Tag: england


How England’s Euros squad differs from Russia 2018

With the Euros just around the corner, Junaid Bashir compares the difference between this latest squad and the team we took to Russia in 2018.

Watch: England fan falls through bar roof during rendition of ‘Football’s Coming Home’

An undoubtedly drunk England fan falls through the roof of a bar after the Three Lions’ World Cup win.

Cadbury launches competition to win chance to play football with legends

Jamie Redknapp reveals his dream five a side team, and how you could win the chance to play alongside him, Thierry Henry, Shay Given, Jimmy Bullard and Alex Scott, courtesy of Cadbury.


Project England

Trnava is a small city located in western Slovakia known for its scenic views and dubbed the ‘little Rome’ of its country. It’s also well renowned for its religious beliefs, playing host to numerous churches. It was perhaps fitting th


Herbert Chapman: The man who transformed Huddersfield Town

What if I told you that Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool weren’t the first clubs to have a trophy run? What if I told you that it was a club that most people outside of the town don’t speak of?


England to miss out on the fruits of Guardiola’s labour

And so when the worst kept secret in football was revealed, that Pep Guardiola would become the manager of Manchester City next season, the inevitable questions followed. How many points will Man City win the title b


Stopping the disappearing acts of young English talent

As everyone obsesses over the Raheem Sterling saga, their attention should be turned to the other exciting English talent that has made his move to the Etihad: Patrick Roberts. Manchester City have acquired a midfi


The Premier League: the world’s best…. finishing school?

When I think about player development and where each player can learn what they need to become great players, I usually assign different issues to different leagues. In Spain you develop your skills, Italy focuses your tact


England’s wasted generation

I’ve spent the last couple of nights watching some retro football documentaries, “Gazza: The Real Me,” “Gazza: The Italian Diaries” and “Chris Waddle – The French Way”. Watching these absolutely blindingly talente


Wayne Rooney: still an integral part of England’s future

Having spent Saturday evening listening to BBC Radio 5 live, I was absolutely astounded to be hearing ludicrous comments regarding the immediate international future of Manchester United and England skipper, Wayne R


Football managers that lose their way

With Nigel Adkins losing his job as manager of Reading FC, it got me thinking about managers that have suddenly lost their way having made encouraging, albeit eventually misleading, starts to their management car


Former England goalkeeper David James lashes out at goalpost, goalpost wins

Poor old David James. He spent most of his career trying to shake off the nickname of ‘calamity’ after a few howlers in his time, he’s been in the press recently after being declared bankrupt and now he’s made an absolut


Does Hodgson need to look beyond Rooney, Welbeck and Sturridge?

England fans are relatively sheepish when discussions of the recent World Cup crop up, but since the debacle in Brazil, when England were eliminated after just two matches, Roy Hodgson has got his three lions roaring with


Take England around the country

There has been growing talk recently of a different kind of football coming to the UK in the form of a hugely growing American league in the NFL. American Football is becoming increasingly more popular over this side of t


Have club ruled over country in Sturridge omission?

While the upcoming Euro 2016 qualifying games against San Marino and Estonia may not strike much fear into any England fans, both fixtures provide a wonderful opportunity for the players to show that they can still perf