Euro 2012 News: Hodgson’s Revolution Will See Several Youngsters Drafted Into England Camp
Roy Hodgson has given an insight into his revolution that he’ll be undertaking at England, now that he has more time to settle in to his position and to shape England’s future.
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Here are the latest Euro 2012 headlines:
- Hodgson’s desire is to see a number of promising youngsters drafted into the senior camp — Sky Sports
- Germany v Italy semi-final preview — Manchester City FC
- Newcastle Falcons fitness coach on why Wayne Rooney wasn’t fit — The Telegraph
- The problem with Croatia’s nationalistic fans starts at the top — The Guardian
- England have the talent – but not the philosophy, says Rafa Benitez — The Independent
- Hugo Almeida ready for big chance — UEFA.com
- Russia chief quits after Putin meeting — The Guardian
- Germany are confident influential midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger will be fit to face Italy — Sky Sports
- There is no worse feeling than losing in a penalty shootout, says Graeme Le Saux — The Guardian
- England ‘must improve with the ball’ admits captain Steven Gerrard — The Independent
- England at Euro 2012 in numbers — BBC Sport
- Italy gives Germany nightmares — UEFA.com