The chairman of the FA has joined the tributes to Steven Gerrard after he announced his retirement from international football.
In a statement on the FA website Greg Dyke said: "It is sad news but also gives us the opportunity to celebrate a wonderful career; Steven gave everything for England and he will be missed.
"I saw at first hand his close relationship with Roy [Hodgson], and as a captain he could not have done more for the cause."
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