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Macintosh: Welbeck makes his case

England Sep 8, 2014
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Frank Lampard's England pedigree

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 Posted by Rory Smith
Sep 9, 2014

Will Wayne Rooney's place in history be based more on reputation or merit?

David Beckham spoke to FA TV about Wayne Rooney's passion and praised the performances of retiring midfielders Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard. Courtesy of FA TV.

It is almost certain that, by the time Euro 2016 rolls around, Wayne Rooney will be England's all-time leading goal scorer.

The current record -- Sir Bobby Charlton's 49 -- has stood for 44 years, and counting. Gary Lineker almost matched it, only to fall short after hitting one of the worst penalties Wembley has ever seen. He retired, agonisingly, on 48. There was a time when Michael Owen seemed sure to pass both men, but his body let him down before he could do so, and he never got past 40. 

Rooney...

Richard Jolly profile picture Posted by Richard Jolly
Sep 8, 2014

Cool and dependable, Gary Cahill emerges as England's rock

England manager Roy Hodgson praised his players after a 2-0 win over Switzerland.

Solid as always, Gary Cahill rises above Admir Mehmedi in England's 2-0 win over Switzerland.

While the spotlight shone on one centre-back, the other was rather inconspicuous. Except for one moment, that is.

For better and worse, it looked the Phil Jones show. He almost scored with a thumping header. Switzerland nearly struck when he lost possession and Haris Seferovic was denied by Joe Hart. Jones' accident-prone brand of total commitment often results in injuries, and, long before he was removed, his hamstring was clearly troubling him.

Alongside him, meanwhile, Gary Cahill seemed the...

Kevin Hughes Aston Villa Posted by Kevin Hughes
Sep 8, 2014

England call-up a reward for the perseverance of Fabian Delph

England began their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign with a win over Switzerland, as Danny Welbeck's two second half goals sprung the Three Lions to a 2-0 win in Basel.

Fabian Delph's full England debut was just eight minutes old when he collected the first booking of his fledgling international career. His late sliding tackle was worthy of a yellow card, but thankfully his night will be remembered for the right reasons -- a wholly competent midfield performance contributing to a valuable 2-0 victory in Switzerland and a fine start to England's Euro 2016 qualifying campaign.

It's been a long time coming. Not necessarily in terms of appearances for his country --...

 Posted by Iain Macintosh
Sep 8, 2014

Danny Welbeck makes his case to Roy Hodgson, Arsenal

England began their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign with a win over Switzerland, as Danny Welbeck's two second half goals sprung the Three Lions to a 2-0 win in Basel.

Who had the better night? Was it Roy Hodgson, who effectively secured England's qualification for Euro 2016 with victory in Switzerland? Or the Arsenal fans, who caught a glimpse of what might yet be when the Premier League resumes this weekend? Both had Danny Welbeck to thank for putting them to bed with smiles on their faces.

In the short term, Hodgson is obviously the clear winner. After a week that saw the most intense criticism of his reign, he needed this win, not to mention the improved performance...

 Posted by Kevin Palmer
Sep 8, 2014

Three Points: Switzerland vs. England

Danny Welbeck scored twice as England defeated Switzerland 2-0.

Three conclusions on England's 2-0 victory over Switzerland in Basel that got their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign off to a winning start.

1. Welbeck's hits and misses

Danny Welbeck has long been a polarising figure in English football and you only have to chart his progress in recent days to appreciate as much. Welbeck's ability to find the back of the net was questioned during the opening phase of his career with Manchester United and England, and the reaction to his move to Arsenal on transfer...

Sep 7, 2014

Fostering English talent is not Manchester City's responsibility

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Craig Burley discuss Manchester City's transfers despite their FFP limitations.

Scott Sinclair, one of City's few Englishmen, rarely even makes Manuel Pellegrini's bench.

With the inevitable disappointment on the horizon ahead of Monday evening's England match, there will no doubt be more dissenting voices toward the Premier League not investing in English talent over the past couple of months.

Specifically, there will be dissatisfaction at Manchester City's transfer policy, given the Blues have brought in one English player in their six signings, while letting four depart -- three of them permanently, with the fourth will most likely leave when his contract ends...