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 By Adam Hurrey

Do England need a wildcard for Euro 2016 and does Jamie Vardy count?

England coach Roy Hodgson commended fans and players of England and France for the tributes to victims of the Paris attacks.

The biennial combination of the England team and a major tournament is perfect for any football supporter who doesn't like surprises. A fractured metatarsal here, a puzzlingly inept penalty shootout defeat there; the Three Lions have a reliable inability to roar during their summer outings.

Amid the predictability, though, even England can muster a potential twist. As the home straight towards Euro 2016 gradually veers into view, Roy Hodgson's final 23-man squad is starting to form in his mind and...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

England defeat France 2-0 amid respectful Wembley atmosphere

France and England fans unite at Wembley to sing the French national anthem ahead of their international friendly.
Players and fans around the world have united since Friday to pay their respects following the terrorist attacks in Paris.

LONDON -- Three thoughts on England's 2-0 friendly win over France at Wembley Stadium.

1. Wembley pays its respects

The result and the match barely mattered, but the occasion definitely did. Wembley and English football paid dutiful remembrance to those who lost their lives in last week's Paris terror attacks.

During the prematch ceremonies, Manchester United forward Anthony Martial mouthed a silent prayer to himself and strike partner Andre-Pierre Gignac was somber during the minute's silence....

At Wembley, England vs. France a symbol of unity and defiance

ESPN FC's Iain Macintosh reports from Wembley, where security for the England vs. France match has reached unprecedented levels.
France and England fans unite at Wembley to sing the French national anthem ahead of their international friendly.

LONDON -- This was no ordinary game of football. It wasn't the heavy police presence that felt odd. Police helicopters frequently buzz Wembley Stadium before big matches, mounted police usually canter back and forth, and brightly jacketed officers can always be spotted at every junction. That's all normal. But it's not normal for police officers to clutch submachine guns as they patrol. Not in England. Not at a football match.

Stranger still, but far less foreboding, was the atmosphere for England...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

England and France's show of solidarity following terror in Paris

Roy Hodgson says England's game against France isn't about a result, but about showing solidarity with the French people.

England's friendly with France on Tuesday will not likely be recalled for football reasons. After Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris, the sport will take a back seat to symbolism and unity.

London is reportedly home to over 300,000 French people and English fans have been asked to sing La Marseillaise, the French national anthem, as a show of solidarity.

The game goes on in the face of terror, as was decided by the French Football Federation in the aftermath of Friday's horrors, though security...

 By Chris Wright

England U19s' Roberts, Abraham use 'rock, paper, scissors' to decide penalty

Despite missing a penalty early in the game, England's under-19 side still managed to saunter to a comfortable 5-1 win over their Japanese counterparts at Manchester City's Academy Stadium on Sunday night.

Already 1-0 up at the time, England won themselves a penalty with around 20 minutes gone, with striker Tammy Abraham and winger Patrick Roberts both immediately signalling their intent to do the honours from the spot.

In the interest of fairness, the pair proceeded to play a quick game of "rock,...

 By Michael Cox

England hoping to avoid past mistakes with new generation

England fell 2-0 to Spain in Alicante as Vicente del Bosque's side capitalised on England's mistakes.

Football observers speak regularly about "generations" when discussing international football -- and with good reason.

An international manager can only work with the tools he's given, and the quality of footballers any country produces varies significantly from one era to the next, even for those nations currently admired by the rest of Europe.

For England, this is particularly true. The so-called "golden generation" (a term coined, somewhat unfairly, by former FA chief Adam Crozier) eventually...