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Tag Archives: England national team

VIDEO: Steven Gerrard Says England’s Confidence Is High

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

England Captain Steven Gerrard spoke to the media in Miami on Friday afternoon following a training session at Barry University. The Three Lions have a final World Cup warm-up friendly tomorrow against Honduras before leaving for Brazil. Liverpool’s captain was … Continue reading

Five Things I Learned From England 3-1 Switzerland Euro 2012 Qualifier

Posted on by Jesse Chula

England continued their perfect run in Euro 2012 qualification on Tuesday night with an impressive 3-1 win away to Switzerland. Before the match, a clash of world class club managers was touted as the main story line as Fabio Capello … Continue reading

Should Fabio Capello Drop John Terry From the England Team?

Posted on by Jesse Chula

In a quite odd turn of events, former Italy captain and World Cup 2006 winner Fabio Cannavaro believes John Terry is soon likely to face the ax when next Fabio Capello calls upon players for Euro 2012 qualifiers. In a … Continue reading

England 1-4 Germany: England Eliminated and Left to Rue Disallowed Goal

Posted on by Jesse Chula

In the crucial last 16 clash v Germany, England boss Fabio Capello elected to stick with his winning eleven that saw off Slovenia in the last group stage match. Unchanged and with growing confidence, England took the field against one … Continue reading

Experience or Form? Which One Would You Go For?

Posted on by Kishore Nair

We have been here before. England’s performances so far have been under scrutiny and they have been panned by blood thirsty critics and fans alike. There is a feeling among most of us that the barrage aimed at England is … Continue reading

England Match Memories: Which Games Do You Remember?

Posted on by Gaz Hunt

Every country has its historic matches that will never be forgotten and England’s rich World Cup history provides many celebrated games. Say phrases like “1966 World Cup”, “hand of God”, “David Beckham free kick”, “Gazza”, or “losing to penalties” to … Continue reading

Fan Perspective: Wayne Rooney Injury Concern or The Knee That Carries a Nation

Posted on by Jesse Chula

  It seems my fear, dread and worry over the past few months has somehow manifested itself into an Atlantic Ocean-traveling orb of negativity. It’s left my old injured knee in Southeastern America, and traveled the 4,000 some miles to … Continue reading

Replacing David Beckham… (Bend It Like Walcott?)

Posted on by Ethan Armstrong

Until Fabio Capello took the wheel at England FC, I had this vision of an England World Cup qualifier 40 years from now: England are facing Croatia (who else) in a must-win fixture. The Three Lions are playing with ten … Continue reading

Setanta UK To Offer Its Own Free-To-Air Highlight Program Of Croatia-England

Posted on by Jeff Hash

The Guardian is reporting that Setanta Sports in the United Kingdom has reached a series of deals with several television providers to go unencrypted and offer its own highlight program for tonight’s match between Croatia and England.  The program starts … Continue reading

Setanta Has Its Rights, But Is Not Selling England Highlights In Its Best Interests?

Posted on by Jeff Hash

We are barely a month into the new four year contract that saw England national team matches move from the BBC and Sky to ITV and Setanta, but already Setanta, despite its smaller reach and operation, is playing tough.  The … Continue reading

Latest Gaffe Confirms The Premier League's Biggest Weakness Is The League Itself

Posted on by Jeff Hash

You have to hand it to the Premier League at times; when it decides they really want to shoot a hole in their foot, they know how to do it with little effort. The Guardian broke an exclusive story today … Continue reading

England: Back to Life, Back To Reality With Fabio Capello

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In the past 30 years, England’s national team has suffered a lot of disappointments. The country that failed to qualify for Euro 2008 also failed to qualify for the 1974, 1978 and 1994 World Cups. Then, of course, there were … Continue reading