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John Brewin profile picture Posted by John Brewin
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England begin quest to recapture public interest with Norway friendly

Jordan Henderson says Wayne Rooney is the perfect choice for England captain.

As the Football Association struggles to sell tickets for England's friendly with Norway on Wednesday, it perhaps could have done with Roy Hodgson being a rather better salesman. An optimistic estimate suggests 40,000 fans will be at Wembley, a glass half-empty statement of disinterest in an unpopular national team.

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"No," Hodgson replied simply on Tuesday when asked if Wednesday would see him giving anyone their international debut, though it is doubtful that there would be a late rush if new c...

 Posted by Raphael Honigstein
3 hours ago

Injuries, retirements leave different German team vs. Argentina this time

Germany trained in Dusseldorf ahead of their friendly match against Argentina, which will be a repeat of the 2014 FIFA World Cup final.

The feel-good factor has not waned over the summer break: 45,000 supporters turned up two days early to see the world champions kick a few balls around in Dusseldorf's Esprit Arena. The open training session ahead of the friendly against finals opponent Argentina (sans Lionel Messi) doubled up as another victory parade; at some point in the low-intensity workout, the World Cup was presented to the crowd again.

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A few of the Maracana heroes were missing, however. Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker...

 Posted by Nick Miller
5 hours ago

Five talking points heading into the international break

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno, Craig Burley, and Paul Mariner share the matchups they'll be watching during the upcoming slate of international friendlies.

Club action shifts into the background this week as most nations regroup for the first time after the 2014 Brazil World Cup. Here's five things to look out for during the international break.

What will England's brave new world look like?

For years, after every below-par England performance, there would be an instinctive call for the old guard to be dropped, for the 'golden generation' to be consigned to the smelter and for new, younger players to take their place.

The under-performance of the ...

 Posted by Jason Davis
7 hours ago

Is Jozy Altidore's USMNT starting spot at risk?

ESPN FC's Doug McIntyre weighs in on Jozy Altidore's new leadership role, Julian Green's opportunity at Hamburg, Geoff Cameron's injury concerns and the upcoming Klinsmann and Donovan final chapter.

The strange thing about Jozy Altidore's hamstring injury suffered in the first half hour of the World Cup campaign for the United States is that it reset the clock on something that may be coming sooner rather than later -- that something being Altidore's removal as guaranteed starter in the national team lineup. Eventually, new options will make themselves worthy of a look, and as long as Altidore struggles to score goals, his position is in jeopardy.

- Report: Klinsmann: Donovan deserves fa...

Jeff Carls Posted by Jeff Carlisle
7 hours ago

Jurgen Klinsmann talks World Cup, MLS, dual nationals and Donovan

ESPN FC's Doug McIntyre weighs in on Jozy Altidore's new leadership role, Julian Green's opportunity at Hamburg, Geoff Cameron's injury concerns and the upcoming Klinsmann and Donovan final chapter.

PRAGUE -- It may seem like the manager of a national team has lots of free time on his hands. The gap between international games is often measured in weeks and occasionally months. But U.S. manager Jurgen Klinsmann is not one to waste a single second. The next four years will be packed with international tournaments, two Gold Cups, an Olympic Games, a Copa America, possibly a Confederations Cup and, of course, World Cup qualifying.

As such, Klinsmann always has his eye out for talent, and Wedn...

 Posted by Simon Curtis
7 hours ago

Negredo was king of all he surveyed at Man City

ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik breaks down the top 5 attacking forces in the Premier League and which one he thinks is the best.

Más vale ser cabeza de ratón que cola de león, as the Spanish say but whether this applies to the sudden and somewhat perplexing departure of Alvaro Negredo to Valencia is uncertain. What is sure is that the bearded front man, who many had taken to screaming the word "beast" at every time he appeared, has cantered back to a spot in football from whence he came.

Negredo's short but exhilarating time in the damp and cold of Manchester warmed many hearts, but alas it appears that a drawn-out ina...