England 5-0 Czech Republic: Sterling cashes Czechs at Wembley

After four months in hibernation international football returned this week with the start of European Championship qualifying. England’s campaign started at Wembley against the Czech Republic. The Czechs arrived with a young side short of the star names of their glorious past but believing they could cause an upset by targeting supposed weak link Harry

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Seven On Southgate’s Radar?

In little over two weeks time international football returns as Euro 2020 qualification begins. England will take on the Czech Republic and Montenegro, but which players have impressed enough to be added to Gareth Southgate’s expected England squad? Tom Heaton (Burnley) Having seen off one England goalkeeper to regain the number one spot at Burnley

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England January Round Up

It’s officially down time for international football, with no games scheduled until March. As a result news to discuss is thin on the ground at England Football.org Towers. So here’s a quick round-up of the January England news. Southgate in demand? It was revealed in the Daily Telegraph that Gareth Southgate is on Manchester United’s

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Solanke’s (last) big chance?

Bournemouth pulled off the surprise of the Transfer Window on Friday with the capture of Liverpool striker Dominic Solanke. The England Under 21 was signed for £19 million just 18 months on from arriving at Anfield. Solanke moving on isn’t a surprise having not made a senior appearance this season, but most expected a loan

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Double Draw means Dutch Date and Czech Mate

This weekend saw the unusual event of England partaking in two tournament draws. First came the European Championship qualifying draw and then on Monday the Nations League semi-final draw, so who did England get and how good are they? Dutch Date in Portugal England drew The Netherlands in the Nations League semi-finals whilst hosts Portugal

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England’s Weekly Winners and Losers: Week 14

On another historically bad weekend for English numbers in the Premier League, which of the chosen few came up trumps? Winners Tammy Abraham A 4 goal salvo! Better still he managed 6 goals in 7 days. Abraham excelled two years ago on loan with Bristol City and is up to his old Championship tricks at Villa. Abraham

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