Following his appearance as a pundit for the BBC’s FA Cup coverage on Monday England manager Roy Hodgson has all but confirmed Harry Kane’s place in his next squad, the Daily Mail is reporting.
Kane has been in irresistible form during his breakthrough season in a Tottenham shirt – bagging 23 goals in all competitions as his stock rockets within the game.
In comparison Danny Welbeck and Daniel Sturridge have been nursing regular ...More
England manager Roy Hodgson has said it should be his number two Gary Neville who replaces him as the next manager of his country, the Daily Star has reported.
Roy Hodgson took over as boss back in May of 2012 and has been in charge for Euro 2012 and last summer’s World Cup.
And despite reaching the quarter finals of the Euro’s three years ago England slumped to a wretchedly poor showing in Brazil – exiting the competition having...More
According to BBC Sport, England manager Roy Hodgson has revealed Tottenham striker Harry Kane is in line for a call-up ahead of next month’s internationals against Lithuania and Italy.
The 21-year-old has been in fine form for the Londoners this season, scoring 23 goals in 35 games in all competitions, and has been tipped for a call-up for some time. Kane has stiff competition in the England side, with Daniel Sturridge and Wayne R...More
Former England captain David Beckham believes Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane deserves a place in Roy Hodgson’s national team, according to ESPN.
Kane, who is eligible to play for the Republic of Ireland, has represented the Three Lions at Under-21 level but after what has proven to be a breakthrough season at White Hart Lane, there has been a clamour for Hodgson to include the home-grown forward in the senior side.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez doesn’t feel Ross Barkley should be part of the England Under-21 squad for this summer’s European Championships as the midfielder has moved beyond the youth category, Sky Sports has reported.
Martinez was asked about a potential call-up for Barkley to Gareth Southgate’s group for the competition, to be played in the Czech Republic in mid-June, after it was reported Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling wo...More
Gareth Southgate has signed a new deal with the Football Association that will keep him as England’s U21 manager until 2017, reports BBC Sport.
Appointed in August 2013, the 44-year-old has led England U21s to the 2015 European Championships, with many tipping the Three Lions to potentially go all the way given the strength of the squad. Southgate has managed Middlesbrough, but was out of the coaching capacity for a number of years u...More
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