Theo Walcott was recently called up to the English National Team for games against Lithuania and Italy. I don't understand why.
Roy Hodgson has named his squad for the upcoming matches against Lithuania and Italy. Of note is the inclusion of Harry Kane in his first call up to the senior squad.
Pace is overrated. Who needs pace when you've got intelligence?
With two Euro qualifiers matches coming up and injuries to several England regulars, Roy Hodgson had to made some changes to the squad that will play San Marino and Estonia.
With a spot in next June's U21 European Championship at stakes, Gareth Southgate called for some reinforcements from the senior squad for the upcoming playoff against Croatia.
A closer look at Jack Colback's selection for the last England squad illustrates worrying incompetence on Mr Hodgson's part.
In the 2-0 win against Switzerland, Jack Wilshere played in a holding-midfield role, a position that was fairly unfamiliar to him. Jack came out and had a fairly good game. Afterwards, when admitting that he wasn't so used to the role, the Arsenal midfielder said that he would study the position, particularly how world class talents like Pirlo and Mascherano play the role. Now, does that actually make sense for Wilshere and the English national team?
After a drab 1-0 win over Norway, the road to Euro 2016 begins with a trip to Switzerland.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has accepted that Match of the Day pundit Robbie Savage is right when he said the young England man needed a run of games to regain some form.
England have been dealt a major blow as it was revealed Daniel Sturridge will miss their tough opening qualifier in Switzerland.
You'll need to forgive us for the delay in getting this article up, we simply fell asleep.
England prepare for the start of their Euro 2016 qualification games with a friendly against Norway