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England, Sterling and the ‘tiredgate’ affair

October 17, 2014


October’s European qualifiers should have been a relatively painless affair for England with two fixtures against what the FIFA World Rankings say are vastly inferior teams.  A 5-0 victory over a San Marino side filled mostly with amateurs was never going to provide a genuine barometer to test the ability of this England side.  This […]

Roy Hodgson’s England selections?

November 12, 2012


Throughout his reign as England Manager, Roy Hodgson has not been shy when it has come to selecting players for his squad. His most recent surprise call up came for Everton midfielder Leon Osman who is in the squad to face Sweden on Wednesday 14th November. I admire Hodgson’s approach to the squad selection as […]