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Your talk is cheap, Capello! Hodgson slams former England boss for criticising Rooney
28/06/2012 by Dailymail
Roy Hodgson has gone to war with Fabio Capello, accusing his predecessor as England manager of taking a 'cheap' shot at Wayne Rooney.Capello and Rooney have been embroiled in a public spat since the striker suggested things had improved significantly now the national team had a coach the players could understand. The Italian never mastered English but he responded by sayin... Full Story »
UEFA predicts record TV rating for Italy-England
28/06/2012 by YAHOO Sport
WARSAW, Poland (AP) -- UEFA says Italy's penalty shootout victory over England is likely to record the highest global television audience of any quarterfinal in European Championship history.UEFA says 100 million viewers watched on Sunday in the first 20 markets that reported ratings, with more than 100 broadcasters yet to deliver figures.England's loss on penalty kicks t... Full Story »
England fan who flashed Diamanti at Euro 2012 exposed
27/06/2012 by YAHOO Sport
The England fan who exposed himself in a vain bid to distract Italy's Alessandro Diamanti as he took the decisive penalty in Sunday's Euro 2012 quarter-final penalty shootout said on Wednesday he had no regrets.Tim O'Leary, a 35-year-old multi-millionaire who has a trading company in the City of London, told the Sun he would do anything to see England win - however Diamant... Full Story »
Phil Brown calls Pirlo 'homophobic' in radio gaffe
27/06/2012 by Goal.com
Phil Brown has been the subject of online ridicule after he mistakenly called Italy midfielder Andrea Pirlo ‘homophobic’.The former Hull City manager made the erroneous comment during an interview with BBC Radio 5 live when discussing the Juventus star’s reasons for never leaving his homeland to play for a foreign club. It is widely believed that Brown had intended to sa... Full Story »
Hoddle: England need a change of shape
27/06/2012 by Goal.com
Former England manager Glenn Hoddle has insisted that if the Three Lions are to find any kind of success, they need to come up with a more modern shape than the 4-4-2 formation.England looked defensively solid in Euro 2012, but their midfield appeared uncomfortable in possession and the strikers generally fed off scraps as build-up play lacked cutting edge.Despite thes... Full Story »
We needed to see much more of Ox and Jones
27/06/2012 by The Sun
NO MESSING ... Rio Ferdinand gives his honest assessment of EnglandRIO FERDINAND believes England missed a golden opportunity to properly blood two of their future stars at Euro 2012.The Manchester United defender was completely baffled that his versatile 20-year-old club-mate Phil Jones did not get a kick in the tournament.And he was scratching his head too when Arsenal’... Full Story »
Spurs blow with surgery set to sideline Parker for start of the season
27/06/2012 by Dailymail
Scott Parker could miss the start of the Barclays Premier League season amid fears the Tottenham midfielder may need surgery on his troublesome achilles.With Spurs set to appoint Andre Villas-Boas as their manager next week, the Portuguese will have an immediate problem to solve.Red zone: Scott Parker looks set to have surgery on his troublesome achillesRoy Hodgson said Parke... Full Story »
Why did Roy give up on the Baresi of England? Revolution means Jones
27/06/2012 by 7msport.com
Get to a certain age in this game and you write the same story, just with different names. England go to a tournament, England get outplayed by every good team they meet, England dig in and lose on penalties, and now it’s all about youth.I can’t wait for Friends tonight. I wonder if Ross and Rachel get back together. And what about that new rapper Eminem? Sounds really... Full Story »
Roo only play for Fergie! Capello takes swipe at England flop Wayne
27/06/2012 by Dailymail
Fabio Capello has delivered a  withering assessment of Wayne Rooney’s England career, claiming 'he only plays well in Manchester'.Last week the former England manager publicly clashed with his one-time star player, responding angrily to Rooney’s claim that life is better under Roy Hodgson because he can at least speak English. Capello said Rooney did not understan... Full Story »
Hodgson's right-hand man Lewington set for four-year deal with his old friend
26/06/2012 by Dailymail
Ray Lewington has agreed a four-year deal to be England manager Roy Hodgson's right-hand man. The FA are close to agreeing compensation of about £125,000 with Fulham to secure the permanent services of the 55-year-old. Lewington joined the England  set-up on a temporary basis prior to Euro 2012 but will now assist Hodgson until the 2016 European Championship.Trusted: Ro... Full Story »