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Football | England

Evans released from jail
Former Sheffield United and Wales striker Ched Evans was released from prison on Friday after serving half of a five-year sentence for rape. Read full article
Lampard tells critics to lay off Sterling
Frank Lampard came to the defence of Raheem Sterling on Wednesday, saying the Liverpool midfielder had been "brave" to admit to feeling tired. Read full article
‘Clubs could do more for hard-pressed fans’
Former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard sympathises with fans' fears over the rising cost of watching football in England and believes clubs should offer more cut-price tickets. Read full article
Sterling hits back over tiredness criticism
England forward Raheem Sterling on Monday defended his decision not to start his side's Euro 2016 qualifying win over Estonia on Sunday, saying: "Excuse me for being human." Read full article
England cruising but little to brag about
Nine points from three games in a mediocre Euro 2016 qualifying group means fans can begin to dust off their French phrase books as surely not even England can make a drama out of this one. Read full article
Hodgson denies Rooney sub claim
England manager Roy Hodgson denied claims he was about to substitute Wayne Rooney until his captain scored the crucial goal in Sunday's scrappy 1-0 win over minnows Estonia. Read full article
Rooney spares England's blushes
Wayne Rooney spared Roy Hodgson's blushes as the England captain's fine free-kick secured a 1-0 win against 10-man Estonia in a hard-fought Euro 2016 qualifier in Tallinn on Sunday. Read full article
Wilshere reveals Alonso inspiration
England's Jack Wilshere has revealed that he has been adapting to his new international role as a holding midfielder by studying footage of Bayern Munich's Spanish midfield organiser Xabi Alonso. Read full article
Hodgson vows to save Sterling
England manager Roy Hodgson insists he won't let rising star Raheem Sterling suffer from burnout on the road to Euro 2016. Read full article
Hodgson respects 'Scandinavian' Estonia
England manager Roy Hodgson has warned fans not to expect another stroll in the park when they face Estonia in their latest Euro 2016 qualifier in Tallinn on Sunday. Read full article
Hodgson pleased by England's win
Roy Hodgson was delighted almost as much by his players' professional approach to dismantling San Marino 5-0 in their Euro 2016 Group E qualifier on Thursday as he was by the victory itself. Read full article
England hit five past San Marino
England duly beat San Marino 5-0 to maintain their perfect start to their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign but laboured for long periods against the joint-worst team in the world at a half-full Wembley. Read full article
United great Charlton taken to hospital
Manchester United legend Bobby Charlton was taken to hospital on Thursday after complaining of stomach pains. Read full article
Hodgson defiant over Sturridge treatment
Roy Hodgson has declared that he will continue to dictate his players' training schedules despite Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers's reservations about his handling of striker Daniel Sturridge. Read full article
Roy dodges row by dropping Sturridge
Roy Hodgson avoided another potential confrontation with Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers when he omitted Daniel Sturridge from the squad for England's upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers on Thursday. Read full article
Hodgson, Rodgers agree on Sturridge
England manager Roy Hodgson must decide whether to risk a row with Liverpool by selecting Daniel Sturridge against the wishes of the Premier League club. Read full article
England players 'treated like babies' - Rio
England's players are "treated like complete babies" in comparison to those of major international teams, according to Rio Ferdinand. Read full article
Artificial pitches could return to England
Artificial pitches could return to English soccer from next season after a majority of club chairman from the third and fourth tier leagues said they would be in favour of their reintroduction. Read full article
Lim buys stake in former United stars club
Singaporean billionaire Peter Lim has bought a 50 percent stake in non-league English side Salford City, which is currently owned by five former Manchester United players. Read full article
Dyke wants to end gift-giving culture in football
The English Football Association should lead the way in rejecting a culture of gift-giving in soccer to counter continual allegations of corruption and bribery within the sport's governing bodies. Read full article
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