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Football | England

Gerrard quits international football
England captain Steven Gerrard has announced his retirement from international soccer, the Football Association said on Monday. Read full article
Don't copy Germany, Redknapp urges Eng
Harry Redknapp believes England need to stop trying to emulate other international teams and focus on creating their own footballing identity, the Queens Park Rangers manager said on Friday. Read full article
Scotland to play England in Glasgow
Scotland and England will meet at Celtic Park on November 18 in an international friendly, the national associations of both countries announced on Monday. Read full article
Wife said no to England job - Mourinho
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has revealed that his wife, Matilde, was responsible for his decision to turn down the role of England head coach in December 2007. Read full article
England reveal WCup shirt numbers
England's shirt numbers for the forthcoming World Cup suggest Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is a strong contender to start his side's opening match against Italy despite an injury-plagued season Read full article
English FA bans worldwide players betting
All professional players in English soccer will be banned from betting on matches anywhere in the world, the Football Association said on Wednesday. Read full article
FA to take no action against Scudamore
The Football Association will take no action against Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore over sexist emails leaked by a former personal assistant, the governing body said on Tuesday. Read full article
'Match-fix target' in UK non-league games
Players and businessmen in the Far East allegedly conspired to fix matches by placing huge bets on non-league matches in England, a court heard on Monday. Read full article
England could pay for lack of wisdom - Sol
England's dynamic World Cup squad contains one youngster too many, and could be undone by its lack of experience when the tension rises in Brazil, Sol Campbell said on Friday. Read full article
Cautious England put faith in Rooney
After chastening experiences at the last two World Cups, England go to the finals in Brazil with a new wave of youth supporting Wayne Rooney. Read full article
Hodgson gives Cole glimmer of WCup hope
Roy Hodgson suggested on Monday that Ashley Cole could be asked to make an international comeback in case of a pre-World Cup injury to rival left-back Leighton Baines. Read full article
Cole quits England after World Cup axe
Chelsea left-back Ashley Cole announced Sunday he was retiring from international football after being told he'd been left out of England manager Roy Hodgson's squad for the World Cup. Read full article
England must trust in youth at World Cup - Owen
Former England striker Michael Owen says manager Roy Hodgson must trust in youth if the country is to have any success at next month's World Cup finals in Brazil. Read full article
FA proposes Premier League B-teams
A Football Association commission set up to investigate ways of improving the England side wants to allow Premier League clubs to enter B teams in lower divisions from 2016-17, it was announced on Thursday. Read full article
City break annoys England boss Hodgson
England manager Roy Hodgson has said there is nothing he can do to stop Manchester City taking members of his World Cup squad on a post-season tour of the United Arab Emirates. Read full article
England boss unimpressed by late form
England manager Roy Hodgson has ruled out making any late changes to his World Cup squad based on "last-minute form" in the final weeks of the Premier League season. Read full article
Crawley player gets five-game ban
Crawley Town defender Paul Connolly has been banned for five matches by the FA after confronting a supporter who threw the ball at him from the stands during an English League One match last week. Read full article
Hats off as Luton return League
Former League Cup winners Luton Town will return to the Football League after a five year hiatus next season as on Tuesday they were assured of winning promotion from the Conference Premier. Read full article
English soccer pauses to commemorate Hillsborough
Every senior match in England will kick-off seven minutes later than normal this weekend as soccer marks the 25th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster. Read full article
Manager fired over betting
English third-tier club Tranmere has fired its manager for breaching betting regulations. Read full article
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