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Archives: England

1990 World Cup Panini Stickers Featuring Some Familiar Faces: Photos

Posted on by Christopher Harris

I went through a stack of Panini stickers from the 1990 World Cup today, and picked out eight different stickers that I thought you would be interested in. Click on the above photo for a larger photo. A lot can … Continue reading

Football Stars Collector Cards From 1986 Featuring British Football Legends: Photos

Posted on by Christopher Harris

I’m nearing the end of looking through my box of English football collectibles that I found in my garage. I have one or two more items I’ll be sharing with you in the next 48 hours, but in the meantime, … Continue reading

England Card Collection From 1998 World Cup: Photos

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s day four of cleaning out my garage (it’s looking pretty tidy so far). Today I uncovered a pack of England cards that were issued by Upper Deck in 1998 under the title of “England: The England Card Collection.” In … Continue reading

Euro 2012 Draw: Live Blog

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Today the excitement kicks off for Euro 2012 as we’ll learn which teams will face each other in next summer’s tournament to be held in Poland and Ukraine. The draw will begin at approximately 12:30pm ET and, for viewers in … Continue reading

My Picks for England’s Euro 2012 23-Man Squad

Posted on by Andrew Bishara

With one more friendly match to play, Fabio Capello has to decide on whom to take on his 23 man squad to Euro 2012. And with several questions to answer, including whether to take the suspended Wayne Rooney or should John Terry still be captain … Continue reading

England’s Win Over Spain Illustrates The Different Philosophies of Football

Posted on by Izzy Roberts

Alfred Lord Tennyson wrote “Tis better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all”. Spanish fans echoed similar sentiments following their recent 1-0 loss to England in an international friendly. It was a brave defensive display … Continue reading

Cause for Optimism After England’s Surprising Victory Against Spain

Posted on by Christopher Harris

I forced myself to watch the England against Spain game delay on Saturday night. I didn’t have high expectations. And I wasn’t excited about watching the England team play. They’ve lacked the passion for so long when they’ve played that … Continue reading

Which Premier League Club Has the Most Players on the England Squad?

Posted on by Jamie Edwards

Last month England finished top of their qualifying group for Euro 2012 and now face Spain this Saturday (November 12), then Sweden next Tuesday (November 15) at Wembley Stadium. Fabio Capello gives Daniel Sturridge and Jack Rodwell a chance to … Continue reading

How Sexism Affects Women’s Football in the UK

Posted on by Carla Palmer

Many people may have been under the illusion that sexism was no longer present in football until Richard Keys and Andy Gray faced disciplinary action over their comments about female referee’s assistant Sian Massey. The fact that influential figures still … Continue reading

Is the John Terry Racism Claim Damaging to English Football?

Posted on by Joseph Weathered

Among the sudden troubling outbreak of Premiership players throwing alleged racial epithets (and spitting) around, the John Terry/Anton Ferdinand “F*****g Black C**t” incident stands at the forefront among the other incidents involving Luis Suarez/Patrice Evra and Antolin Alcaraz/Richard Stearman. Due … Continue reading

The Growing Disillusionment With England’s National Team

Posted on by Matt Lane

It’s long been a debate about what is more important to players and fans, club or country? With the explosion, especially in the last ten years or so, of the Premier League as the most exciting, well-watched league in the … Continue reading

Which Of These 8 Managers Should Lead England After Capello?

Posted on by Simon Farnsworth

It’s the hardest Job in football: The England manager position. As another crumbling failure’s reign is nearly up, the FA face one of the most important decisions in their history. Do they go foreign again? Do they pluck for a Brit? Do they go … Continue reading

Does Harry Redknapp Really Want to Leave High-Flying Spurs for the England Job?

Posted on by Frank Sale

Harry Redknapp probably has his best side to date at Tottenham Hotspur, much more superior than the team that took them into the Champions League two seasons ago anyway. Spurs are flying, having won four out of their last five … Continue reading

What the England National Team Will Look Like At World Cup 2014

Posted on by Simon Farnsworth

It is never easy being an England fan. The side seems to be either woefully underperforming, in the middle of scandals or suffering from just sheer bad luck. Being an England supporter really should come with a health warning. For … Continue reading

FOX Soccer Extends FA Cup, Community Shield and England TV Rights In USA

Posted on by Alex Muller

Good news for English football fans in the United States. FOX Soccer has renewed exclusive media rights with The Football Association (FA), the governing body of soccer in England, for six more years through the 2017-18 soccer season.  The current agreement is … Continue reading

Phil Jones is a Talented Centre Back, Not Right Back

Posted on by Frank Sale

Phil Jones looks certain to play at the highest level for Manchester United and England for years to come. England need a fresher, more energetic and more youthful look next summer, and they will get that through Jones. He is … Continue reading

England Still Has Plenty Of Issues For Capello To Sort Out

Posted on by Frank Sale

England have qualified. I suppose, that is the main thing. However, they qualified with the same typical tendencies that usually send us out of these major competitions. Firstly, Wayne Rooney, and his red card. He is under a barrage of … Continue reading

Montenegro Shows The World Why England Is Still Cr*p At Football

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The less said about England’s performance from Friday against Montenegro, the better. They qualified for Euro 2012, but it was a less than convincing performance. When England walked out for the beginning of the second half, I had a feeling … Continue reading