Roy Hodgson has named his new England starting 11 ahead of their friendly match against Norway as Everton’s John Stones is set to start his first international match.
Former Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes is close to making a move to Liverpool after agreeing personal terms with the Merseyside club
Newest Arsenal signing Danny Welbeck may have only join the club, but he seems to have joined their injury list after the former Manchester United striker picked up a knock training with the England national team.
Former Manchester United defender Paul Parker has blasted Wayne Rooney for his recent performances, asking manager Louis van Gaal to drop the Englishman
Manchester United striker Robin van Persie came out to play down any rumours regarding his career threatening knee operation, which many believe was the reason Louis van Gaal stepped up the chase for Radamel Falcao.
Chelsea star Cesar Azpilicueta has confirmed his long-term future with the club by signing a new five-year contract
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“Back to life, back to reality” tinkled the jazz-inflected tones from the video screens as the glittering Mercedes dealership prepared to greet Joachim Löw. The Germany team that Löw took to the World Cup is not quite ready to face reality just yet. There is still a bit more to be squeezed from their golden, Brazilian summer.
When Wayne Rooney was asked what he made of the Norway defender Vegard Forren calling him “chubby”, he smiled and said he was “not too interested”.
New England captain Wayne Rooney admitted that it will be “a special moment” for him when he leads his team for the first team at Wembley against Norway on Wednesday
It is more than 11 years since Wayne Rooney made his England debut at Upton Park as a substitute in an England team that lost 3-1 to Australia, one more unsightly dent to the rusting bodywork of the national team’s reputation. Since then he has seen so many minor catastrophes, fresh dawns, old problems and declarations of new eras that one more will make little difference either way.
Wayne Rooney, the new England captain, who will lead his side out at a half-full Wembley on Wednesday night for a friendly against Norway, said the players had to win the fans back.
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In the Colombian city of Santa Marta on the Caribbean coast, a statue towers by the entrance of the Eduardo Santos stadium. Wild coils of yellow hair, arms flailing and eyes fixed on the ball, the 22-foot bronze work portrays one of the country’s most recognizable faces: that of Carlos “El Pibe” Valderrama, the languid genius and heartbeat of Colombia’s golden team of the 1990s.