Ahead of internationals to come against Lithuania and Italy, Manchester United and England forward Wayne Rooney is only three goals away from matching Bobby Charlton’s all-time goals record for England, but has revealed he’s tried not to think about too much beating the former Three Lions international, reports Sky Sports.
The 29-year-old has 46 goals for England from 101 caps, and looks set to break Charlton’s record, with many i...More
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge will be out of action for a month, after tearing a muscle following the Reds’ defeat to Manchester United last weekend, reports Sky Sports.
The England international has missed the majority of the campaign through injury, and could now be sidelined for another month with the muscle tear. He was due to play for the Three Lions in their Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania and their friendly to co...More
England manager Roy Hodgson has refused to confirm or deny Harry Kane’s level of involvement ahead of a potential debut for the Tottenham Hotspur striker, ITV has reported.
Kane was called in to the Three Lions’ senior set-up on the back of his prolific club form, plundering 26 goals by Easter and usurping the likes of Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado in Mauricio Pochettino’s plans.
It has been speculated that Kane could par...More
Everton defender Phil Jagielka has revealed England manager Roy Hodgson is much more of a laid back coach than predecessor Fabio Capello was during his time in charge of the Three Lions, reports BBC Sport.
“There can be too many rules. If Fabio didn't want anyone to have ketchup there was no ketchup. Roy allows us ketchup if we want. I'm not going to slag (Capello) off. He's had fantastic success with that style during his manager...More
England manager Roy Hodgson is frustrated with the spy tactics that saw the publication of a picture of a piece of paper that appeared to confirm Harry Kane would start against Lithuania on Friday, Sky Sports has reported.
Photographers were allowed in to England training on Tuesday and took pictures of Hodgson holding a piece of paper that seemed to list a possible formation for the Three Lions with Kane partnering captain Wayne ...More
Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick is hoping to play a central role under England manager Roy Hodgson, more than a decade after his international debut, Sky Sports has reported.
Carrick made his first senior appearance for the Three Lions in 2004 but is set to win only his 32nd cap, against Lithuania on Friday, having played only once at a tournament - the 2006 World Cup under Sven-Goran Eriksson. England failed to quali...More
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