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Germany’s coach Loew wary of ‘strongest England in years’

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Berlin (AFP) – Germany head coach Joachim Loew launched a charm offensive ahead of Friday’s international friendly at Wembley by insisting this is the strongest England side in recent years.

The Germans have won all of their last six matches against old rivals England at the iconic Wembley, a run stretching back to 1982.

Germany’s coach Loew wary of ‘strongest England in years’

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Berlin (AFP) – Germany head coach Joachim Loew launched a charm offensive ahead of Friday’s international friendly at Wembley by insisting this is the strongest England side in recent years.

The Germans have won all of their last six matches against old rivals England at the iconic Wembley, a run stretching back to 1982.

England’s Broad plays down Ashes ‘war’

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London (AFP) – England paceman Stuart Broad is refusing to rise to Australia opener David Warner’s declaration of “war” as Joe Root’s men prepare to fly out to defend the Ashes.

The pugnacious Warner said earlier this month he would “dig deep to get some hatred” for the England team ahead of the series, adding: “As soon as you step on that line it’s war.

Ebullient England gunning for depleted Dutch in friendly

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Invigorated by Saturday's thrilling 3-2 friendly win over world champions Germany, England tackle the Netherlands on Tuesday seeking to sustain the feel-good factor ahead of the European Championship.

Goals from Harry Kane, Jamie Vardy and Eric Dier saw an England team inspired by Dele Alli come from 2-0 down to beat Germany and while manager Roy Hodgson was quick to downplay the result's importance, there was no disguising the ebullience of his youthful team's display.

Ebullient England gunning for depleted Dutch in friendly

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Invigorated by Saturday's thrilling 3-2 friendly win over world champions Germany, England tackle the Netherlands on Tuesday seeking to sustain the feel-good factor ahead of the European Championship.

Goals from Harry Kane, Jamie Vardy and Eric Dier saw an England team inspired by Dele Alli come from 2-0 down to beat Germany and while manager Roy Hodgson was quick to downplay the result's importance, there was no disguising the ebullience of his youthful team's display.

USWNT v. England: Schedule, lineups, how to watch SheBelieves Cup

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The first round of the exhibition SheBelieves Cup kicks off tonight with a double-header on FS1 between England and the U.S., and France and Germany.

The SheBelieves Cup kicks off today with a double-header in Tampa, Florida. The first match, France versus Germany, begins at 2:00 p.m. PT, but will not be streamed or broadcast on TV.

Man Utd’s Chris Smalling and Michael Carrick both start for England vs Poland, Spurs’ Andros Townsend also plays

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England Team: Hart, Smalling, Baines, Gerrard, Cahill, Jagielka, Townsend, Carrick, Sturridge, Rooney, Welbeck #EngvPol The FA (@FA) October 15, 2013 Manchester United defender Chris Smalling is the surprise selection for England for tonight's must-win qualifier against Poland. He gets the nod ahead of club team-mate Phil Jones to replace the suspended Kyle Walker.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers tells Roy Hodgson to look after Raheem Sterling

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Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has used the club's official warning to send a reminder to England boss Roy Hodgson that he needs to take good care of Raheem Sterling. The 18-year-old was in scintillating form at the start of last season and has started to show glimpses of his potential again this term.

David Beckham reminds you (and Roy Hodgson) that he never retired from the England team

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Amidst the many controversies related to Rio Ferdinand pulling out of the England squad, 37-year-old David Beckham would like to remind everyone that he is still very much available for international duty.

From the PA:

Beckham would rush to his country's aid if Roy Hodgson decided he could do a job for the national team again.

Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney conducts the world’s most boring interview with Everton’s Leon Osman and Leighton Baines

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Wayne Rooney took the train journey down to London for tonight's friendly with Brazil as the perfect opportunity to hone his broadcasting skills. His England team-mates Leon Osman and Leighton Baines were the new Paxman's first victims. The interview starts very much like a Garth Crooks interview. But once Wazza's into the swing of things [.

Diego Maradona Goal Against England (No, Not That One) Featured In Animation [VIDEO]

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Diego Maradona's sensational goal against England in the 1986 World Cup will long be remembered. No, not the handball one, which —in some circles — is better known, but the one where Maradona snaked through half of the England team ......

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Diego Maradona Goal Against England (No, Not That One) Featured In Animation [VIDEO]

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Diego Maradona's sensational goal against England in the 1986 World Cup will long be remembered. No, not the handball one, which —in some circles — is better known, but the one where Maradona snaked through half of the England team and scored one of the best World Cup goals of all time.

Artist Richard Swarbrick produced the wonderful animation.

Hodgson agrees with Wenger that he won’t rush Wilshere back to the England team

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When Arsenal played Olympiakos in the Champions League, Roy Hodgson and Arsene Wenger spent most of the game in discussions about the up-coming England fixtures and the outcome was that both Kieran Gibbs and Carl Jenkinson ended up getting invited to join up with England, but it seems that Wenger also persuaded Hodgson not to rush Jack Wilshere back to quickly after his 14 months on the treatment table.

Serbia Unlikely to Face Tough Action

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The racial and physical abuse subjected to England's U21 players and staff at the end of their Euro 2013 qualifying playoff against Serbia on Tuesday has rightly outraged the majority in football, who thought those sort of dark days were long gone.
After Connor Wickham tapped into an empty net to earn England a 1-0 victory and propel them into Israel next summer, the team suffered a barrage of abuse and missiles from the Serbian home crowd, while their players stormed to the celebrating England team to verbally and physically express their grievances.

England National Review: All Systems Go for the FA as Rooney Earns the Plaudits in Dominant Victory

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Wayne Rooney captain of England (Photo by Scott Heavey/Getty Images)

It's been a busy week for the England team, both on the field and off it. Not only did they have a World Cup Qualifier to contend with, but issues involving Twitter as well as the opening of the Football Association's new center of excellence have contributed to a week full of talking points regarding the Three Lions.

Carl Jenkinson gets England call-up – but can’t play!

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The Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson trained with the England team the other day and most papers reported it as just being part of the settling-in process with a view to joining up with England for the next World Cup Qualifiers next month, but it seems that was wrong.

The Tottenham right-back Kyle Walker missed that training session through injury and Hodgson had asked Jenkinson to come in as cover for Glen Johnson, and was hoping to officially give him his first senior cap against Poland tomorrow as Hodgson is set to name a completely different team to the one that faced San Marino.

England v. San Marino Preview: Hodgson’s men must put 10+ goals past San Marino

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Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge pose with the England team (Photo by Rui Vieira - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

When it comes to today's gripping World Cup Qualifier between England and San Marino there should be only one question on everyone's mind

Will England hit double digits in goals scored?

England A team needed to replace England Under21 format

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England A team needed to replace England Under21 format

This week sees another international date in world football for FIFA World Cup Qualifiers and a few other meaningless friendlies. In particular, England face European minnows San Marino at Wembley on Friday, and then have a difficult away match in Poland next Tuesday.

England A team needed to replace England Under21 format

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England A team needed to replace England Under21 format

This week sees another international date in world football for FIFA World Cup Qualifiers and a few other meaningless friendlies. In particular, England face European minnows San Marino at Wembley on Friday, and then have a difficult away match in Poland next Tuesday.

This weeks Gadsby’s England is now available @ CSRN

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On this week's roundup, Gadsby's England pays tribute to Brian Woolnough, who has sadly died today, one of the finest journalists to cover the England team. Plus all the latest England news.

Oxlade-Chamberlain: I’m not a regular England player yet – I’m still learning

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The Arsenal youngster Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain received accollades for his polished performance (in the first half) of England's 5-0 demolition of Moldova on Friday, but he doesn't in the slightest think that he is the finished product just yet and still has a lot to learn from the more experienced members of the England team.

Oxlade-Chamberlain – It will be an honour to play at Wembley but I still have to work hard

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The newest young Arsenal starlet to break into the England team, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, is really looking forward to making his official Wembley debut in this weeks World Cup Qualifier against the Ukraine after playing 45 minutes against Moldova on Friday. Bt he is still keeping his feet on the ground and admits he still has [.

From Diamond To Swoosh: England Sever Their Umbro Ties

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We've been here before, of course. The news that the Football Association has decided to jettison Umbro as the manufacturers of the England national teams kit in favour of the brand that owns it, Nike, has been a long time coming and should be no great surprise to many seasoned kit-watchers.

The aggregation of marginal gains increases scrutiny on Hodgson’s England and The FA

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I haven't written much over the past 2-3 weeks or so as being an English ex-pat living in the USA, my emotions have been completely caught up in that wonderful spectacle back home called the London Olympics. Day after day of supreme effort from British athletes has energized a nation and apparently cauterized the acid memories of ignominious performances from the England football team in successive international tournaments.

The aggregation of marginal gains increases scrutiny on Hodgson’s England and The FA

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I haven't written much over the past 2-3 weeks or so as being an English ex-pat living in the USA, my emotions have been completely caught up in that wonderful spectacle back home called the London Olympics. Day after day of supreme effort from British athletes has energized a nation and apparently cauterized the acid memories of ignominious performances from the England football team in successive international tournaments.

Olympics 2012 Soccer – Hodgson set to name England squad

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Roy Hodgson is expected to exclude several fourth-year thespians when he gens his England team for Wednesday's friendly against Italy. HTTP://news.bbcimg.co.uk/media/image/62165000/jpg/_62165132_royhodgson.jpg

The Weight of History: Great Britain & Brazil play at Wembley

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According to the FIFA preview for this event, Team GB's game against Brazil will be the first women's football match ever played at Wembley.*

I'm a big supporter of Team GB. They have great players - just the midfield features Jill Scott, Rachel Yankey, Fara Williams, Anita Asante. There's Kelly Smith, Ellen White, Alex Scott - all fantastic and very experienced players.

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

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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....

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Boom! Ex-England manager Fabio Capello has a cheeky dig at Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney

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Amid all the on-field action in the last week, there has been a rather tasty one-way feud bubbling up between former England boss Fabio Capello and Wayne Rooney. It all kicked off when the Manchester striker claimed that the Italian's tactical orders for the England side had all been "lost in translation".

Boom! Ex-England manager Fabio Capello has a cheeky dig at Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney

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Amid all the on-field action in the last week, there has been a rather tasty one-way feud bubbling up between former England boss Fabio Capello and Wayne Rooney. It all kicked off when the Manchester striker claimed that the Italian's tactical orders for the England side had all been "lost in translation".

Manchester United

Video: Andy Carroll vs Wayne Rooney (West Ham 2-2 Manchester United)

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Occasional England team-mates Andy Carroll and Wayne Rooney clashed during last night's West Ham versus Manchester United match. The pair tangled at the corner that led to Carroll's head-first assault on David De Gea. After a bit of usual set-piece pushing and shoving, Rooney appeared to tread on Carroll's foot, Sunday League style.

Video: Maradona wonder goal captured in magnificent animation

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The sight of Diego Maradona slaloming through the England team in the 1986 World Cup is a thing of beauty. A tubby but mesmeric knife through stodgy Anglo-Saxon butter. The resulting goal arguably the greatest in World Cup history is suitably ripe for a doting animation and football artwork aficionado Richard Sawbrick has [.

The Tactics Board – 4-4-2 Preview for MUFC in 2012

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This has been the standard formation in England for several decades. This formation blasted onto the scene in England with Alf Ramsey's 1966 England team. The 4-4-2 became the mainstay for English football for 40 years, with most teams playing this formation to the exclusion of almost every other formation.

Arsenal

Arshavin’s Russia snub could benefit Arsenal

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Andrey Arshavin has 75 caps and 17 goals for the national team of Russia, but it does not look as if he will be getting any more in the near future. The Coach of Russia is Fabio Capello, and he has only used Arshavin once since taking over after Euro 2012. Capello has announced his latest 35 man squad for the upcoming friendly against USA and the Arsenal player is not in it.

FULL Arsenal injury update ahead of Norwich game

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At last the bloody international break is over and we can get back to the serious stuff yet again. It was entertaining watching the England team playing water-polo but there is nothing like a bit of old-fachioned footy to get the pulses racing.

The good news for Arsenal is that we have only lost one player from the internationals, and Wenger doesn't think that Walcott will be out for very long.

More top clubs sign up for 2012 NextGen series

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There is little doubt that anything which can improve the technical skills of young English footballers at youth level is something to be welcomed, and thus the announcement that Arsenal and Chelsea will be joining up with the NextGen series this year is encouraging news for fans of the England team.

New England Revolution

Revs Lose Another Game By One Goal

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The New England Revolution are in free-fall mode at the moment. The 2-1 loss in Chicago last night, extended the club's winless streak to seven games (0-6-1) dating back to early July. The streak is the team's longest since going seven games winless from July 23 through Sept. 7, 2011 (0-2-5).

Same Old Story

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The Revs midfielders desire to dribble over playing the ball quickly has hurt the team lately. (Photo: Chris Aduama/aduama.com)

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. It's the same story, just different night for the New England Revolution. The Montreal Impact came into Foxborough and took advantage of the one mistake New England made, while the Revolution didn't have an answer for Montreal's defensive shape.

The Rest

Is The US Better Off Than It Was Four Years Ago?

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Since the USA's elimination at the hands of Belgium in the World Cup Round of 16, the question that everyone is asking is this: Is the US better off than it was four years ago?

It's a legitimate question to ask. The USA went out of the World Cup at the exact same juncture as it did four years ago in South Africa, and by the exact same score line in extra time.

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