England are set to play a friendly in Miami on the eve of their 2014 World Cup competition, reports The Daily Mail newspaper tonight.
If you’ve been reading World Soccer Talk for a while, you’ll know that this isn’t new news. Last month, the Evening Standard newspaper reported the same news, while one week prior to that Sports Illustrated reported that England were planning on coming to the States.
The only new news in The Mail newspaper article tonight is that England will play at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, and that England will play the United States either in Boston or Washington DC.
It’s still good news, no matter how you spin it!
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
- England set for Miami friendly on eve of 2014 World Cup — The Mail
- Zlatan Ibrahimovic unlikely to play at World Cup again — Sky Sports
- England’s goalkeeper Joe Hart is still No1 but Germany made him sweat — The Guardian
- Joachim Löw drops Germany down a gear but power is still there — The Guardian
- Which United States player helped himself most Tuesday in Austria? — Pro Soccer Talk
- Gibraltar claim stunning draw with Slovakia in their first ever international — Metro
- BT ready for more ‘eye-watering’ TV rights bids after Champions League — The Guardian
- BT Sport would ‘welcome’ talks with Fifa over bidding for rights to show live World Cup matches — The Telegraph
- John Terry England return called for by Danny Mills — The Mail
- Adam Lallana is in my World Cup finals plans, says manager Roy Hodgson — The Telegraph
- Didier Deschamps signs new contract as France manager until 2016 — L’Equipe
- Crystal Palace poised to appoint former Stoke City manager Tony Pulis for vacant role at Selhurst Park — The Telegraph
- Neil Taylor dismisses Europa League ‘tiredness’ excuse for Swansea City struggles — Wales Online
- Premier League still ‘quintessentially English’, says Richard Scudamore — The Guardian
- Man Utd defender Phil Jones ‘out for 10 days’ — Off The Post
- Seattle Sounders make it official, announce Osvaldo Alonso as their latest Designated Player — Pro Soccer Talk
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