Archives: England

England Remain Third in Latest FIFA Rankings Following their Win Against Italy: The Daily EPL

Posted on by Alex Muller

In the alternate reality of the FIFA rankings, England is still the third best team in the world according to the latest rankings released today. If that’s the case, then England should walk over Moldova and Ukraine in the matches … Continue reading

Nike to Replace Umbro As Official Kit Providers for England Team: The Nightly EPL

Posted on by Alex Muller

The Daily Mail is reporting that a deal is poised to be completed that will see Nike replace Umbro as England’s official kit manufacturer. The shocking news could be a death blow to Umbro, who have lost most of its … Continue reading

John Terry Charged by The FA With Racial Abuse Against Ferdinand; Terry Denies Charge

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Chelsea captain John Terry has been charged by The FA with racial abuse against Anton Ferdinand. “After seeking advice from an external Independent QC, and having considered the evidence and Magistrates’ Court decision in the John Terry case, The FA … Continue reading

The First World Cup Belongs in Durham, England

Posted on by Jord Willis

On today, the day of the opening ceremonies at the Olympic Games, I want to ask you, the avid soccer fan, who won the first World Cup. It is likely you say “Uruguay”. You may say that they won their … Continue reading

Interview With Arsenal Legendary Goalkeeper David Seaman [VIDEO]

Posted on by Alex Muller

Arsenal and England legendary goalkeeper David Seaman recently answered several questions from EPL Talk, including some of his most memorable goalkeeping jerseys he wore, what positions he played other than goalkeeper, how the way he watches games now has changed … Continue reading

Lions to Lambs? A Critique of Roy Hodgson’s England During Euro 2012

Posted on by David Tully

You didn’t really believe it was going to happen, did you? Following yet another tournament exit at the very first stage of the knock-outs, this England team achieved its standard, more historically accurate aim of a somewhat awkward glorious exit. … Continue reading

Euro 2012 News: Rio Ferdinand Criticizes Hodgson’s England Tactics and Selections

Posted on by Alex Muller

Rio Ferdinand is at it again. Before the tournament, he was opening his big mouth. And now after the tournament, he’s digging his own England grave by criticizing Roy Hodgson’s England tactics and selections. With Hodgson in charge for the … Continue reading

England vs Italy Hits 3 Million Viewers On ESPN To Break Euro Record

Posted on by Christopher Harris

ESPN’s live coverage of the Euro 2012 quarter-final match between England against Italy was seen by an average viewing audience of 2.968 million, beating ESPN’s previous record audiences during Euro 2008 and Euro 2012 tournaments. The only previous European Championship … Continue reading

England Must Focus On Their Central Midfield for Brazil 2014

Posted on by Michael Schwartz

As England’s run through the Euro ended in a painfully familiar fashion, all hope of an improbable run concluded bluntly on penalties. After the match, manager Roy Hodgson focused on the positive aspects of England’s four matches. He remained proud … Continue reading

Euro 2012 News: Hodgson’s Revolution Will See Several Youngsters Drafted Into England Camp

Posted on by Alex Muller

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. Before we get to the news, be sure … Continue reading

Euro 2012 News: Paul Scholes is England’s Pirlo, says Michael Owen

Posted on by Alex Muller

The word for the day is depression. But life goes on. Here’s the latest Euro 2012 news headlines. Paul Scholes is England’s Pirlo, says Michael Owen — Manchester Evening News Spain won’t change despite ‘boring’ tag, says Xabi Alonso — … Continue reading

England: Over And Out

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s painful to realize that England was probably a penalty away from winning the semi-final against Italy. If Ashley Young’s penalty had gone under the crossbar, I have no doubt that England would have gone to win the shootout. The … Continue reading

England vs Italy, Euro 2012 Quarterfinal: Open Thread

Posted on by Michael Schwartz

England vs Italy 2:45pm ET TV schedule Buy England and Italy shirts England team: Hart, Johnson, Terry, Lescott, Cole, Milner, Parker, Gerrard, Young, Rooney and Welbeck. Two titans of international football will square off on Sunday as the redemptive Three Lions take on the experienced … Continue reading

Where to Find Italy vs England On TV

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Italy against England will be televised to millions around the world today, so don’t miss out. The Euro 2012 quarter-final match features Group D winners (England) against Group C runners-up (Italy). Whoever wins this game will play Germany in the … Continue reading

Euro 2012 News: 20 Million Expected to Watch England-Italy On UK TV

Posted on by Alex Muller

Okay England fans, take a deep breath. We’re almost there. For many of us, this will be the match of the tournament. The good news is that England is as best prepared for this match as they’ll ever be. They … Continue reading

Italy vs England Preview

Posted on by Matt Jones

The pressure and expectation that has burdened many an England side at major tournaments in the past seems to have been alleviated under Roy Hodgson. There weren’t many who had England as their tip to win these Championships. There were … Continue reading

England vs. Italy: Wayne Rooney’s Chance to Transcend Stardom, Embrace Legend

Posted on by Richard Farley

Wayne Rooney’s match-winner against Ukraine seemed to temper a meaningful critical review of his return. Rusty with his first touch and flashing a footballing mind working quicker than his out-of-practice reflexes, the tournament debit showed he wasn’t far from being … Continue reading

England vs Italy: Pick Your Starting Line-Up

Posted on by Christopher Harris

England will face Italy on Sunday in Kiev. The winner will book a semi-final place against Germany, but if you’re Roy Hodgson, who is going to be in your starting line-up? You could argue that Hodgson hasn’t made a wrong … Continue reading