New money rises in English football as old powers slip
New money rises in English football as old powers slip

Manchester City and Chelsea, England`s nouveaux riches, appear poised to dominate the Premier League in 2015, with traditional powerhouses Manchester United and Liverpool working their way through periods of transition.

Roy Hodgson seeks England improvement all the way to Euro 2016
Roy Hodgson seeks England improvement all the way to Euro 2016

England ended their year on a high when they chalked up a sixth successive win with a 3-1 friendly victory over Scotland on Tuesday but coach Roy Hodgson says he expects even better as they approach Euro 2016.

Wayne Rooney is an England ''great'', says Roy Hodgson
Wayne Rooney is an England ''great'', says Roy Hodgson

Wayne Rooney deserves to be thought of as an England great, national team manager Roy Hodgson said on Friday.

100-cap Rooney faces England legacy questions
100-cap Rooney faces England legacy questions

Wayne Rooney will make his 100th England appearance on Saturday when Roy Hodgson`s side attempt to extend their 100 percent record in Euro 2016 qualifying at home to Slovenia.

England goal-keeper Joe Hart hits woman in cricket session

When two national keepers meet up, it's bound to make some news. England and Manchester City goal-keeper welcomed England and Lancashire wicket-keeper Jos Buttler for a training session at the Manchester City training ground on October 31.

Raheem Sterling hits back over tiredness criticism
Raheem Sterling hits back over tiredness criticism

England forward Raheem Sterling on Monday defended his decision not to start his side`s Euro 2016 qualifying win over Estonia on Sunday, saying: "Excuse me for being human."

Euro 2016: England cruising but little to get excited about
Euro 2016: England cruising but little to get excited about

 Nine points from three games in a mediocre Euro 2016 qualifying group means fans can begin to dust off their French phrase books as surely not even England can make a drama out of this one.

Euro 2016: England stay serious against lowly San Marino
Euro 2016: England stay serious against lowly San Marino

Having launched their 2016 European Championship qualifying campaign with an impressive win in Switzerland, England face a thankless task on Thursday when perennial whipping boys San Marino visit Wembley Stadium.

Roy Hodgson defiant over Daniel Sturridge treatment
Roy Hodgson defiant over Daniel Sturridge treatment

England manager Roy Hodgson has declared that he will continue to dictate his players` training schedules despite Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers`s reservations about his handling of striker Daniel Sturridge.

Two countries unite to salute record-breaking Francesco Totti
Two countries unite to salute record-breaking Francesco Totti

Italy and England rarely agree on football matters, but the two countries were united in saluting record-breaking striker Francesco Totti on Wednesday.

England players `treated like babies`, feels Rio Ferdinand
England players `treated like babies`, feels Rio Ferdinand

England`s players are "treated like complete babies" in comparison to those of major international teams, according to Rio Ferdinand.

Raheem Sterling has room for improvement: Roy Hodgson
Raheem Sterling has room for improvement: Roy Hodgson

 England manager Roy Hodgson has predicted that Raheem Sterling will become an even more dangerous player, as the teenage Liverpool forward`s importance to his national side continues to grow.

Raheem  Sterling can be England`s Marc​ Overmars - Wayne Rooney
Raheem Sterling can be England`s Marc​ Overmars - Wayne Rooney

England captain Wayne Rooney has likened team-mate Raheem Sterling to the former Arsenal winger Marc Overmars and predicted a "massive" future for him at club and international level.

England must improve for Swiss test, says Rooney
England must improve for Swiss test, says Rooney

Wayne Rooney admits England will have to improve on their lacklustre performance against Norway if they are to avoid a dispiriting start to their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign in Switzerland.

Wayne Rooney to captain England team
Wayne Rooney to captain England team

Wayne Rooney was named England captain on Thursday, taking over the leadership role of an inexperienced team in a rebuilding phase following its worst-ever World Cup. "He certainly deserves it, his commitment to the cause," England coach Roy Hodgson said at Wembley. "He is prepared to accept the pressures the England captaincy brings."

FA chairman backs manager Roy Hodgson despite World Cup flop

England coach Roy Hodgson retains the support of the Football Association despite the team`s dismal showing at the World Cup last month, FA Chairman Greg Dyke said on Tuesday.

Young stars sought to avoid England duty - Redknapp

England stepped up its World Cup agonizing Sunday with Premier League manager Harry Redknapp claiming some young players had sought to avoid international duty as he raised doubts over their commitment.

Cool weather could help England, but also Uruguay: Roy Hodgson

Cooler temperatures in Sao Paulo could help the England team when they meet Uruguay on Thursday, manager Roy Hodgson said, after the sapping heat and humidity of their first game in Manaus took its toll on the team.

Sturridge shies away from Suarez skulduggery

England striker Daniel Sturridge is prepared to do "anything" to beat Uruguay on Thursday, but would stop short of blocking a shot with his hand like Liverpool team-mate Luis Suarez.

Rooney allays Welbeck injury fears

England striker Wayne Rooney said Wednesday that he expects Manchester United team-mate Danny Welbeck to be fit to face Italy on Saturday despite an injury scare.