italy in Turin
Heightened security fears for England's trip to Turin because of ugly row involving Antonio Conte and Juventus
Arsenal forward's absence due to a kneee injury is likely to ensure Harry Kane receives his first start for his country
Alan Smith: The speed of the Tottenham striker's ascent has been astonishing, but after his debut goal against Lithuania the plaudits are not exaggerated
Harry Kane's goal against Lithuania is the third fastest by England debutant. Quickest was Bill Nicholson who netted after 19 secs against Portugal in 1951
Watch the match stats from the England victory against Lithuania in the European Championships
Paul Hayward: Roy Hodgson is loyal to those who have served him well in this zombie qualifying campaign but the Spurs striker still steals the show
Paul Hayward: Roy Hodgson is loyal to those who have served him well in this zombie qualifying campaign but the Spurs striker still steals the show
England 4 Lithuania 0: Roy Hodgson's side dismiss limited opponents thanks to goals from Rooney, Welbeck, Sterling and debutant Harry Kane
England 4 Lithuania 0: Roy Hodgson's side dismiss limited opponents thanks to goals from Rooney, Welbeck, Sterling and debutant Harry Kane
Jeremy Wilson: Manchester United veteran proved again why he is best in the country to play holding role and four other things learned at Wembley
Jeremy Wilson: Manchester United veteran proved again why he is best in the country to play holding role and four other things learned at Wembley
Matt Law: Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck and Harry Kane all shine as England thrash Lithuania at Wembley
Matt Law: Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck and Harry Kane all shine as England thrash Lithuania at Wembley
Flashback: Heroic night in Rome against Italy in 1997 was a triumph for England team's first black captain, writes Luke Edwards
History shows that marking your first international with a goal means little - just ask Francis Jeffers, Kieran Richardson, David Nugent and Rickie Lambert
England v Lithuania - Latest score, news updates, live match report and result from Uefa European Championship Group E qualifier at Wembley Stadium, London, on Friday March 27, 2015, kick off 19.45
Leicester striker Simonas Stankevicius says Lithuania are more together than Roy Hodgson's band of gifted individuals
England mnager is concerned by the amount of time the forward is spending on the bench at his club and has warned him to concentrate on football not contract negotiations
England strike needs four more goals to surpass Sir Bobby Charlton's goalscoring record of 49 for his country
England ready to keep faith in Danny Welbeck at Wembley but Roy Hodgson promises that Harry Kane will make his debut against Lithuania
Alan Smith: At Spurs, Kane got used to leading line on his own, but for England he'll defer to Rooney - and may lose some spark
Jason Burt: Jose Mourinho's captain takes after his manager in being unloved outside his own club, but on the field his standards remain remorselessly high
Henry Winter: English clubs have a duty to England - but so do the players. You want the names, I'll give you some for starters
Centre-half believes Roy Hodgson can repay Football Association's faith in him by winning in France next summer and deserves to lead side to 2018 World Cup, he tells Henry Winter
FA chairman Greg Dyke says he is in no hurry to discuss manager's future beyond Euro 2016
Southampton keeper has surgery after breaking knee cap and severity of injury may force club to seek back-up this summer
Premier League's joint top scorer has 'a lot of things' that make him difficult to play against, says Phil Jagielka ahead of expected international debut
Midfielder nursing a toe injury and will join Daniel Sturridge and Adam Lallana on Merseyside after Euro qualifier
England coach compares Manchester United star to a "piano" with his calming influence in a midfield diamond
Glass for glass, bottle for bottle - Jose Mourinho pinpoints national manager's natural cautious streak that he must conquer at European Championship
England manager's notes appear to confirm slip that he plans to partner Tottenham rookie with Manchester United striker
Welsh force launch probe into homophobic insults sent to referee on Twitter after he took charge of England game
The 2022 World Cup final will be played a week before Christmas after Fifa ratified the historic switch of the tournament to the winter
Hull winger sparks controversy by turning down the chance to play for his country at the European Championships
Spurs striker is called up by Roy Hodgson but there's no place for Danny Ings, Charlie Austin or Ryan Mason
Roy Hodgson must take new approach in Euro 2016 qualifiers after Arsène Wenger reveals that midfielder will remain sidelined 'for weeks'
Henry Winter: Glenn must make Wembley viable, ensure more grassroots money and decide Hodgson's successor
Italian satirical artist Maurizio Cattelan says piece is about 'pride, missed opportunities and death'
The 67-year-old will travel to the draw for the 2018 World Cup in July and hopes to lead England to Russia
Jason Burt: England don't need striker against Lithuania or Italy. There are more important matters for him
Adam Johnson is arrested after teenager's father learns of alleged relationship and goes to the police
The footballer has been questioned by police over allegations he had a relationship with an underage girl. Rebecca Reid explains why we urgently need to understand the meaning of consent
Sunderland winger 'is 100 per cent innocent and we will stand by him', says mother of footballer's partner Stacey Flounders after he is questioned by police
Ben Rumsby: Governing body has dramatically reversed its decision to scrap the British men's side after it was controversially revived at London 2012
Ben Rumsby's Inside Sport: Wales and Northern Ireland opposed to FA's idea for joint side at next year's Olympic Games
Luke Edwards dons his sheepskin jacket and, armed with a crystal ball, selects Team GB's XI for the 2016 Games
Report claims an England international has been questioned by police over claims they had a relationship with an underage girl
Premier League must accept their fixtures being disrupted once 'every 24 or 28 years' for good of game as a whole, says former England defender
Paul Hayward: We are in a position which effectively sees the 2018 World Cup at war with Euro 2012
England manager says Rooney will not play in midfield for the national team, and reveals Harry Kane has earned a call-up
The England manager adds that he is not convinced shisha is harmful ahead of Wilshere's expected return for Arsenal against Middlesbrough on Sunday
Former England captain struggling to find permanent home for his MLS franchise
Greg Dyke, the FA chairman, offers the association's backing to the son of Jordan's late King Hussein in battle against Sepp Blatter
Paul Hayward: All the talk about Chelsea's negotations for the Shakhtar star conveniently ignores Ukraine's desperate decline
Wayne Rooney, the England captain, has welcomed the news that the European Under-17 Championships will be hosted at venues in the Midlands
The Professional Footballers' Association has questioned whether players in English academies show the commitment levels of their Brazilian counterparts.
Henry Winter: The Football Association is acting to tackle the obesity crisis by targeting primary-school children, teachers and a raft of changes correct a nation's mistakes
England manager wanted to mark player's excellent World Cup and knew that either Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi would win
Jonathan Liew: England coach's Ballon d'Or vote for Mascherano appears a 'challops' - a challenging opinion that is arguable if borderline insane - but is it so ridiculous?
England manager ignores Ronaldo and Messi to make bizarre selection
Exclusive: Chelsea understood to be chief among clubs who have expressed concern and do not intend to release Gary Cahill for January get-together
Alan Smith: Spurs youngster looks to have what it takes to be a future star for Roy Hodgson's England, but there are others too, with designs on the striker's shirt
Saracens No 8 admits he is playing catch-up as he goes head-to-head with his Gloucester rival for an England shirt on Friday
There were really three World Cups in Brazil, writes Jason Burt, but the stench of corporate corruption could not take the shine off a rich and glorious tournament
England manager plans bonding session with his captain and squad at end of January ahead of Euro 2016 qualifier with Lithuania
Richard Bevan tells Henry Winter that LMA's 'friendly banter' statement amid Malky Mackay racism storm did not reflect organisation's attitudes to discrimination
England international follows the example of former Old Trafford team-mates Ryan Giggs and Rio Ferdinand as he seeks help
Wayne Rooney, Sir Bobby Charlton, Philipp Lahm and Gareth Bale read out soldiers' letters to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of a unique event in football history, the Christmas Truce of 1914
FA's England Commission scores an early success as treasury commits money towards the creation of 150 new 'football hubs' across the country
Chancellor unveils new funds at opening of new Manchester City football academy
European football's governing body gives blessing to competition which will be played every two years and run in parallel with the World Cup and European Championship
Henry Winter: Wayne Rooney and Ross Barkley are examples of the 'socially-responsible, tactically-aware, athletic, intelligent and creative players' the FA hopes to create
Tanya Aldred: The memory of those moments of happiness they managed to savour during Christmas 1914 should both inspire, and give us hope
Paul Hayward: England's 2018 World Cup bidders missed a once-in-a-lifetime chance to blow the whistle on Fifa corruption and instead signed a Faustian pact
Henry Winter: German midfielder has the winning blend the FA must seek in its latest plan to maximise potential of youth
Ben Rumsby: Attempted cover-up of John Delaney sectarian scandal by Football Association of Ireland would make Richard Nixon proud
FAI chief executive John Delaney apologises after being caught performing a song written in tribute to a hunger striker ahead of powderkeg game with England in Dublin
England 0 Germany 3: Over 45,000 fans witness the first ever women's international fixture at the new Wembley but on the pitch the Germans show their might
Manager wants to hold a get-together of his squad over the winter to maintain team spirit before next round of Euro 2016 qualifiers
Tomorrow, the England women's football team play their first match at Wembley. Claire Cohen reports ahead of the game - and backs a new campaign to make sure school children know the names of female f ...
Roberto Martínez says he has no problem with the public dressing down that England manager Roy Hodgson delivered to Ross Barkley
Jason Burt: Fifa corruption; Ched Evans case; England fans' chanting; Malky Mackay's new job after sexists texts. There is corrosion in the game
Jason Burt: Fifa corruption; Ched Evans case; England fans' chanting; Malky Mackay's new job after sexists texts. There is corrosion in the game
Jason Burt: Fifa corruption; Ched Evans case; England fans' chanting; Malky Mackay's new job after sexists texts. There is corrosion in the game
Exclusive: Ross Barkley put on against Scots with minutes left, but received stern telling off just seconds after entering the game
Formula One race preview - double points at stake as Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg go head to head at the Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi on Sunday Nov 23 2014
Heny Winter: Roy Hodgson has given Gareth Southgate permission to pick senior players such as Luke Shaw, Calum Chambers and John Stones for next summer's Under-21 Uefa Championships
Heny Winter: Roy Hodgson was impressed by Jack Wilshere's performance against Scotland and believes the Arsenal man is almost the complete midfielder
Football Association wants to give Roy Hodgson's men quality opposition ahead of finals in France
Football Association will hold talks with supporters' groups to prevent repeat in next year's Republic of Ireland friendly
Football Association issues statement after anti-IRA chants at Celtic Park
The England band insist they unwittingly provided the tune for chants of "F*** the IRA" in the first half of Tuesday night's 3-1 win at Celtic Park
Paul Hayward: Anti-IRA songs must be renounced before return to scene of terrifying and shameful 1995 riot
The England band sparked fury on Tuesday night by providing musical accompaniment to anti-IRA chants at Celtic Park. Luke Edwards looks into what has become a mainstay of England matches...
England manager Roy Hodgson criticises fans after offensive chanting was heard during friendly match against Scotland at Celtic Park
This was not a night for rivalries to boil over, but Roy Hodgson's side did provide a footballing lesson
Governing body could cut off links to band as offensive songs sour England's 3-1 win over Scotland at Celtic Park
Jason Burt: Jack Wilshere can be the quarter back, Scotland lack depth and Danny Welbeck is becoming increasingly important for England
Paul Hayward: The Scots gave England a much-needed opportunity to jolt back to full attention and they took chance well
This was not a night for rivalries to boil over, but Roy Hodgson's side did provide a footballing lesson
Scotland 1 England 3: Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain opens the scoring before a Wayne Rooney double secures victory at Celtic Park
Only Robertson and Naismith emerge with credit as Scots struggle against old rivals
Wilshere and Welbeck both impress as Roy Hodgson's side silence Glasgow crowd
England football fans have been arriving in Glasgow as Scotland prepare to host their bitter rivals on home turf at Celtic Park for the first time in 15 years
Scotland vs England, international friendly - Latest score, news updates, live match report and result from Celtic Park
Swede signs two-year contract to manage Shanghai East Asia in deal worth around £4 million a year
Over the past 142 years, meeting between the Auld Enemies has given us countless moments to savour. Rob Bagchi recalls some of the highlights ...
Telegraph Sport poll reveals 93 per cent of readers want England to withdraw from next World Cup over Fifa's handling of corrupt scandals
As England prepare for their international friendly against Scotland at Celtic Park we take a look at the numbers behind the longstanding rivalry
Paul Hayward: Scotland now feel good enough not to need traditional 'underdog' psychology and cannot wait to attack the old enemy in Celtic Park 'unfriendly'
That this is friendly like no other is proved as England coach Roy Hodgson takes rare step for a friendly of not revealing his team
Gordon Strachan denies Ben Foster's assertion the Scots will 'kick lumps' out of England at Celtic Park on Tuesday
England captain will lead his players in 'doing the huddle' moments before they face Scotland in the cauldron of Celtic Park
France U21 3 England U21 2: Yaya Sanogo makes it Arsenal 2 Spurs 2 after Harry Kane's double, then Gareth Southgate is given wake-up call
Henry Winter: There will be passion in the dressing rooms as well as in the stands when England do battle with Scotland on Tuesday night
England manager Roy Hodgson says young players have never experienced Celtic Park and they must make sure they are not 'affected too badly'
England manager Hodgson says young players have never experienced intimidating atmosphere generated by Scotland fans out for revenge for 3-2 Wembley defeat
Telegraph Sport readers offer some advice to Roy Hodgson, and have said: Bring back John Terry, let Ross Barkley off the leash, and drop Danny Welbeck
Would you support the England boycott of the 2018 World Cup that former FA chairman David Bernstein is proposing?
Michael Deacon: For Scotland there are either glorious victories or heroic defeats. For England, defeat is only ever defeat - even when they win it feels like they've lost
Euro 2016 review: All four home nations and Ireland are in with a shout of qualifying, but there are great challenges ahead for all the teams
Goalkeeper warns England to expect night of ferocity in Tuesday night's international 'friendly' with Scotland at Celtic Park. Matt Law reports
Harry Redknapp was tipped to become the next England manager in 2012, with his QPR assistant Joe Jordan once fancied as a future Scotland boss
Manager stresses historic importance of match as midfielder Jack Wilshere insists trip to Celtic Park is one of the highlights of the season
Man-of-the-match Jack Wilshere impressed against modest opposition but must be tested against tougher teams if Roy Hodgson's experiment is going to work
After 3-1 Euro 2016 win over Slovenia, England manager knows the friendly will be tough but is expected to include youngsters in high-profile friendly
Norwich defender claims his English friends would rather watch Gordon Strachan's side than Roy Hodgson's men
Watford midfielder says his nation have nothing to fear after coming through Germany and Poland tests unscathed
Liverpool midfielder's poor form gives ammunition to critics who say he is not up to international level, writes Alan Smith
Exclusive interview: Stewart Regan has overseen rebirth of game north of the border, writes Henry Winter
So much is being made of the England captain's 100th cap, he must feel as if he is reading his own obituary, writes Jonathan Liew
Tuesday's friendly match has been given the highest possible Uefa security risk rating and police have already been warned of potential trouble.
Jason Burt: England manager's stance shows how football's oldest international has lost its lustre
It was not just Wayne Rooney's ability that stood out - his phenomenal work ethic made him truly special , writes Steve McClaren
England need to show more tactical variety, Danny Welbeck and Nathaniel Clyne are taking their chances, Uefa has made qualifying too long and the pitch did not help
Henry Winter: On a momentous night the England skipper shows his value to the team by winning and converting a penalty when his side were trailing
England 3 Slovenia 1: Wayne Rooney scores on his 100th international game before Danny Welbeck bags brace in qualifier
Matt Law marks the England and Slovenia players following their Euro 2016 qualifier at Wembley Stadium on Saturday evening
Manager's attempt to draft in Man Utd left-back for Euro qualifier at Wembley is rejected because of a new Uefa rule
Interview: Wayne Rooney takes Henry Winter through journey from disillusioned 14-year-old to hopes of becoming a manager
Danny Mills: Wayne Rooney's 100 caps is a deserved landmark for a special, hard-working talent
Sean O'Driscoll's side will be looking to end 2014 on a high against their Italian counterparts after a positive start to the season
Blow for England manager Roy Hodgson as hamstring injury rules Everton left back Leighton Baines out of contention for Euro 2016 clash with Slovenia
As Wayne Rooney makes his 100th England appearance, Telegraph Sport breaks down his contribution since his debut
Roy Hodgson ready to start Nathaniel Clyne ahead of Calum Chambers, but otherwise will name a familiar line-up and save the changes for Tuesday's Scotland friendly
Claim that England's 2018 bid 'violated rules' in wooing Jack Warner but Greg Dyke questions findings over Qatar 2022
Everton star conscious of 'big step up' to national team but admits his dream is to emulate David Beckham
Everton defender calls on FA to keep current national manager beyond Euro 2016, and says he was determined to rediscover his best form after a poor World Cup showing
England U21 3 Portugal U21 1: Burnley striker hits two at Turf Moor to give Young Lions a psychological boost ahead of next summer's Euro 2015 clash with same opponent
Everton and England stars Leighton Baines and Ross Barkley pay tribute to Wayne Rooney ahead of his 100th cap if he plays against Slovenia on Saturday
Everton star Ross Barkley reveals he has always dreamt of emulating former captain's wonder-goal against Greece in 2001
Fifa investigator Michael Garcia says report into World Cup bidding 'contains numerous materially incomplete and erroneous representations of facts and conclusions'
Striker is the youngest Englishman to reach 100 caps - and should easily eclipse Peter Shilton's record
Fifa report criticises England 2018's attempts to woo disgraced former Fifa vice-president Jack Warner, saying the bid team "violated bidding rules"
Striker's dazzling club form has not been matched with England during his 99 caps, argues Jason Burt
Fifa report clears Qatar to host the 2022 World Cup but there is severe embarrassment for England over bid for 2018 tournament
Michael Carrick is out of England's games against Slovenia and Scotland after a scan on Wednesday afternoon confirmed a groin injury sustained in training at St George's Park on Tuesday morning
From the highs of scoring four goals at Euro 2004 to the lows of the Portugal red card, re-live Wayne Rooney's international career in 100 seconds
Manchester United midfielder pays tribute to Wayne Rooney, who he says is at the "top of the tree" among England players
What would you do if you were Roy Hodgson? Get John Terry to return to the fold? Put your faith in Saido Berahino? Play with three up front? Here's your chance to play England manager...
Henry Winter: Striker says approaching 100th England cap is special but trophies more important than individual landmarks
Gary Cahill claims England are shaking off their naivety and mastering the dark arts his Chelsea manager, Jose Mourinho, has implemented so successfully
Southampton right-back in line for debut on Saturday and believes England's winning run can go all way to Euro 2016. Henry Winter reports
England to break with protocol to present captain Wayne Rooney, who manager Roy Hodgson has praised, 100th cap ahead of Slovenia qualifier
Exclusive: Former England striker says figures relating to BME coaches confirms the presence of institutional discrimination within the game's governing body
England starlets have the technical attributes to succeed at Nou Camp, believes club's legendary midfielder Xavi
Roger Maslin, the managing director of Wembley Stadium, admitted it could take up to four months for the pitch to recover from Sunday's NFL match
Former Crystal Palace manager says Roy Hodgson would be better served by working with his players on the training ground rather than playing meaningless internationals
Jason Burt: Euro 2016 qualifier against Slovenia on Saturday will not be the England captain's last milestone
Manchester United striker has his country's records in sight ahead of his 100th international cap
England manager has not given Arsenal forward any guarantees over playing time but says he will benefit from training
Manchester United defender backed by England manager after sending off against City ahead of Euro 2016 qualifier
England manager hits back at Brendan Rodgers' criticism of forward's treatment, claiming he has '30 witnesses' to prove Liverpool counterpart wrong
England manager is 'unhappy' that the national stadium being hired out to American football just before Slovenia game
England face a tough draw at next summer's European Under-21 Championship finals, but Southgate says they can overcome Italy, Portugal and Sweden
David James was a household name in the football world but selling his old Chopper bike and a chainsaw hardly gives us a glimpse into his star-studded life
England manager Roy Hodgson explains his squad choices for the upcoming European qualifier against Slovenia and friendly against Scotland
West Ham midfielder rewarded for impressive season while Arsenal forward included for Slovenia and Scotland matches
Roy Hodgson ready to hand Arsenal forward international recall, despite playing just 10 minutes of football in over nine months. Matt Law reports
Stars from music world and schoolboy footballers All Together Now as they remember 100th anniversary of the Christmas Truce match with reworking of The Farm's 1990 hit
England's women's football team is enjoying record ticket sales at Wembley, outselling their male counterparts. But Jim White explains why we shouldn't be surprised
Supporters are taking advantage of Saturday tea-time kick-off as England look to maintain perfect start to Euro 2016 programme
Former England captain believes it is time to introduce quotas
Football Association power broker Roger Devlin tells Henry Winter about Sepp Blatter, Roy Hodgson, the Premier League, NFL and how to improve the England football team
Roy Hodgson has lashed out at criticism of Raheem Sterling for complaining of tiredness while on England duty and denied falling out with Brendan Rodgers for making the matter public
England manager Roy Hodgson admits he is "naive" over the issue of gay rights in football and has never had to deal with a player considering coming out
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho praises the good relationship with England coaching staff and says the door is open for Gary Neville to visit Chelsea FC as a Journalist or coach
Theo Walcott talks following his comeback for Arsenal's Under-21 side after nine months on the sidelines with an anterior cruciate ligament injury
Scotland's Euro 2016 qualifier with Republic of Ireland at Celtic Park 'generating attention' overshadowing England friendly four days later
Arsenal manager questions whether Roy Hodgson is making best use of Wilshere at the base of a midfield 'diamond'
Exclusive interview: Everton midfielder turned down a move to New York City in the summer because he was not ready to wind down his career and is relishing reunion with Aston Villa at Goodison on Satu ...
Chris Bascombe: Ludicrous attempt to question the patriotism of Sterling, Wilshere, Barkley and Oxlade-Chamberlain will only damage England's cause
Leading Premier League managers warn FA it would be a mistake to reinforce England U21s squad with youngsters from senior side
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce says Liverpool's Raheem Sterling was right to tell England manager Roy Hodgson that he felt tired
Arsenal manager says it would be counterproductive for Gareth Southgate to ask senior players to play for Under 21s at the European Championships next summer
Midfielder has outside chance of making squad for game against Villa but Marinez says he made need a break next summer rather than play for England Under-21s
By leading England U21s to Euro 2015 finals, Gareth Southgate gets new deal and edges closer to being Roy Hodgson successor
Evan Fanning: England have basically qualified, Wales are looking good, Scotland and the Republic are set for a pretty tasty clash and Northern Ireland are the pick of the bunch
Arsenal and England winger due to make return against Blackburn Under-21s after nine months out with injury on Friday
Former Manchester United midfielder performs dramatic turnaround by hailing Jack Wilshere as England's best player
Henry Winter Wayne Rooney offers support to women ahead of Germany clash at Wembley and next year's World Cup
Croatia U21 1 England U21 2 (agg 2-4): Gareth Southgate's side secure a place in the Czech Republic next summer after victory in Vinkovci
Croatia U21 1 England U21 2 (2-4 agg): Gareth Southgate's youngsters secure a place in the Czech Republic next summer after an impressive victory in Vinkovci
Coach finally recovered from sacking by Middlesbrough and hopes his experience will help England U-21s overcome Croatia
England captain is excited about prospect of reaching landmark in next match, writes Henry Winter
England manager Roy Hodgson says he thinks Brendan Rodgers should consider resting Raheem Sterling if he believes the Liverpool teenager is in danger of suffering burnout
Matt Law: England manager was not criticising Sterling, but he could have passed up his absence without raising eyebrows
Liverpool teenager responds to criticism over fatigue in Twitter post in the early hours of Monday after England win over Estonia
It is essential the successors to Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard chip in with their fair share of goals from midfield, says Alan Smith
Midfielder's role in side is increasingly pivotal but there is room for him to improve before Euro 2016
England manager appeared to be ready to take off his captain just before he scored the winning goal against Estonia from a second-half free kick
Estonia 0 England 1: Wayne Rooney scores second-half winner against 10-men to save manager Roy Hodgson's blushes
Estonia 0 England 1: Wayne Rooney scores second-half winner against 10-men to save manager Roy Hodgson's blushes
Liverpool midfielder is expected to start England's Euro 2016 qualifier in place of Raheem Sterling
Estonia v England, Euro 2016 qualifier - News updates, live match report and result from the A. Le Coq Arena, Tallinn, Estonia
Estonia v England, Euro 2016 qualifier - News updates, live match report and result from the A. Le Coq Arena, Tallinn, Estonia
England coach has been communicating with Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers to prevent teenager from burning out
England can send out a strong message to Europe by beating Estonia well to continue their progress, writes Jason Burt
Arsenal midfielder is adjusting to his new deeper role by studying clips of Spanish star, writes Jason Burt
England go in search of their fourth straight win since the World Cup debacle. Jason Burt considers the areas we hope to see targeted if the Three Lions are to maintain their progress
Football Association fear scenes similar to those in Serbia two years ago when England players were abused and Serbian FA fined £65,000
Roy Hodgson confident England can maintain 100 per cent record in Euro 2016 campaign, but says side cannot make excuses
Squad is now largely based on under-25s with manager conscious of need to protect rising stars like Liverpool's Raheem Sterling, writes Henry Winter
Big groups from Arsenal and Liverpool contribute to an England side that is '100 per cent united', says Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Jeremy Wilson reports
Saido Berahino scores a late penalty as England claim victory in Uefa Under-21 Championship play-off first leg at Molineux
'English football is a tanker that needs turning, but it is time for change,' says FA chairman at launch of ambitious 3G project in 30 cities across the country
Flashback: Thirty years of hurt followed England's last victory in junior Euros, writes John Percy
Find out the inside track on England's rivals ranked a lowly 81st in the Fifa rankings
Bumper commercial deals have helped England become the biggest buyers in the trade of international footballers, but does it really hurt the national game?
Roy Hodgson pleased with England's 5-0 victory over San Marino at Wembley but suggests giantkillings are becoming less and less uncommon
Matt Law's player ratings from Wembley as Roy Hodgson's side stroll to victory with Arsenal striker putting in a star performace
Bowler says that the claims made in autobiography are untrue and that the England dressing room has been a unified place over the past seven or eight years
England manager Roy Hodgson is adamant the England goal record will not play on Wayne Rooney's mind
Slovenia 1 Switzerland 0: Goalkeeper Samir Handanovic produces an excellent display as Swiss hopes of qualifying suffer another setback with a 1-0 defeat
Full-backs offer glimpse of England's future after joining established regulars Wilshere, Walcott, Oxlade-Chamberlain and Welbeck in the team
Manager calls on his team, seeking ninth successive victory, to turn on the style in European Under-21 Championship play-off first leg against Croatia
Jason Burt: Five things we learnt from Roy Hodgson's side's easy win over San Marino
Paul Hayward: All the visitors wanted to do at Wembley was avoid a thrashing - it made for an utterly pointless spectacle
Paul Hayward: All the visitors wanted to do at Wembley was avoid a thrashing - it made for an utterly pointless spectacle
England 5 San Marino 0: Wayne Rooney scores from the spot in a comfortable victory at Wembley to move onto goal No 43 for his country
   
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