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Dalglish glad for 'vindicated' families
Kenny Dalglish said an inquest jury ruling that the victims who died in the Hillsborough disaster had been unlawfully killed "totally vindicated" families who had campaigned for the truth to be revealed. Read full article
Hillsborough verdict 'justice at last'
Reaction after an English inquest jury found on Tuesday that the 96 Liverpool fans who died in the 1989 Hillsborough Stadium crush had been unlawfully killed, and blamed the police for the disaster. Read full article
Police failings led to 'unlawful killing' of fans
Police failures were to blame for the deaths of 96 Liverpool soccer fans in the 1989 Hillsborough stadium crush, a jury concluded on Tuesday after two years of hearings into Britain's worst sporting disaster. Read full article
Wilshere eyes Euro 2016 spot
Injury-plagued Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has set his sights on making the 23-man England squad that will be flying to France for the European Championships this summer. Read full article
Rooney may have to settle for bench
Manager Roy Hodgson has assured captain Wayne Rooney of a place in the 23-man England squad for the Euro 2016 in France, but has refused to guarantee him a starting berth for the June-July tournament. Read full article
Roy won't rule out Rashford Euro call
England manager Roy Hodgson has cautiously opened the door to a Euro 2016 call-up for 18-year-old Manchester United breakthrough star Marcus Rashford by describing it as "not inconceivable". Read full article
Hillsborough jury nearing full verdict
Jurors at the inquests into the deaths of 96 Liverpool fans at the 1989 Hillsborough disaster have reached conclusions on all but one issue, coroner John Goldring said on Wednesday. Read full article
Mou back in dugout at Old Trafford
Jose Mourinho's next managerial role has been revealed with the Portuguese leading 'England' against Claudio Ranieri's 'Rest of the World' side as the former Chelsea bosses clash at Old Trafford on June 5. Read full article
Roy plays down Carroll's Euro chances
England manager Roy Hodgson has played down West Ham United striker Andy Carroll's chances of being picked for this year's European Championship. Read full article
Carroll bid to make England return
Andy Carroll says he may have to change his physical style of play in international games as the striker makes a last-ditch attempt to win a place in the 23-man England squad travelling to France for Euro 2016. Read full article
Henderson could be fit for Euro - Klopp
Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson could still play for England at this year's European Championship despite suffering a serious knee injury, the Premier League club's manager Jurgen Klopp said. Read full article
Prince William pushes for FA reform
Britain's Prince William has urged the Football Association to reform its governance structure to avoid falling short of modern standards. Read full article
Rooney keen to extend England career
England captain Wayne Rooney believes he still has "a few years left" playing for his country, dispelling speculation that the 30-year-old forward could soon bring the curtain down on his international career. Read full article
Hodgson wary of leaving Rooney out
England manager Roy Hodgson has said it would take an "awful lot" for Wayne Rooney to be left out of his squad for this year's European Championships. Read full article
Wilshere can win Euro spot - Wenger
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has backed Jack Wilshere to win a spot in England's Euro 2016 squad despite the midfielder not playing a single game this season through injury. Read full article
Milner backs Alli to thrive under pressure
James Milner has backed England midfielder Dele Alli to continue his meteoric rise but urged the media not to put too much pressure on the teenager as it could have a detrimental affect on his development. Read full article
Stones must accept scrutiny - Roy
Everton centre-back John Stones will need to develop thick skin if he is to become a mainstay of England's defence, national manager Roy Hodgson has warned. Read full article
Rooney excited by competition
Injured captain Wayne Rooney is excited to be part of the fierce competition for places in England's starting line-up for the Euro 2016 finals in France. Read full article
Dutch bring England back to earth
Substitute Luciano Narsingh's contested 77th-minute winner brought England back down to earth as the Netherlands came from behind to claim a 2-1 victory in Tuesday's friendly at Wembley. Read full article
Sturridge, Welbeck told to prove fitness
England manager Roy Hodgson has admitted there is an "element of risk" in selecting Daniel Sturridge and Danny Welbeck for the Euros this summer and has urged the injury-plagued strikers to prove their fitness Read full article
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