Friday, March 27, 2015

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The two are set to be sidelined with the Liverpool winger scheduled to have an injection for a toe problem while the Arsenal striker picked up a knee problem against Lithuania.

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Roy Hodgson's side has won seven straight matches since exiting the World Cup at the first hurdle and the striker believes the continent's best sides will be worried about them.

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After coming off the bench to score on his England debut, Tottenham forward Harry Kane described his international bow as a "dream."

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The Football Association has served Hull City with a £30,000 fine for failure to control their players.

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After weeks of talking openly about contract talks, Mark Hughes has put pen to paper on a new Stoke City deal until 2018.

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The striker is close to entering the international record books, with just four more goals needed for him to become the Three Lions' all-time top scorer ahead of Bobby Charlton.

Thursday, March 26, 2015

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England striker Wayne Rooney is ready to enter the record books, with Bobby Charlton's all-time scoring record up for grabs.

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The 34-year-old admits he was keen to help out the established players in any way he could whilst breaking through to the first team at Stamford Bridge.

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More than one billion pounds from the record-breaking Premier League UK TV deal is set to be shared outside the competition over a three-year period.

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Harry Kane can expect his full England debut this week, although boss Roy Hodgson refused to say whether he would start against Lithuania.

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Arouna Kone could make an immediate return for Everton after the international break, following positive results from a scan on his knee.

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Chelsea has extended John Terry's deal until the end of the 2015-16 campaign, taking the defender into an 18th season in the first team.

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Raheem Sterling and James Milner are nursing respective toe and knee problems as England prepares to face Lithuania at Wembley.

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The England international publicly contradicted his manager on Twitter on Thursday and it is the latest in a long line of disputes over deals involving key players.