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Wayne Rooney's England farewell splits opinion just like his Three Lions career

Craig Burley believes England hosting a 'farewell' game for Wayne Rooney makes a mockery of their friendly match against the United States.
Timothy Weah talks about a potential loan move away from PSG and his admiration for Wayne Rooney from a young age.

Logically speaking, the advent of the UEFA Nations League should not merely have reduced the number of meaningless England friendlies, but also reduced their meaninglessness. Gareth Southgate's side have a crucial relegation six-pointer with Croatia on Sunday, and they may yet need to a victory to reach the finals, and therefore this week's warm-up against the United States seemingly represented an opportunity for fine-tuning tactics, or giving newcomers a taste of international football.


Germany face relegation, plus Rooney's England return vs. U.S. the highlights of international break

Things are all smiles in the Germany camp but for the first time in generation, they find themselves in a difficult situation.
Things are all smiles in the Germany camp, but for the first time in a generation, they find themselves in a difficult situation.

The club football season is in full swing, but first we have the final international break of 2018, and despite there being several friendlies, there's a lot to play for in Europe and Africa in particular. Nick Ames rounds up the things to watch over the next 10 days.

Germany could get relegated? No, seriously!

If anyone doubted the UEFA Nations League's capacity to throw up a big story line, what about this: Germany are on the verge of taking a seat away from Europe's top table. Their meeting...

'Harry Maguire riding inflatable unicorn on new £50 note' petition backed by Kyle Walker

The petition to put Harry Maguire on a £50 note received more than 10,000 votes in its first day on
Harry Maguire's image adorning the £50 note got more than 10,000 votes in the petition's first day online.

With the Bank of England set to introduce a new design for the £50 bank note, an unlikely movement is gathering pace to have a national hero featured upon it.

Football writer Jonny Gabriel is the man spearheading a semi-serious campaign to have Harry Maguire's image emblazoned on the new note -- specifically England defender riding on top of an inflatable unicorn.

The image of Maguire frolicking in the pool with some of his teammates at England's World Cup training base summed up the...

Raheem Sterling ends drought, England hand Spain first competitive home defeat since 2003

Raheem Sterling ended a three-year goal drought for England with a pair of first-half goals, propelling the Three Lions to a 3-2 win against Spain.

SEVILLE, Spain -- Three thoughts on England's 3-2 win over Spain at Estadio Benito Villamarin in Group 4, League A of the UEFA Nations League.

1. New-look England build on World Cup momentum

Raheem Sterling, Marcus Rashford and Harry Kane blew Spain away in 38 first-half minutes as England became the first country to beat Spain in Spain in a competitive game in 15 years, a run stretching 38 games.

Sterling ended a three-year wait for an international goal, scoring twice either side of a...

Real Madrid and Barcelona would only be interested in Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling from England's squad

Real Madrid and Barcelona don't settle for second best when it comes to box office moves in the transfer market, so given that England reached the World Cup semifinals during the summer and the Premier League is the biggest league in the world, surely any Englishman flourishing in his domestic competition would be a contender for a move to the Santiago Bernabeu or Camp Nou, right?

But as Gareth Southgate's men prepare to face Spain in Seville on Monday night, the reality is that only Harry Kane...

No fans, no goals: Croatia and England play out surreal encounter

Croatia and England played to a scoreless draw in a closed-door UEFA Nations League match lacking in energy on and off the pitch.

RIJEKA, Croatia -- Football supporters are a determined bunch and, if they want to see a game involving their team, it is often a case of "where there is a will, there is a way." However, Friday's UEFA Nations League clash between Croatia and England was a step too far for one fan of the visiting team.

He attempted to enter the HNK Stadion in Rijeka dressed as a steward -- orange bib and all -- but failed to get into a match that was played behind closed doors to complete a two-game stadium ban...