That’s it the next time England get together their 23 man World Cup squad will have been announced. Gareth Southgate has opted to make his final squad early rather than … Continue Reading Who makes the plane?
After their impressive win over Holland on Friday there was always the danger that a much changed England team would deflate expectations with a poor performance, as happened 2 years … Continue Reading England 1-1 Italy: VAR penalty cancels out Vardy strike
After beating Holland last Friday England continue their World Cup preparations with a date at Wembley against another fallen superpower of world football; Italy. Whereas Holland and in full rebuild … Continue Reading England v Italy preview
It’s fair to say an England friendly went well when the mood an hour after full-time was distinctly more positive than what we experienced in the build up. Pundits have … Continue Reading Holland 0-1 England: Lingard’s Dutch Delight
England are heading to Amsterdam for their first fixture of 2018. With the World Cup less than 100 days away the main object of the exercise is for players to … Continue Reading Holland v England preview
The press and public reaction to the latest England squad underlined what we already knew; expectations are at a low point for the England team heading into the World Cup. Of course … Continue Reading What represents a successful World Cup for England?
After a 4 month absence International football is back and places for the World Cup are up for grabs, here’s a breakdown of Gareth Southgate’s latest squad… The squad is … Continue Reading England Squad Announcement: 10 takeaways
With less than a 100 days to the World Cup which England regulars should be looking over their shoulder? Joe Hart (75 Caps) He hasn’t played a Premier League game … Continue Reading The Cut Candidates
As Manchester United’s Scott McTominay chooses Scotland over England and Bayer Leverkusen’s Leon Bailey ponders his international future here’s a look back at other cases of dual nationality and what … Continue Reading Curious cases of dual nationality
In the autumn of 1993 as Graham Taylor’s World Cup bid turned to dust Sky Sports’ Richard Keys hosted a post-mortem as English football looked to the future. Then Leeds … Continue Reading Is the Winter Break finally going to happen?
So it’s congratulations to Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City, less than a week after the quadruple dream came to an unexpected end at Wigan the first leg of a possible treble … Continue Reading EFL Cup Final Reaction: Is it finally over for Arsene Wenger?
As it’s music awards season here we pay a lighthearted tribute to those who’ve sacrificed good taste and shown off their musical talents in the pursuit of World Cup Glory. … Continue Reading The World Cup Music Awards
International football is still hibernating but with only 1 international friendly window remaining before the greatest show on earth, who might be new blips on the England radar? 1.Nick Pope The … Continue Reading 10 Potential Surprise Call ups
With Nike revealing England’s kits for this summer’s World Cup here’s a light-hearted look back at the best and worst kits adorned with the Three Lions over the years. Best- … Continue Reading Best and Worst England kits
Last Tuesday marked the 60th anniversary of the Munich Air Disaster. A Commemorative service was held at Old Trafford whilst many made the pilgrimage to where the fateful spot near … Continue Reading 1958- How tragedy in Munich shaped England’s Swedish World Cup.
Yesterday saw Paul Heckingbottom confirmed as the new Head Coach of Leeds United. In doing so he became Leeds’ 18th manager since the summer of 2002 when David O’Leary’s departure … Continue Reading Leeds at the crossroads