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FA To Approach Arsenal Boss Arsène Wenger For England Job [Report]

PARIS, FRANCE - JUNE 25: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is seen in the stand prior to the UEFA EURO 2016 round of 16 match between Wales and Northern Ireland at Parc des Princes on June 25, 2016 in Paris, France. (Photo by Matthias Hangst/Getty Images)

England’s search for a successor to Roy Hodgson has seen them linked with a number of candidates from round the world, but they want to talk to a manager much closer to home. The Telegraph (in a collaborative effort from reporters Sam Wallace, Jason Burt and Matt Law) aretonight reporting that the Football Association are to sound out Arsenal boss Arsène Wenger with …

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This Picture Shows Why Germany Are Kings And England Paupers

An image of the two line-ups of the 2009 Euro U21 final has been doing the rounds on social media and begs the question: why did the German players fulfil their potential and the English ones not? The Euro U21 final 2009 squads. Why did Germany’s squad fulfil their potential but England’s arguably did not? pic.twitter.com/TZzfKC86jz — The European Game …

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Arsene Wenger Hints At Interest In England Job [Reports]

Arsene Wenger’s time at Arsenal maybe coming to an end. Arsene Wenger’s 20 year reign maybe about to come to an end according to reports published in The Telegraph and The Sun this morning. Both article cite an interview broadcast on beIN Sports, in which the Arsenal boss remained coy over suggestions that he might succeed Roy Hodgson as England manager. The 66 year …

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Pleidiol Wyf I’m Gwlad: A Wales Team For All To Be Proud Of

‘Pleidiol Wyf I’m Gwlad’ translates as “I am devoted to my country”. It’s integral to the identity and philosophy of the Wales football team that has been such a revelation at Euro 2016.  It comes from Wales’ beautiful national anthem ‘Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau’ (Land Of My Fathers). Whilst money-laden outfits like Spain and England have floundered and iconic players …

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FA Turn To Former England Rugby Coach Stuart Lancaster For Advice

BAGSHOT, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 06: Stuart Lancaster, the England head coach, faces the media during the England media session at Pennyhill Park on October 6, 2015 in Bagshot, England. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

Former England Rugby Head Coach Stuart Lancaster knows a thing or two about humiliating early exits from competitions. His side were knocked out of the World Cup last year at the group stage, after defeats to Wales and Australia left them watching the remainder of their own tournament from the comfort of their own homes. In all, the 46 year …

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Arsenal Fans Demanding This Massive La Liga Manager As Wenger Replacement

Arsene Wenger is the early favourite to succeed Roy Hodgson as England manager and rather than react with horror, Arsenal fans have instead revealed who they want to see take over at the Emirates. Since Hodgson’s resignation following his side’s dismal 2-1 defeat to international lightweights Iceland in their last 16 clash at the European Championships, the list of names …

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Revealed: The Disparity In Earnings Between The England Football And Rugby Teams

England v Iceland - Round of 16: UEFA Euro 2016

The England football and rugby teams have enjoyed contrasting fortunes this summer. Last Monday night England crashed out of Euro 2016 after suffering an embarrassing 2-1 defeat at the hands of Iceland. Following the result, the media were unforgiving in their analysis of both the team’s performance, and that of manager, Roy Hodgson. The players did not escape scrutiny either, …

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Gareth Southgate Rules Out England Manager Job

The England U21s coach has reportedly turned down the chance to coach England – even on an interim basis – in what is likely to improve very embarrassing news for the beleaguered governing body. Accordin to The Telegraph, Soutgate feels that being interim manager would not be the right move for him in his stage of his career. Southgate has …

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England May Have Found Their New Manager [Sky Sports]

USA boss Jurgen Klinsmann is quite open to taking charge of England’s football team, Sky Sports has reported. The former Germany striker has spent almost five years at the helm in the States and led the national side to the semi-finals of the Copa America last week, albeit losing 4-0 to Argentina. Roy Hodgson left the England set-up disgraced this week …

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Jamie Carragher Backs A German Manager For The Vacant England Role

ROTHERHAM, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 20: Jamie Carragher of England looks on during the International U17 Friendly match between England U17 and Germany U17 at the New York Stadium on November 20, 2015 in Rotherham, England. (Photo by Matthew Lewis/Getty Images)

Jamie Carragher has backed Jurgen Klinsmann, current boss of the US football team, to be the next England boss. Following a disastrous exit from the European Championships on Sunday at the hands of international minnows Iceland, England boss Roy Hodgson promptly resigned. Now, as England look to pick up the pieces and move on from their embarrassing 2-1 defeat, the …

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Harry Redknapp Backs Another Former Tottenham Manager For England Job

LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 20: Harry Redknapp, manager of QPR looks on during the Barclays Premier League match between Queens Park Rangers and Stoke City at Loftus Road on September 20, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)

In the immediate aftermath of England’s exit from Euro 2016 at the hands of Iceland last night, manager Roy Hodgson announced his resignation. As focus turns towards the 2018 World Cup campaign, the hunt for the new man begins. There have been several names been thrown about, including Gareth Southgate and Gary Neville. However, those names haven’t sparked much enthusiasm …

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Twitter Rips Roy Hodgson Apart That Embarassing Press Conference

Poor Roy… After leading England to a pathetic exit from Euro 2016, the English boss swiftly resigned with a suspiciously quickly written statement. For whatever reason, the FA and him decided to hold a press conference today to speak about the events of last night. As if the governing body of English football couldn’t get any more incompetent, farcical scenes …

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England: Where Did It All Go Wrong This Time, Roy?


And so, as sure as night follows day, an FA inquest follows England’s early departure from a major tournament. England’s defeat at the hands of Iceland (yes, Iceland), is a low point in a series of lows. A top heavy FA will now decide where we go next. They may already have a man in mind but the customary inquest …

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