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ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
about an hour ago

England boss Roy Hodgson hoping for big things from Jack Wilshere

Roy Hodgson has explained why he named Wayne Rooney as the new England captain following Steven Gerrard's retirement from international football. Courtesy of FATV.

Roy Hodgson has backed Jack Wilshere to put his fitness problems behind him and play a key role in England's upcoming Euro 2016 qualification campaign.

Adams bemoans England's lack of leaders

Wishere's progress in recent seasons has been blighted by injury, with many questioning whether the 22-year-old will ever fulfill his potential.

He has impressed when called upon for Arsenal this season, and Hodgson is confident the midfielder can hold down a place in the Three Lions side following t...

 Posted by PA Sport
1 day ago

Adams bemoans the lack of leaders in England's national setup

Roy Hodgson has explained why he named Wayne Rooney as the new England captain following Steven Gerrard's retirement from international football. Courtesy of FATV.

Former England captain Tony Adams believes the national squad does not contain "any leaders, personalities or a true captain."

Wayne Rooney was earlier this week named Three Lions skipper, getting the nod ahead of the likes of Chelsea's Gary Cahill and Manchester City's Joe Hart to become the successor to Steven Gerrard, who retired from international football after the World Cup.

- Palmer: Calum Chambers has the quality for England
- MacIntosh: Wayne Rooney is England's only captaincy option

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Arsene Wenger: Calum Chambers has the quality for England

England boss Roy Hodgson has named Wayne Rooney his next captain.

LONDON -- Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has backtracked on his suggestions that England manager Roy Hodgson should have been patient before promoting his teenage defender Calum Chambers to the full England squad.

- Palmer: Lampard ends England duty with dignity
- Brewin: Wilshere needs to step up

Hodgson selected Chambers in his squad for the friendly international against Norway at Wembley next week, just a few days after Wenger had suggested his selection just three games into his Arsenal care...

 Posted by Associated Press
3 days ago

Wayne Rooney England captaincy could start in half-empty Wembley

Roy Hodgson has explained why he named Wayne Rooney as the new England captain following Steven Gerrard's retirement from international football. Courtesy of FATV.

LONDON -- Wayne Rooney's first match as England's new captain next week could be played at a half-empty Wembley stadium in a sign of public apathy following the national team's worst-ever World Cup campaign.

- Macintosh: Rooney was England's only option

The Football Association said on Thursday that only 35,000 to 40,000 fans are expected in the 90,000-capacity national stadium to see Roy Hodgson's side play their first match since their disappointing showing in Brazil. 

In the wake of his ...

 Posted by PA Sport
3 days ago

England's Roy Hodgson admits World Cup fitness concerns for Luke Shaw

Roy Hodgson has explained why he named Wayne Rooney as the new England captain following Steven Gerrard's retirement from international football. Courtesy of FATV.

Roy Hodgson admits he had concerns about Luke Shaw's fitness long before Louis van Gaal publicly criticised the teenage star for being out of shape.

United signed Shaw in a blockbuster 28 million-pound deal this summer, but the left-back soon found himself out of favour with his new club manager after he turned up to preseason short of fitness.

Van Gaal made Shaw train on his own in the United States, claiming the player was "not very fit" and unable to "perform" to the standards required of him...