England manager Roy Hodgson has told Phil Jones that his best chance of breaking into the national team will come through playing in central defence, says Sky Sports.
The Manchester United man was selected for Hodgson's first game in charge of England against Norway a year ago but hasn't pulled on the Three Lions since.
The 21-year-old has played at full-back and in central midfield for the Premier League champions this season but H...More
England manager Roy Hodgson has hit out at Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham for arranging post-season tours after the domestic season has finished.
England have two friendlies to play in the next fortnight against the Republic of Ireland at Wembley, before travelling to Rio to face 2014 World Cup hosts Brazil for the second time in the calendar year.
The FA brought the dates of these friendlies forward to allow players to have...More
Andy Carroll’s proposed permanent move from Liverpool to West Ham has been thrown into doubt after the striker was forced to pull out of the England squad with a heel injury that could keep him out of action for four months, the Daily Mirror has reported.
The two clubs had only just agreed a fee for the former Newcastle centre-forward, said to be in the region of £15m, after Carroll spent the season on loan at Upton Park when he was ...More
Despite a troubled first season with injury at Manchester City, Jack Rodwell has earned a call-up to the England squad for next week’s friendlies with the Republic of Ireland and Brazil.
The Daily Express has revealed Roy Hodgson’s desire to bring Rodwell back into the international set-up, although he wasn’t included in the initial party when the squad for these internationals was first revealed late last week.
Rodwell has figured ...More
Arsenal and England’s influential midfielder Jack Wilshere has revealed his ambitions in the long-term are to captain both his club and the Three Lions, according to Sky Sports.
He said: “I want to captain Arsenal and I want to captain England. That definitely appeals to me. It’s my ultimate dream.
“People say players are no longer bothered about wearing the England shirt. But for me it’s the pinnacle of my job because club rivalrie...More
England manager Roy Hodgson believes David Beckham has a lot to offer football post-retirement, and has called on the Paris Saint-Germain midfielder to stay involved in the game once he hangs up his boots, the Daily Mirror has reported.
Beckham announced on Thursday that he was calling an end to his playing career following PSG’s final game of the season, against Lorient on Sunday, and Hodgson hopes to see the former England captain ...More
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