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Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere says sorry for smoking and it won’t happen again
1 day ago
The Arsenal and England midfielder has apologised for the ‘unacceptable’ images of him smoking in a Las Vegas swimming pool
Bryan Robson: England have no outstanding candidate as captain
4 days ago
The former Manchester United and England captain Bryan Robson says there is no ‘standout’ candidate to lead England after Steven Gerrard’s retirement
England are left to wonder: where have all the captains gone?
5 days ago
Andy Hunter: Steven Gerrard’s retirement means the armband is up for grabs, but Wayne Rooney looks to be the only contender for the job
England captain Steven Gerrard retires from international football
6 days ago
After 14 years and 114 appearances for England, Steven Gerrard has decided to concentrate on playing for Liverpool
Steven Gerrard’s England retirement provokes appreciation and regret
6 days ago
Andy Hunter: The national team will miss Steven Gerrard’s leadership qualities and dedication after 114 caps but he often failed to live up to his Liverpool billing
England suffer system failure with self-belief the casualty
1 week ago
Andrew Anthony: Germany do it right but the English way is short-termist, vague, unbinding and needlessly complicated
England's early World Cup exit rips up Sports Direct replica shirt hopes
1 week ago
Sports retailer says it missed out on £20m in profits as England fans failed to fork out on football kits
England plummet to 20th in Fifa world rankings while Germany go top
1 week ago
England have slumped to their lowest Fifa ranking for 18 years following their disappointing World Cup campaign
World Cup 2014 review: 64 memories from 64 matches in Brazil
1 week ago
From Fred's fall in the opening match to Mario Götze's winner in the final, we have enjoyed 64 matches, 171 goals and one long month of football. Here are some things you might have missed, some you might not remember and some you will never forget
So long and thanks for the memories, Brazil. We’ll never forget you
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Barney Ronay: We came expecting protests and chaos. But the lasting legacy of 2014 will be the recasting of international football at the pinnacle of the sport and a new Wunderteam from Germany
Sol Campbell: 'I'm going to keep on talking until things start changing'
2 weeks ago
He may have retired as a player, but Sol Campbell's fight against racism in football is just getting going. Here he talks to Tom Lamont about the years of abuse
World Cup 2014: a ground-hopper’s day-by-day diary
2 weeks ago
Brazil in brief, from Dutch fans treated as heroes and one of the most extraordinary half-hours, to Fifa’s bloated Rio bubble
Brazil 2014 has served a feast of World Cup football not easily forgotten
2 weeks ago
Paul Wilson: There may not have been a single standout team or player but as a whole, Brazil 2014 has presented an absolute summer treat fans will remember
Life after 7-1: what happens to footballers after a defeat like Brazil's?
2 weeks ago
Brazil's World Cup players know the ignominy of their 7-1 defeat will be with them for life. They are not alone, writes Leo Benedictus
The real World Cup winners: BBC or ITV?
2 weeks ago
For the 2014 World Cup, the BBC has arguably had slicker and more reliable coverage – but ITV has shown great style
World Cup 2014 day-by-day: the road to the Germany v Argentina final
2 weeks ago
From great group stages to penalty shootouts, Luis Suárez’s bite and Brazil’s Mineirazo, the story of the 2014 World Cup
World Cup 2014: the big winners
2 weeks ago
Simon Burnton: Ashley Cole has never looked better for England while the Brazuca beats the aero-grooves off the Jabulani and 2014 really has been the year of the substitute
World Cup 2014: the big losers
2 weeks ago
Paul Doyle: Eat your heart out, Premier League, international football is alive and vibrantly relevant – though England, France and Spain don’t seem to have got the message
Manchester United’s England players told to turn out for pre-season tour
2 weeks ago
Louis van Gaal has ensured that Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck, Phil Jones, Luke Shaw and Chris Smalling will take full part in Manchester United’s pre-season tour of the US
Americas dominating Europe at World Cup so far but will it last?
4 weeks ago
Teams from America have enjoyed a clear superiority over their Uefa counterparts during the group stages in Brazil, with only six from football’s traditional powerhouse in the last 16

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Governing body's chairman says delivers damning indictment of its key figures and warns that there must be drastic changes if the game is to progress.
While others are still suffering a World Cup hangover, young Liverpool forward Sterling has been boosted by the experience
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

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Football: England v France
3 years ago
Our photographer is at Wembley to bring you all the action as the Laurent Blanc's French team make the short hop over the Channel to take on Fabio Capello's new look England
Euro 2012 qualifiers: England v Montenegro
3 years ago
All the best images from Tom Jenkins at Wembley as England attempt to make it three wins out of three in their Euro 2012 qualification campaign
Euro 2012 Qualifiers: Switzerland v England
3 years ago
We bring you all the action from Basel as Fabio Capello's men attempt to make it six points out of six from their first two qualifiers
   
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