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Archives: England

Watch ‘Mike Bassett England Manager,’ the Hilarious Mockumentary [VIDEO]

Posted on by Marshall Norbal
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It’s every Englishman’s dream to be the person who leads their country to World Cup success from the pitfalls of despair to the tears of joy and open-top bus parade around Central London. If you aren’t one of the managers … Continue reading

Carlsberg Presents: England vs. San Marino – An Inside Look at the Carlsberg Fan Squad

Posted on by Jord Willis
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Turning up six hours before kick off is something usually reserved for club staff, tourists and middle aged mothers who ‘want a little extra time to get there, just in case’. Despite being none of the above, that is exactly … Continue reading

Wayne Rooney is Worthy of Praise Despite Frustrating Moments

Posted on by Michael Schwartz
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As England struggled to break down Estonia’s defense on Sunday, Wayne Rooney was once again a central figure for all the good and bad moments. Like many other games with England, Rooney struggled in the final third. He missed chances, … Continue reading

Analyzing Roy Hodgson’s England Squad For Upcoming Euro 2016 Qualifiers

Posted on by Sean Barry
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Roy Hodgson this week announced his 21-man squad for England’s upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers against San Marino and Estonia. Southampton right-back Nathaniel Clyne and Swansea City midfielder Jonjo Shelvey are the notable call ups in what is a very young … Continue reading

Searching For Soccer In England, The Home of Football

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Last weekend was a surreal one for me. I spent most of the afternoon in York, as well as the morning in Edinburgh and the evening in Manchester. It was surreal because I was there on a Premier League Saturday, … Continue reading

England’s Midfield Still Unbalanced Despite Important Victory In Basel

Posted on by Chris Winterburn
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In what is likely to be England’s most important game of the qualification process, Roy Hodgson’s side overcame what has been a week of building pressure to take away a hugely important 2-0 victory over Switzerland in Basel as the … Continue reading

Heading Back Home to the UK: Travels Through England

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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It’s been eight long years since I was last in the United Kingdom. That’s not by choice, but when you’re raising a family, it’s tough to take young children with you, so my wife and I have decided to take … Continue reading

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Frank Lampard Announces Retirement From International Soccer

Posted on by Alex Muller
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New York City FC footballer Frank Lampard has announced his retirement today from the England national team. Lampard is “hanging up his boots” from international soccer before England begins its first Euro 2016 qualification game. The gifted midfielder made 106 … Continue reading

Where Your Favourite Club Should Be In The English Football Pyramid

Posted on by Chris Winterburn
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If you were to consider the history of your club in the post-World War II years until the end of last season, which league would your favorite team be placed in? If you’re a supporter of Manchester United, Everton or … Continue reading

Top 4 Tactical Innovations in Soccer

Posted on by Julian Delicata
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Following the impressive performances – most notably the 5-1 victory over the defending champions Spain – of Louis van Gaal’s Dutch side in the World Cup, a new formation seems to be in vogue…the 3-5-2. In reality, many sides have … Continue reading

Why Wayne Rooney Should Not Be Named England Captain

Posted on by Jord Willis
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With the announcement of Steven Gerrard’s international retirement, after 38 games as captain and 114 appearances, attention was quickly turned to one question. Who will wear the captain’s armband next for the Three Lions? Frankly, England isn’t littered with options. … Continue reading

Captain Steven Gerrard Announces His Retirement From England National Team

Posted on by Jord Willis
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England and Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has today officially announced he will retire from international soccer. Gerrard, 34, has taken his time to contemplate his future after the World Cup tournament, and has decided to call it a day on … Continue reading

League One Preview: Part 1

Posted on by Darrin Wilson
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So who has either been to a League One game, or even heard of the division?  Anyone?  No?  Ok then…  League One is England’s third division, below the Premier League and Championship, and above League Two.  It sends three teams … Continue reading

USA And England Fall In FIFA World Rankings While Germany Climbs to the Top

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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FIFA has released its latest World Rankings, which ranks the strongest teams in the world based on the average number of points they gain in a match as well as a combination of other factors. Germany climbs into first place … Continue reading

Why Gary Neville Is Correct That England Should Not Copy Germany’s Model

Posted on by Grant Miller
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The 2014 FIFA World Cup is over. A sad state of affairs for England, yes, but now that we’re officially in post-tournament mode there is still loads to talk about. Most of it will center around how one country got … Continue reading

England to Play in Scotland For First Time In 15 Years

Posted on by Scott J Hancox
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England has scheduled a friendly against Scotland to be played in Celtic Park on November 18. It’s the first time England will play Scotland north of the border in 15 years. The last time these teams met in Scotland, Paul … Continue reading

Reason For England Fans To Be Optimistic

Posted on by Derek Morriss
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Being an England fan at the latter stages of World Cup finals is akin to staring in through the window of a party you weren’t invited to. You can see all the fun being had by everybody there, and you … Continue reading

One Major Reason Why Germany Has Been More Successful Than England in World Cup 2014

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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In the summer of 2009, England and Germany faced off in the final of the UEFA European Under-21 Championship. The two sides had met earlier in the competition and had drawn 1-1. The Germans ended up routing the Stuart Pearce-led … Continue reading