Captain Steven Gerrard hopes the public do not pile pressure on England in the run-up to the World Cup.Read the full story ›
England have been reported to FIFA by anti-racism group FARE after chants about Manchester United's Rio Ferdinand and his brother Anton during the games with San Marino and Montenegro.
Ferdinand, who withdrew from the England squad on fitness grounds, has condemned the chants on his Twitter page.
Sir Alex Ferguson fears it's a sign of the times.
Tom Cleverley insists England have no thoughts of playing for a draw on Tuesday in Montenegro.Read the full story ›
Rio Ferdinand has said he is "gutted" to miss out on an England return and hit out at former players for their negative reaction to him pulling out of Roy Hodgson's squad, accusing them of 'chatting rubbish'.
Manchester United's Rio Ferdinand has pulled out of England's World Cup qualifiers against San Marino and Montenegro due to "the detailed pre-planned training and medical programme he must follow", England manager Roy Hodgson said today.
Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has earned his first England call-up under manager Roy Hodgson for the World Cup qualifiersRead the full story ›
Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has earned his first England call-up under manager Roy Hodgson for the World Cup qualifiers with San Marino and Montenegro later this month.
Hodgson cited "footballing reasons" for Ferdinand's exclusion in his squad for the Euro 2012 finals and he has remained out of his plans ever since.
England captain Steven Gerrard has admitted to being nervous ahead of making his 100th appearance for his country. The Liverpool midfielder will become only the sixth England player to reach one hundred caps when he lines up against Sweden tonight in Stockholm.
Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard is in line for his 100th England cap.Read the full story ›
Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard is in line for his 100th England cap after being included in Roy Hodgson's squad for next week's friendly against Sweden.