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The Toe Poke Jun 23, 2014
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 Posted by Rory Smith
14 hours ago

Wilshere's evolution has stagnated

Arsene Wenger believes confidence within Arsenal will be strong as World Cup winners Per Mertesacker, Mesut Ozil and Lukas Podolski rejoin the team after lifting the World Cup with Germany.

Given the circumstances, it was understandable that it slipped by almost unnoticed. It is worth revisiting, though, because it cuts to the core of the issue.

Jack Wilshere said it at an Arsenal press day in the middle of May. He was at the club's state-of-the-art Colney training base, meeting the med...

 Posted by Miguel Delaney
20 hours ago

Who replaces Steven Gerrard?

Liverpool legend Ian Rush talked about the international retirement of England captain Steven Gerrard.

It suddenly seems an awfully long time ago that the idea of who should get the England captaincy created vociferous debate -- and apparent fallout.

For a long period, all of Rio Ferdinand, John Terry, Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard could have felt both vindicated and aggrieved over various decisio...

2 days ago

Gerrard's retirement the correct call

Steven Gerrard has retired from England duty after 14 years of international football.

It was more likely a case of jumping before he was pushed and many Liverpool fans might have wanted Steven Gerrard to retire from international duty a lot earlier, but the (now former) England captain has probably made the correct decision.

- Steven Gerrard retires from England
- Reaction: Gerrard ...

 Posted by Kevin Palmer
2 days ago

The highs of Gerrard's England career

Steven Gerrard has retired from England duty after 14 years of international football.

After several hints that he would bring down the curtain on his days as an England player following this summer's World Cup finals, Steven Gerrard's decision to call time on his international career has not come as a surprise.

England's early exit from Brazil may have forced Gerrard to reconsider hi...

4 days ago

England embarrassment continues

ESPN FC's Gary Bailey and Steve Nicol weigh in on some questionable updates to the FIFA World Rankings.

England are down to 20th in the latest FIFA World Rankings -- and, on the evidence of what we saw in Brazil, that assessment may flatter them.

Roy Hodgson's team effectively left the World Cup after only a week; it took just two defeats, against Italy and Uruguay, to seal their exit. But their demis...

 Posted by Andy Brassell
6 days ago

Young players get chance at World Cup

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner has some harsh criticism for Brazil's golden boy.

There can be no greater experience for a youngster than the taste of a World Cup, apparently. Back in 2006, Sven-Goran Eriksson told us that he "just had a feeling" when selecting 17-year-old Theo Walcott for England's World Cup squad before he had even made his Premier League debut for Arsenal.

In ...