Roy Hodgson says he has been left "fragile" by defeat to Iceland but insists that England's young team will recover under new management.Read the full story ›
Harry Redknapp believes the Football Association are not equipped for the task of picking Roy Hodgson's successor as England manager.Read the full story ›
Despite appearing to put himself forward for the England job in the immediate aftermath of Monday's shock defeat to Iceland, Alan Shearer is backing Glenn Hoddle and Gareth Southgate as the best men to lead England in the wake of Roy Hodgson's resignation.
Southgate fits the FA's remit, and he's done a very good job with the Under-21s.
"Hoddle is a great coach who's still got a lot to offer. If they went down that route I would back it.
"The new manager has to come in with passion, belief and a direction.
"It's about having a leader in there. Southgate is certainly one of those guys. As is Hoddle, who I played under at the 1998 World Cup.
"Under Roy it's been a disaster. England need a system to play to. It's been noticeable in the tournament that Italy and Germany have a system and stick to it. The players fit into it. That is what England need; an identity."
Hodgson announced his decision to quit within minutes of the final whistle.Read the full story ›
England face Iceland in the last 16 of Euro 2016 on Monday night in Nice.
The winner of the match at the Allianz Riviera stadium will face hosts France, who beat the Republic of Ireland on Sunday.
Fans have been gathering in the city ahead of the match, including British World Heavyweight champion Tyson Fury.
England manager Roy Hodgson said: "It's win or lose. We'll be trying our very best to win because we want to stay in the tournament."
Roy Hodgson's decision to make six changes to his England side for the Slovakia match has left senior FA figures frustrated, say reports.Read the full story ›
Wales and England have progressed through to the knockout stages of Euro 2016.
Wales finish top of Group B after a dominating 3-0 win over Russia.
Goals from Aaron Ramsey, Neil Taylor and Gareth Bale secured the top spot for the Welsh, with England's match against Slovakia finishing in a goalless draw.
Both Wales and England have made it to the knockout stages after finishing first and second in Group B, respectively.
Wales end the group phase in first place after their 3-0 win over Russia thanks to goals from Aaron Ramsey, Neil Taylor and Gareth Bale.
England were held by Slovakia to a goalless draw, ensuring they finished below the Welsh.
Wales are cruising in their final Group B match against Russia, with Gareth Bale putting them up three goals to nil with a smart finish.
As things stand, Wales will finish top of the group, with England in second.