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New York City signing apologises for behaviour post-9/11 and confirms he will be making decision on his England future 'very soon'
Rooney has made it clear that he wants the captain's armband following the announcement that Gerrard is to retire from international football
Liverpool skipper, 34, vows to concentrate on club career after winning 114 caps for England, reports Chris Bascombe
England's slide down the Fifa table to 20th place is their lowest ranking since 1996, when they lay 27th in the table
Gary Ballance may be more like Gary Totter, but Max Davidson will not add to the sense of moral indignation
Gary Ballance may be more like Gary Totter, but Max Davidson will not add to the sense of moral indignation
Tanya Aldred: All eyes are on Sir Bradley Wiggins in Glasgow to reward British sport's long wait for a new champion
Rob Bagchi and Evan Fanning compare Joachim Low's team to the other 16 post-war World Cup winning sides
We will miss the daily doses of drama, glory and distraction from the World Cup with everything else a poor substitute
England will play Scotland at Celtic Park exactly two months after Scots vote in an independence referendum
As Argentina gear up to face Brazil in the 2014 World Cup final, Tim Stanley argues that England supporters would be much happier with our team's result if 1966 had never happened
As Argentina gear up to face Brazil in the 2014 World Cup final, Tim Stanley argues that England supporters would be much happier with our team's result if 1966 had never happened
Michael Owen: The superiority of German football culture over ours can be summed up as an obligation to always put the greater good over any individual needs
Ray Whelan, Sir Bobby Charlton's former agent, is being sought by police in Brazil as part of an investigation into ticket touting
Can you guess the three words which wrap up England's dismal campaign? Unsurprisingly 'bite' and 'disgrace' are Uruguay's top word associations
Exclusive: Number of racist and homophobic incidents at World Cup have not been sanctioned by Fifa despite being flagged up
Jim White: England may be light years behind Germany on the pitch, but their youth coaches are leading the way
Henry Winter: Small-sided game with a heavier ball so important to growth of players elsewhere is part of solution to England's embarrassment
Rob Bagchi: Roy Hodgson's lack of flexibility is in stark contrast to other World Cup coaches - why was he not held accountable?
England manager Roy Hodgson paid price for picking younger players with little or no top-level experience, says vocal former Man Utd star Roy Keane
Medical opinion: Heat stress, low-quality sleep patterns and travel will have depleted players' energy reserves. Managers and backroom staff must work out how best to deal with the problem
Germany manager says Roy Hodgson's task is made impossible because of the large number of overseas players in the Premier League
Germany manager Joachim Low says Roy Hodgson's task is made impossible because of the large number of overseas players in Premier League
USA coach Jurgen Klinsmann appears to have that priceless knack of making his players want to perform for him, writes Luke Edwards. The FA should hire him if England fail at the European Championships ...
Costa Rica's win was the 24th time a tie in the World Cup finals had been decided on penalties. How many can you remember?
Police investigate after England fan has earlobe bitten off by another supporter in allegedly racist attack during World Cup game
Police launch investigation in Brazil after England fan has ear bitten off by another supporter during World Cup game
Police launch investigation in Brazil after England fan has ear bitten off by another supporter during World Cup game
In pics: some of the fantastic images that have come out of the group stage of the 2014 World Cup
In pics: some of the fantastic images that have come out of the group stage of the 2014 World Cup
Matthew Norman: Wager with former striker suggests he might be able to inject some fervency into struggling England players
In pics: Jonathan Liew offers his verdict on the 32 teams appearing in Brazil
In pics: Jonathan Liew offers his verdict on the 32 teams appearing in Brazil
England are condemned to a vicious circle of failure under a ruling body incapable of reviving their fortunes, its former chairman, David Bernstein, has warned
Jason Burt: Defenders in decline, touchline tracksuits are significant, it's a 14-man game and why Spain are like Man Utd
After the debacle in Brazil, Jason Burt selects who he would like to see in the England team come Euro 2016.
Royal Tulip clearly thought Roy Hodgson's men would fail to go beyond the group stage as it is almost full with new bookings, writes Henry Winter in Rio
Arsenal midfielder says time is running out for junior players in Roy Hodgson's squad to prove their international credentials
Everton defender's errors in Brazil could prove costly while Rickie Lambert also faces a fight to keep his place
England's participation at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil was shortlived. Jeremy Wilson analyses the performances of all 23 players
Roy Hodgson admitted England were undeserving of their supporters' applause as their wretched World Cup ended with a 0-0 draw against Costa Rica
Troublemakers douse supporters with beer as armed military police officers have to intervene to separate English and Brazilian fans
Jason Burt: Against Costa Rica, Ross Barkley showed the two faces of his game but provided most of England's brightest moments
England fans in Belo Horizonte give their take on the home side's performance against Costa Rica, the last match of their disappointing 2014 World Cup campaign
Costa Rica vs England World Cup 2014: Latest news updates, score and result, with our live minute-by-minute match report of the Group D game at Estádio Mineirão, Belo Horizonte, on Tuesday June 24,  ...
Jeremy Wilson runs the rule over the England players following their goalless draw with Costa Rica
Roy Hodgson's team prepare to fly home from Brazil with their worst goal tally since 1950
Costa Rica 0 England 0: England's dismal World Cup campaign ends in fittingly underwhelming fashion as Roy Hodgson's men labour to a dull draw
From 3pm Tues: Football Correspondent Henry Winter and fans discuss England as they prepare to face Costa Rica in Belo Horizonte
Carlos Valderrama says he expected more from Wayne Rooney at the World Cup, but believes England's youngsters will do better in the future
Costa Rica vs England, World Cup 2014: Latest news updates, score and result, with our live minute-by-minute match report of the Group D game at Estádio Mineirão, Belo Horizonte, on Tuesday June 24, ...
Matt Law, looks at six potential alternatives to Hodgson
Michael Owen: When the FA decides who should replace Hodgson in 2016 they need look no further than his assistant
Henry Winter: Lessons of South Africa disaster have still largely not been learnt and the players and manager must reflect properly on their failings
Team news, match notes and John Ley's prediction for England's final game of the World Cup in Belo Horizonte
Team news, match notes and John Ley's prediction for England's final game of the World Cup in Belo Horizonte
Three Lions manager believes his assistant can pick and choose moment to move away from combined TV punditry and coaching job
Henry Winter: Veteran midfielder will steel emerging players for criticism as he prepares to captain England against Costa Rica
England manager hopes youngsters can restore faith in final World Cup match against Costa Rica
Jorge Luis Pinto tells a press conference that Costa Rica's game against England 'will be tough' as Roy Hodgson's side battle to take home a point
One final and one semi-final in 64 years is a pathetic return which should result in the dysfunctional guardians of the England team being sacked, writes Paul Hayward
Forward and other England and Spain internationals at Manchester United face an earlier-than-expected return to duty following World Cup elimination
England footballers have struck a sombre mood as they left their hotel and boarded their World Cup coach, heading to Belo Horizonte for a match against Costa Rica that won't change the fact they are o ...
Football Correspondent Henry Winter and fans discuss England as they prepare to face Costa Rica in Belo Horizonte
England manager must ensure he avoids the ignominy of losing three out of three at the World Cup and, as we all know, you cannot win anything with kids, writes Alan Hansen
Captain Steven Gerrard speaking at at England's World Cup training base in Rio de Janeiro says it means everything to the players in the current squad to represent for their country
Roy Hodgson calls for better access to Premier League academy players in hope of establishing new philosophy in international players
England captain Steven Gerrard says he will decide on his international future after a holiday while coach Roy Hodgson will stay in the job after his team failed to make the World Cup knockout stages
With a disappointing early exit from the World Cup, Roy Hodgson will be looking toward Euro 2016 and giving his young players a chance to show what they can do against Costa Rica, says Henry Winter
If England lose to Costa Rica it will not be as embarrassing as when 'kings of football' lost to USA in 1950, writes Paul Hayward
Steven Gerrard will start England's last game of the World Cup 2014 in Brazil against Costa Rica on the bench, and Frank Lampard will be captain, writes Henry Winter
Steven Gerrard urges Harry Redknapp to name Spurs players he says came to him to try to get out of playing for England
Roy Hodgson tries to lift spirits in the England camp following successive defeats against Italy and Uruguay. Henry Winter reports
QPR manager says players aren't committed to national team and during Spurs days players tried to skip matches
Henry Winter gives his views on England's early exit and why he believes Roy Hodgson should stay in Brazil to watch and learn from other countries
England captain "hurting" after early elimination in Brazil and will use summer to mull over international future
Jonathan Liew: Premier League clubs aren't bothered about producing home-grown talent for England, it's not good business
England goalkeeper Joe Hart says the team owe the "amazing fans" a win against Costa Rica
Exclusive: Former England manager insists Roy Hodgson is still in a job only because of his nationality after World Cup humiliation. Ben Rumsby reports
Former England manager insists Roy Hodgson is still in a job only because of his nationality after unprecedented World Cup exit
Jason Burt: Hodgson, senior players, FA and Premier League to blame for another shambolic failure, but we must stick with youth
Jeremy Wilson: Climate, cultivating flair and old-fashioned passion mean South American sides are dominating in Brazil
England World Cup exit is down to 'football gods' says Jose Mourinho, who believes Roy Hodgson's team were unlucky in Brazil
Henry Winter: Striker went to Brazil a player and will return a leader. He has matured enough to be given captain's armband
England striker rebuffs captaincy questions, apologises for early exit and backs Roy Hodgson but wants side to develop a "nastiness"
Jason Burt: Emphasis on youth and some high-profile errors means Everton defender may have played his last England game
Poor preparations and a lack of a real holding midfielder, Jason Burt highlights where England paid the price
The Telegraph's World Cup team look at where it all went wrong for England, and what the future holds
Drug testing of seven players leads Argentina legend to suggest Fifa were pressurised after Costa Rica sealed shock place in last 16
Striker Wayne Rooney apologises to England fans for team's fastest elimination in its history in World Cup finals tournaments
Roddy Forsyth: We Scots feel England's pain. Welcome to the world we have inhabited for so long
Blooding youth was admirable and the right thing to do, but the FA-derived 'circus' the camp found itself in was an obvious distraction, writes Jason Burt
Blooding youth was admirable and the right thing to do, but the FA-derived 'circus' the camp found itself in was an obvious distraction, writes Jason Burt
Tactics for tournament were badly judged from the start but I want to help him put it right, writes former England captain Tony Adams
Wayne Rooney says he is "gutted" at England's exit from the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, as Joe Hart concludes "we've not scored enough goals and we've let too many in"
Jim White: Costa Rica coach masterminds the greatest acheivement of this incredible World Cup
Henry Winter: England manager Hodgson should build Euro 2016 campaign around young talent after failure in Brazil
After a disappointing Word Cup, there is a feeling of change in the air, and if Steven Gerrard chooses to stand down as England captain, Wayne Rooney is the only real choice to replace him, says Henry ...
Henry Winter: Signs of progress on the pitch and a lack of English alternatives mean the FA is right to back Hodgson
Supporters give their verdict on England's performance after Costa Rica's win over Italy confirmed a chastening group-stage elimination from the Brazil World Cup
Greg Dyke confirms Roy Hodgson will be supported even if England crash out of the World Cup following their opening two defeats
A special 360 camera captures an image Arena Corinthians, the stadium in Sao Paulo where Uruguay defeated England 2-1 in World Cup Group D
Uruguay forward says he was motivated by criticism in the British press and Roy Hodgson's refusal to describe him as a 'world-class' striker before victory over England
Luis Suarez has admitted that Roy Hodgson's claim that he was not yet a "world class striker" had annoyed him ahead of his match-winning performance for Uruguay against England
Telegraph football writers in Brazil answer the question: will England win the World Cup in your lifetime? Mostly in the negative
Paul Hayward: The calls for Roy Hodgson's dismissal ignore historical fault-lines which reflect the FA's shambolic deference to the Premier League and the country's footballing arrogance
In pictures: We take a look at what newspapers in England and Uruguay are saying after Thursday's game
Scottish supporter Mark McConville seen in an orange wig and tartan hat, waving a Scottish flag as Suarez scores in Sao Paulo
TV review: With tension written all over their faces, the ITV presenter and his team of pundits reflected a night of sobriety and seriousness, writes Rob Bagchi
England captain Steven Gerrard hints he may retire if England are eliminated from the World Cup on Tuesday after he was at fault for both Uruguay goals
Torrential rain added to fans woes as Uruguay's Luis Suarez struck twice including a dramatic late winner to earn Uruguay a 2-1 victory
Striker makes cheeky proposal if Italy keep England's World Cup alive with victory over Costa Rica
Paul Hayward: England lacked know-how but it was the player with the most, Steven Gerrard, who helped lay on Luis Suarez's goals
Downcast England fans express their frustration with their team's performance after a 2-1 loss to Uruguay left Roy Hodgson's squad on the brink of World Cup elimination
Manager intends to stay on for Euro 2016 despite defeats which leave England on the brink of World Cup elimination
Alan Smith: Uruguay dominance of the crucial areas proves key to their victory over England
Jeremy Wilson: Wayne Rooney finally scored a World Cup goal but his inability to inspire England to success means he will go down as a good player, not a great
Wayne Rooney finally breaks his World Cup duck but behind him defensive lapses prove costly for England
Matt Law: Uruguay's strikers Edinson Cavani and Luis Suarez were the outstanding players on the pitch against England and combined for the first goal
Brazilian police arrest 15 people accused of throwing fireworks at English fans outside a bar in Sao Paulo, hours before England face Uruguay in the World Cup
Jason Burt: As soon as the World Cup draw was announced, it felt inevitable that the brilliant Luis Suarez would be the man to wreck England's summer
England 1 Uruguay 2: Luis Suarez's magnificently taken double either side of Wayne Rooney's first ever World Cup goal leaves England on the brink of elimination
England are on course for their worst ever World Cup performance after losing their first two group games
Ahead of the showdown against Uruguay, English fans give their predictions of the game Roy Hodgson's squad must win to avoid an early World Cup exit
Our live rolling gallery from the Arena de Sao Paulo as England take on Luis Suarez and Uruguay
Flight delays of up to 36 hours and long queues leave England fans struggling to reach match against Uruguay
Supporters' hopes are still high as England enters what could be its knockout game
The England team finish off their preparations ahead of the Uruguay match with some superb dives from the goalkeeping team and footage of Gary Neville overseeing finishing practice
Join Alan Tyers and Michael Owen for minute-by-minute coverage of England's second game at the World Cup
Football Correspondent Henry Winter and previews England crunch match against Uruguay in Sao Paulo
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho reminds England's defenders of Luis Suarez's knack of winning spot kicks "where nobody else can"
Strictly Come Dancing professional dancer Kevin Clifton runs the rule over the tournament's best dances
Alan Smith: Roy Hodgson's men can expose Uruguay's flaws if they go on attack, but Suarez and Rodriquez are dangers
World Cup 2014, England v Uruguay: Latest news updates, score and result, our live minute-by-minute match report of the Group D game at Arena Corinthians, Sao Paulo, on Thursday, June 19, 2014, kick-o ...
England fans hope British-style weather will play into the hands of their national side in match against Uruguay
England striker stayed behind to talk to England coach and television pundit Neville after training on Wednesday
Jason Burt: For the first time in his career, Wayne Rooney's position in the England team, and not his status as its most important player, is being questioned. He is under a sustained scrutiny
Jason Burt: For the first time in his career, Wayne Rooney's position in the England team, and not his status as its most important player, is being questioned. He is under a sustained scrutiny
Steven Gerrard says England will create "big problems" for Luis Suarez's team, while Roy Hodgson says cooler temperatures in Sao Paulo could help England
Project Babb and EA Sports team up to create our Fifa 2014 World Cup simulator. Join Thom Gibbs and JJ Bull for the do-or-die clash between digital rivals England and Luis Suarez (also known as Urugua ...
Michael Owen: Uruguay centre-forward is a once in a generation talent who has redefined his role and poses England problems
England manager will urge attacking players to express themselves against Uruguay in pursuit of vital victory
Paul Hayward: Exciting squad have done much to restore hope after debacle of 2010 but defeat would restore old sinking feeling
Paul Hayward: Exciting squad have done much to restore hope after debacle of 2010 but defeat by Uruguay would still leave that same old sinking feeling
England's captain admits he has stopped responding to banter from his Liverpool club-mate ahead of Group D clash
Henry Winter: England reach a watershed in Sao Paulo, where they must avoid a fixation over Luis Suárez and concentrate on speed and belief
Forward insists he is 100 per cent ready to face England but Óscar Tabárez claims not to be convinced given he had surgery only last month
South Americans' striker provides the inside track on his team-mates who are standing in England's way
Telegraph columnist Alan Smith selects his England starting XI for World Cup 2014 clash against Uruguay
England midfielder says squad can be heartened by fact side lost opening game in Lisbon eight years ago but reached knock-out stages
Former England international Lee Bowyer talks about England's chances of getting out of the group and the recent criticism Wayne Rooney has received
From the archives: The Daily Telegraph reports England's Group A match with Uruguay as the hosts kick off 1966 World Cup at Wembley Stadium
England midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has posted a short video on Facebook of a young fan on the streets of Brazil taunting the England team as they leave training
Uruguayan president José Mujica claims English railworkers taught his countrymen how to play the beautiful game ahead of his national side's clash with England at the World Cup
World Cup 2014 England vs Uruguay: Read a full match preview including team news of the Group D game at Arena Corinthians, Sao Paulo, on Thursday, June 19, 2014, kick-off 20.00 (BST)
Read a full match preview including team news of the World Cup Group D game between Uruguay and England at Arena Corinthians, Sao Paulo, on Thursday, June 19, 2014, kick-off 20.00 (BST)
The Telegraph's Henry Winter says loyal Rooney fans want to see him back in his best number ten position
Forward is on course to play in his favoured central position in England's crunch match against Uruguay
England's senior duo are determined not to suffer further heartache and have reminded younger team-mates that good headlines mean little in defeat
He may be labelled by many as England's greatest hope at the 2014 World Cup, but Raheem Sterling says he just wants to keep on learning
Winger took QPR players' breath away with his ability in training - but never let success go to his head, says Steve Gallen, his former coach
After the potentially upsetting defeat by Italy, Steve Peters must concentrate on the positives ahead of Thursday's game
Raheem Sterling speaks ahead of England's match against Uruguay, saying the team cannot just focus on the threat of Luis Suarez
England vice captain Frank Lampard defends team mate Wayne Rooney saying there is an unhealthy 'fixation' on his ability
The Telegraph take to Copacabana beach to find out what England fans think of the team's chances against Luis Suarez
Mrs Rooney, 28, stood on the roof of her hotel in Rio de Janeiro and waved to the England striker as the team's bus drove past on its way back from training
Fifa announces Spanish referee Carlos Velasco Carballo will take charge of England's crunch fixture with Uruguay on Thursday
Daniel Sturridge speaks in the build up to England's decisive clash against Uruguay at the World Cup in brazil
Defender acknowledges the enormity of what is at stake in group game and says Suárez's return will provide huge boost
Exclusive Ian Chadband visits family of Uruguay's dynamic duo in Salto, the rural outpost where both strikers were raised
Henry Winter: With initiatives being implemented to try and make Wembley more like a home for England, FA director admits success in Brazil will help feelgood factor
Liverpool and England striker Daniel insists it is possible to put in maximum effort without diving or cheating
Liverpool and England striker insists it is possible to put in maximum effort without diving or cheating
Forward has undertaken extra training and shooting practice in an effort to keep his England place against Uruguay and break his World Cup duck
England striker's celebration against Italy recalled the moment his career took off with move to Liverpool
Liverpool striker hopes to upset Premier League team-mates in Group D meeting while claiming that England have 'defensive deficiencies'
Italian politician labels English, 'pretentious d****', following his country's footballing win in the World Cup
Jonathan Liew: The way this World Cup has panned out so far has left everyone beaten by the game's glorious unpredictability
Defeat to Italy means England need three points against the south Americans, and here are five ways they can get back on track in Group D
Former international tweets "thanks for the feedback (ahhahaha)!" over ridiculing of his style during Italy game which brings run of complaints to corporation
Thirty-five-year-old was successful with 103 of his 108 passes in a sweltering Manaus, the best record of any player at the World Cup so far
England manager Roy Hodgson on collision course with Arsène Wenger if Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's injury not left to recover fully
Wayne Rooney may be at heart of England's problem, but overlooking Ashley Cole was always going to expose England's left flank, says Alan Hansen.
Jordan Henderson praised Raheem Sterling's intelligence and ability to get past players, after the Liverpool winger's outstanding display against Italy
England striker was unconvincing in World Cup 2014 opener against Italy
Wayne Rooney reacted angrily when asked if he felt his place in Roy Hodgson's side was guaranteed after an unconvincing display against Italy
Injured occurred when Gary Lewin landed on a water bottle and manager Roy Hodgson admits experienced figure very close to the players will be missed
Hodgson claims Liverpool striker still has much to do to be considered a world great ahead of England's crucial tie against Uruguay
Striker's mother Grace celebrated her birthday just hours after England's defeat in their opening group match
England captain expects team to win next two games and says 'fearless' young side can hurt any team
Henry Winter: The positives were there in abundance. Now England must use Rooney where he can have maximum impact
Alan Smith: England manager has three main concerns as he prepares to face Uruguay, the biggest being United striker's loss of form
Michael Davison, an expert in football medicine, outlines the strategy behind the England's team's recovery from the conditions in Manaus
Greg Dyke reiterates his discontent at Sepp Blatter's continuing as the head of Fifa beyond 2015
Ian Chadband: Hero of Uruguay's shock 1950 World Cup victory over Brazil is still cutting a dash at the age of 87
Paul Hayward: Sterling, Sturridge, Welbeck and Barkley bring a vibrant approach with Italy game the start of exciting journey
Former England defender says sorry for claiming Gary Lewin should 'man up' after dislocating and fracturing his left ankle in freak injury
Despite last night's result against Italy, the mood in Manaus is one of celebration rather than tension, with most fans just happy to be in the spiritual home of football, reports Jeremy Wilson
Defender sees lots of positives in performance despite 2-1 defeat by Italy in first Group D game in Manaus
English fans in Manaus assess the team's performance after Italy beat them 2-1 in their first Group D match of the 2014 Fifa World Cup
Italy's 2-1 win against England in the first match of the World Cup left English fans downcast but optimistic that the team will step up to the challenge of the next games again Uruguay and Costa Rica
England supporters unite to ridicule monotone delivery of Phil Neville, who was making his World Cup commentary debut
Roy Hodgson says England must beat Uruguay and Costa Rica to have a chance of progressing to the knockout stage
Supporters say team played well, which could see them through next few matches
Alan Smith: Roy Hodgson's reputation as a cautious, pragmatic coach is taking a beating in Brazil
Henry Winter: Raheem Sterling typified England in that he is a work in progress but a step towards an age of enlightenment
Matt Law: Daniel Sturridge earned top marks of the England players - he is the form man having scored his fifth goal in nine international games
Italy player ratings: As ever Andrea Pirlo dictated the tempo of the match and orchestrated the Azzurri's, writes Jeremy Wilson
Chance of progressing to knockout stages of the tournament now look slim
England 1 Italy 2: Roy Hodgson's team offer encouraging display of pace and excitement but ultimately lose to second-half header
Paul Hayward: The one-man show has now closed down - our obsession with Wayne Rooney has given way to interest in younger, fresher names
England physio Gary Lewin seriously injures his ankle during celebrations of England's equaliser in game against Italy
Winger relieved that knee problem is not serious as he targets a return to fitness in time for Uruguay clash
Gallery: The very best images from Manaus as Mario Balotelli proves the difference between England and Italy
Rolling gallery: The very best images from Manaus as England and Italy go head-to-head in their opening World Cup game
Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling included in No 10 role, with Wayne Rooney to play on right wing for England against Italy in Manaus
Alan Smith compares the two likely starting XIs for the opening game of England's World Cup campaign in Manaus
Italy suffer a huge blow as veteran goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon confirms he will miss tonight's game with England
David Cameron has recorded a good luck message for the England team ahead of their first match in the World Cup in Brazil against Italy
England midfielder has started basic ball work as well as progressing to sprinting and turning after knee injury
Alan Smith compares the two likely starting XIs for the opening game of England's World Cup campaign in Manaus
Small corner of the Amazon Jungle awakes to chants of 'In-ger-land' and the sort of sights you might normally expect to see along the Costa del Sol
Around 2,500 England fans have bought tickets through the Football Association for Saturday's match against Italy but up to 5,000 more are expected to attend after buying tickets on the black market
Read a full match preview including team news of the World Cup Group D game between England and Italy at Arena Amazonia, Manuas, on Saturday, June 14, 2014, kick-off 23.00 (BST)
Latest news updates and score with our live minute-by-minute match report of the Fifa World Cup 2014 Group D game between England and Italy at Arena Amazonia, Manaus on Saturday June 14 2014, kick-off ...
After months of build-up, the England squad are quietly confident as they prepare to face Italy in their World Cup opening match
Matthew Norman: History and experience count against Hodgson's men, but that should not stop us from dreaming big this weekend
Italy's veteran goalkeeper Gianliuigi Buffon quits final training session before England clash with a twisted ankle
Despite talk about the quality of the Italian team, England captain Steven Gerrard thinks he will be leading the better team
Local Brazilians expected to come out in support of England in match against Italy despite old hatred of English in Manaus for sabotaging the city's rubber industry
Roy Hodgson tells rising stars to follow example of Brazil legend while manager urges supporters to have belief in his team
I know just how Wayne Rooney is feeling but if he can recapture how he played as a 17-year-old, he will be a match winner , writes Michael Owen
England captain tells his players nothing has been left to chance, but now they are on their own. His final message before they take on Italy will simply be 'let's have no regrets'
With a suspect defence, Roy Hodgson must send his team out with orders to attack and with belief , writes Henry Winter
Wayne Rooney can cope with pressure of trying to break World Cup duck, says England manager Roy Hodgson
Read a full match preview including team news of the World Cup Group D game between England and Italy at Arena Amazonia, Manuas, on Saturday, June 14, 2014, kick-off 23.00 (BST)
Football Correspondent Henry Winter and fans discuss England's clash with Italy in Manaus and more
Roy Hodgson can negate Italy's playmaker by studying the example of Park Ji-Sung, writes James Horncastle
Hodgson's men will need pitch-side fans, ice vests and 'slushies' in the jungle heat, writes Michael Davison
Alan Smith considers three areas that will determine if Roy Hodgson's team can begin their World Cup programme in style
The player most likely to change a game with a magic moment should start, says Paul Hayward in Manaus ahead of Italy game
Some England fans arrive in good spirits to Manaus port as they sing their way in on a boat laden with Union Jack flags
Q&A: Intense heat, high humidity levels and a terrible pitch, we answer the question on everyone's lips: why oh why the Amazon?
Tony Adams tells Gareth A Davies why Roy Hodgson has made a terrible mistake by not reuniting the Chelsea defence
Former England striker Teddy Sheringham looks ahead to how England will get on in Brazil
World Cup winner Ossie Ardilles looks ahead to the tournament in Brazil and analyses how England will get on.
Former England striker Michael Owen says Roy Hodgson's young stars can play with freedom and without pressure at the World Cup
Brazil is fully prepared to deploy its army to restore order in the worst case scenario of a violent riot
England have some of the most successful penalty takers for their clubs in the squad, so why do we have such a poor record in major tournaments?
Football Correspondent Henry Winter and fans discuss Brazil's opening victory over Croatia, England's clash with Italy in Manaus and more
England goalkeeper Joe Hart looks ahead to the match against Italy on Saturday night
Governor of the Amazonas admits the playing surface is plagued by a fungus that thrives in flood-hit Manaus
Gary Cahill talks of England's preparation before their first World Cup game against Italy, including how they have equipped themselves to deal with Italy playmaker Andrea Pirlo
Luke Edwards: This is a young and hungry group who are famous for playing football and little else - not a Golden Generation, but a Grounded Generation
Diego Maradona declares the Liverpool striker is the best forward in the world but it could be Diego Forlán stepping in for the opener
Ian Chadband: Striker abused by the far right and ridiculed for his private life is seen as a trailblazer for a new generation
With blame game under way and Italians expressing concern groundsmen spray treatment on surface and roll in green crystals ahead of England v Italy clash
Former defender's forthright approach and innate will to win make him highly-prized member of manager Roy Hodgson's coaching set-up
Roy Hodgson's No 1 believes tough times at last World Cup and during recent title-winning campaign have stood him in good stead
Cesare Prandelli may lose left-back after AC Milan defender pulls up in training ahead of opening game with England
Paul Scholes believes the Everton midfielder could make a similar impact to Wayne Rooney at the 2004 European Championships
Dutch referee who failed to see Luis Suarez bite opponent during a Dutch league game will take charge of England's opener in Manaus
England wing is running at full speed again and he even exhausted one of the physios who was sprinting with him in training
Jonathan Liew investigates: A common-ish gene links past winners, and incredibly Roy Hodgson's team meet the criteria
Former England striker and Telegraph columnist Alan Smith puts the Adidas Brazuca World Cup football to the test
Italy's talismanic midfielder feels perfectly at home alongside the Brazilians, reports Jeremy Wilson
England forward says he is a team man and is desperate to win the World Cup for his country, not for himself. Henry Winter reports
England forward says he is a team man and is desperate to win the World Cup for his country, not for himself. Henry Winter reports
Forward ready to spearhead England's challenge for glory but admits he has put too much pressure on himself at past tournaments
Forward ready to spearhead England's challenge for glory but admits he has put too much pressure on himself at past tournaments
Azzurri talisman tantalisingly hints he may go back on pledge to retire from international football following tournament in Brazil
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney says this is the best England squad he has ever been a part of and one he feels Italy should be scared of
Defiant England forward rejects fears over his form and fitness and promises he can deliver in opening group game
Danny Welbeck fails to appear at training, increasing likelihood that Raheem Sterling will start in Manaus
Football Correspondent Henry Winter reports on the growing concerns about the poor condition of Manaus's Amazonia Arena pitch where England will face Italy in their opening World Cup game
Will Scottish fans support England in Brazil? No thanks, says Michael Deacon - and, if they care about the future of the UK, English fans shouldn't support England either...
As the countdown to kick-off enters the final hours, we look at the runners and riders on the betting market as well as the more eye-catching odds and tips
Survey of supporters reveals that England fans are the world's most pessimistic, with only four per cent believing Roy Hodgson's men can win World Cup
Olympians and stars from other sports provide their views on who they think will succeed in Brazil ... and how far England will go
Expert responsible for the venue for England's opener says the turf is in 'bad shape' and will not be much better by Saturday
Fear England camp after the poor state of the pitch at the Amazonia Arena is revealed before Saturday's World Cup match
Mixed results as, instead of taking spot-kicks against Joe Hart, Ben Foster or Fraser Forster, players try to place ball into one of five holes in a special target practice net
Mixed results as, instead of taking spot-kicks against Joe Hart, Ben Foster or Fraser Forster, players try to place ball into one of five holes in a special target practice net
'Untouchable' Italy goalkeeper is ready for fifth World Cup having already frustrated Roy Hodgson's side at Euro 2012
Danny Welbeck a doubt for Italy game after damaging thigh, with Raheem Sterling impressing in Rooney role in training
Danny Welbeck in doubt for Italy game after damaging thigh leaving pathway open for Raheem Sterling to impress in No?10 role
Manager is prepared to take a gamble on forward's lack of recent game time and make a bold decision, writes Henry Winter
England coach knows from his time at Inter how strong his first opponents will be, writes Henry Winter in Rio
FA chairmans says two things England had hoped to avoid before the draw were a match in the Amazon city and being put in the same group as their Euro 2012 conquerors
Arsenal and England footballer Rachel Yankey had limited opportunities at school and believes more should be done to engage every child in sport
England manager Roy Hodgson reveals midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain could return from injury in time for his side's second World Cup game against Uruguay
Who should be in Roy Hodgson's starting XI for England's first World Cup 2014 match against Italy: Adam Lallana or Raheem Sterling? After watching the pair in training and talking to Adam Lallana, Hen ...
England begin campaign against Italy on Saturday and part of build-up has been centred on fitness of Steven Gerrard and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
England begin campaign against Italy on Saturday and part of build-up has been centred on fitness of Steven Gerrard and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
Fifa indicate its rules on political slogans being displayed at matches were breached by players who unfurled inflammatory banner
Exclusive: Fifa only allows official rights holders BBC and ITV to show footage in blow to satellite broadcaster
Work on the new line was supposed to be finished before the start of tournament in Brazil
Jack Wilshere adds to England manager's defiance by promising that the players will not wilt in the heat of Manaus against Italy
Hodgson and Wilshere confident of dealing with threat of veteran playmaker when they face Italy in World Cup opener
Chelsea manager finally reveal who persuaded him rejecting the FA in 2007, saying the prospect of playing against 'Kazakhstan and San Marino' was not for him
   
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