Thursday, 10 July 2014

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The 33-year-old has not featured for the Three Lions since a friendly victory over Norway over two years ago but is hopeful he can force his way back into the reckoning this season

Monday, 7 July 2014

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The Everton manager was impressed with the displays of Roy Hodgson's men at the World Cup and feels they will be able to taste international glory in the near future

Sunday, 6 July 2014

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The Three Lions recorded their worst showing at the tournament since 1958 after picking up just one point in Group D, with the former midfielder pointing to a lack of experience

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The Millwall manager is furious at the poor attitude shown by England players at World Cup 2014, with the Arsenal star's reaction to being substituted against Costa Rica telling

Wednesday, 2 July 2014

Tuesday, 1 July 2014

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The England international has finalised his move to Anfield, penning a long-term contract, with the Reds paying around £25m for the 26-year-old

Thursday, 26 June 2014

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With the Three Lions having returned home after their World Cup campaign ended early, the former Liverpool manager is adamant that he will stay on for Euro 2016

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After a worst ever World Cup campaign, the midfielder feels the Three Lions' promising youngsters must learn from the experience ahead of the Euro 2016 qualifiers

Wednesday, 25 June 2014

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Roy Hodgson's dejected side touched down at Manchester airport on Wednesday after a 0-0 draw with Costa Rica brought to an end their frustrating campaign in Brazil

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The Three Lions' poor showing at the World Cup in Brazil should be properly scrutinised and not overshadowed by the new controversy surrounding the Uruguay striker

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Following their draw with Costa Rica, a record 11th by a team in tournament history, the Three Lions mounted up a plethora of unwelcome titles... and Goal has them all

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Following a worst ever group stage which failed to include a single win, Goal takes a look at those who will benefit and suffer from the Three Lions' time in Brazil

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The Three Lions crashed out of the World Cup without winning a game and must now start planning for the future, with Roy Hodgson requited to drop some big names

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

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The 36-year-old captained a youthful Three Lions side as they drew 0-0 with Costa Rica and, despite their World Cup exit, he believes the future of the national side is bright

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The England manager saw a much-changed starting line-up draw 0-0 with the group winners and he was pleased with the performance of his players in Belo Horizonte

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COMMENT: Roy Hodgson's side failed to shine as the Three Lions ended the World Cup without a win - and the usual suspects together again at the heart of the side

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Roy Hodgson's men were unable to give their supporters one last cheer as they leave Brazil without winning, while their counterparts earned the draw which sees them top Group D

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Roy Hodgson shuffled his pack for the final group stage clash, resulting in a tame encounter that saw the Central American nation advance as group winners

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Roy Hodgson's men play their final match in the World Cup in Brazil after two disappointing results, with our tipster backing them to end the competition without a victory

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The current Three Lions manager is confident his assistant is capable of leading his country, but warned against a quick route into management for the pundit and coach