Former England captain David Beckham will retire from football at the end of the season, the player's representative has confirmed
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England have maintained their position in the top 10 of FIFA's latest world rankings.
Roy Hodgson's side remain in seventh spot after a month of limited international football showed very few changes to the rankings.
All the top 10 spots remain the same, with Spain top ahead of Germany, while the Republic of Ireland (39th place), Wales (49th) and Northern Ireland (119th) are also unchanged.
Scotland however have dropped a place to joint 78th after being leapfroggred by Senegal.
– Manchester City defender Micah Richards
Hopefully next season I will be injury-free and I can show everyone what I can do.
It's a big challenge and it's a World Cup year.
Every Englishman wants to be there. I look at my competition there and, in all honesty, I don't see players better than me.
I feel I am good enough to be around that set-up. It is about being given a chance.
FIFA has announced it will not take disciplinary action against the Football Association for alleged racist chants from England fans directed at the Ferdinand brothers during the match against San Marino in March.
However, The FA has been warned to take "preventative measures" after anti-discrimination body FARE reported the singing of an abusive song, which called for Rio and Anton Ferdinand to be burned on a bonfire, to FIFA following the World Cup qualifier.
– FIFA Statement
We can confirm that in the case of alleged racist chanting during the recent World Cup qualifier San Marino vs England, it has been decided not to open disciplinary proceedings due to the lack of concluding evidence.
The FA's attention was however drawn on the pertinent provisions of the FIFA regulations and they were requested to display prudence and adopt appropriate preventive measures in order to avoid that incidents of such nature do occur in the future.
Former England manager Steve McClaren believes John Terry's ability to perform at the highest level should be the major consideration if the Chelsea defender declares himself available to play for his country again.
– Former England manager Steve McClaren BBC Radio Five Live's Sportsweek.
You look at what's happened off the field, what's happened on the squad, internally what can happen, but also it's form as well.
John Terry also is progressing in age and Chelsea are rotating him, so it's purely on form and Roy Hodgson looking ahead to the future.
So if you look ahead to the future will John Terry in one, two, three, four years be involved in that?
I think Roy Hodgson has a decision to make as to whether to go for the future or whether to win in the short term."