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Gary Neville Explains Why England Brought Jack Wilshere To Euro 2016 Ahead Of Danny Drinkwater

SAINT-ETIENNE, FRANCE - JUNE 20: Jack Wilshire of England and Peter Pekarik of Slovakia compete for the ball during the UEFA EURO 2016 Group B match between Slovakia and England at Stade Geoffroy-Guichard on June 20, 2016 in Saint-Etienne, France. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

Among the more controversial calls from then-England manager Roy Hodgson for his Euro 2016 squad was the decision to select Jack Wilshere ahead of Danny Drinkwater. Wilshere barely played 100 minutes of football last season, while Drinkwater had just had the campaign of his life as he played a pivotal role in Leicester’s Premier League title win. Nonetheless, the Arsenal …

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Watch: Gary Neville’s Baffled Reaction To Suggestion That Rooney Should Move To The MLS

After a number of shocking performances for Manchester United this season, over the weekend, Jose Mourinho finally made the decision to drop Wayne Rooney from his starting XI vs Leicester City. It was a decision that the media had been demanding for weeks. However, after Jose Mourinho pulled the trigger on the massive dropping, the Portuguese manager was inevitably asked …

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Opinion: England Were Weak-Willed And Led By A Clueless Manager

NICE, FRANCE - JUNE 27: Players of England reacts after the UEFA Euro 2016 Round of 16 football match between Iceland and England at Stade de Nice in Nice, France on June 27, 2016. (Photo by Evrim Aydin/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

England’s Euro 2016 campaign can only be described as shambolic, from start to finish. There are no positives to be taken from that, other than the knowledge that is patently how a team should not go about participating in a tournament. As the Icelandic players fell to the ground in celebration last night, there could be no anger from the …

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The World Of Football Reacts To Brexit

Britain has, in case you’ve been living under a rock for the last day, voted to leave the European Union. The result comes as a massive shock, not least given bookmakers were offering odds of 1/10 that Britain would vote Remain early yesterday, and Nigel Farage, the outspoken supporter of a Leave vote, even conceded defeat when polls closed on …

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England: Five Candidates To Take Over From Roy Hodgson

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With the Euros around the corner and Roy Hodgson being told that contract negotiations won’t begin until after the tournament has concluded, it is a possibility that the FA could look to appoint a new man for the job in the near future. But who will they be looking at? _____ Gary Neville Long considered the heir to Hodgson’s throne, …

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Gary Neville Issues Statement After Being Sacked By Valencia

VALENCIA, SPAIN - FEBRUARY 09: Gary Neville manager of Valencia CF faces the media during a press conference ahead of Wednesday's Copa del Rey Semi Final, second leg match between Valencia CF and FC Barcelona at Paterna Training Centre on February 9, 2016 in Valencia, Spain. (Photo by Manuel Queimadelos Alonso/Getty Images)

Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville’s first foray into management lasted less than four months, as he was today sacked by Spanish side Valencia. Gary Neville sackedBREAKING NEWS: Valencia sack Gary Neville – Plenty more reaction on #SSNHQ right now or here: http://skysports.tv/OIaNcb Posted by Sky Sports on Wednesday, 30 March 2016 The 41 year old arrived at the Mestalla …

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Five Managers Who Could Replace Roy Hodgson At England After Euro 2016

LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 03: Roy Hodgson, manager of England looks on prior to the International friendly match between England and Norway at Wembley Stadium on September 3, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)

Despite coming through the Euro 2016 qualifying group with a 100% win rate, the future of England manager Roy Hodgson will not be resolved until after the tournament this summer. Though his side looked impressive in what was admittedly a relatively handy qualifying group, England’s subpar showing at the World cup in Brazil two years ago has not been forgotten …

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