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England’s Squad For Euro 2012: Our 23 Picks

Posted on by Phillip Badger

So Roy Hodgson will be naming his preliminary squad for this summer’s Euro 2012 tournament tomorrow at 8am ET/1pm BST. Here’s a comprehensive list of all the likely players considered, as well as who I think should be in the … Continue reading

Who Should Start Up Front for England at Euro 2012?

Posted on by Michael Schwartz

With the appointment of the experienced Roy Hodgson as the newest manager of the Three Lions, there is hope that England can make a run at this year’s European Championship. After all the controversy and negative media attention that makes … Continue reading

Euro 2012 On ITV – What Dreams Are Made Of [VIDEO]

Posted on by Alex Muller

The TV channel ITV (Independent Television) in the United Kingdom has released a new TV commercial to promote their coverage of the Euro 2012 tournament. It’s not as clever as the Carlsberg Euro 2012 ad, but it’s still pretty innovative. … Continue reading

The England Fan Academy for Euro 2012: Brilliant Carlsberg TV Commercial [VIDEO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Before every major World Cup or European Championship tournament, there are always new TV commercials released (especially in England) that are irreverent and try to tap into the heightened awareness and interest of these brilliant competitions. And, I think I’ve … Continue reading

Roy Hodgson Named England Manager: A Victory For Common Sense

Posted on by Alex Muller

The FA has unveiled Roy Hodgson as the new manager of the England national team today. It’s expected that Hodgson will complete the remaining two fixtures in charge of West Bromwich Albion before turning his attention to focus on England. … Continue reading

FA Approach Roy Hodgson to Become England Manager

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In a shock move, The FA has announced that it has received permission from West Bromwich Albion to approach Roy Hodgson for discussions about becoming the next England manager. “Roy is the only manager we have approached and we remain … Continue reading

UEFA Euro 2012 Video Game Trailer, England National Team [VIDEO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The England national team is such a polarizing topic. Either you love them or hate them. And that’s just speaking for the people who live in England, nevermind the rest of the world. Some days, I wonder if the England … Continue reading

4 Radical Suggestions to Improve England’s Euro 2012 Chances

Posted on by Greg Akerman

Frankly, England has a problem similar to that of mine when I play football. I’m a quality player, a rampaging right back in the mold of Dani Alves, since I’m still at that age where I have boundless energy from … Continue reading

England’s Future Looks Bright With the Next Generation of Footballers

Posted on by Ross Bellamy

Whisper it quietly, but England’s golden generation is coming of age. As we look towards this summer’s European Championship in the eastern bloc, the England football team looks more disorganised and segmented than ever before. No manager in place, an … Continue reading

Paul Scholes Could Be England’s Messiah, Yet Again

Posted on by Pulaha Chaudhuri

England’s quest for the first major trophy since Bobby Moore lifted the World Cup in 1966 suffered a late blow as Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere was ruled out for rest of the season and the European Championship. “Wilshere will not … Continue reading

ESPN Announces Plans for Euro 2012 Coverage for Viewers in the United States

Posted on by Christopher Harris

ESPN today announced its plans for coverage of the Euro 2012 tournament. For the first time, ESPN will have pre-match, half-time and post-match coverage of each of the 31 games. The opening and final matches will each have a 30-minute … Continue reading

Buy England’s New Home Shirt For Euro 2012

Posted on by Christopher Harris

England’s home shirt for Euro 2012 is beautifully designed by Umbro, featuring the red and white colors of the English flag. The England jersey is now available to order online, delivered directly to your door. The team of England stars … Continue reading

England-Holland TV Broadcast Implements Virtual Advertising Technology For Overseas Viewers

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Blink and you may have missed it. I certainly did. While watching today’s entertaining match between England and Netherlands, The FA and a sports production company implemented virtual sideline advertising boards that displayed different ads around the world than the … Continue reading

Stuart Pearce Picks England Captain In His Own Image

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The FA announced this morning that caretaker manager Stuart Pearce has named Scott Parker as captain of England for tonight’s friendly against Netherlands at Wembley (live on FOX Soccer at 3pm ET). It’s fitting that Parker was named by Pearce. … Continue reading

England Home Shirt for 2012 Unveiled: Official Photos

Posted on by Christopher Harris

England’s home shirt for 2012 has been officially unveiled by Umbro, the shirt manufacturer. The new home England shirt for Euro 2012 will be white with red trim. It’s a simple but elegant look that’s inspired by the colors of … Continue reading

Redknapp is Right for England, But is England Right for Redknapp?

Posted on by Martin Lindsay

It’s been almost two weeks since the Football Association accepted the resignation of Fabio Capello as England manager. Yet they seem no further forward in their attempts to appoint his successor. Tottenham Hotspur boss Harry Redknapp is still the unanimous … Continue reading

Umbro Prepares for Launch of England’s New Shirt, But Who’s Buying?

Posted on by Aram Gyan

England’s new shirt, to be worn during this summer’s European Championship, drops on February 29. The new shirt’s arrival angers some supporters who feel compelled to replace their current shirt, worn by England for all of eight matches, while outraged … Continue reading

Premier League Racism Scandal Has Made Everyone Look Bad

Posted on by Matt Duncan

One of the most depressing things to have emerged from the racism scandal that has threatened to overshadow large parts of the Premier League season is the loyalty blindness that has affected large amounts of fans throughout the league. The … Continue reading