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Wayne Rooney says career incomplete without trophy win with England

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Tommy Smyth discuss Wayne Rooney being on the verge of becoming England's all-time leading goalscorer as he is one behind Sir Bobby Charlton's record of 49 goals, ahead of their European Championship qualifier against San Marino

Wayne Rooney may be on the verge of becoming England's all-time leading scorer, but he will feel he's under-achieved if he ends his career without a major trophy.

Rooney will rewrite the history books on Saturday if he scores two goals to move ahead of Sir Bobby Charlton in the all-time scoring charts.

The England skipper could not have wished for an easier opponent to come up against.

San Marino are known as the punch bags of European football for a reason. The tiny republic have a population of...

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England's Roy Hodgson showed lack of respect - San Marino boss Manzaroli

San Marino boss Pierangelo Manzaroli did not take kindly to Roy Hodgson's 'bad' comments.

Roy Hodgson's suggestion that the England cricket team could do a job against San Marino has not gone down well in the microstate, with those "bad" comments irking head coach Pierangelo Manzaroli.

Progress to next summer's European Championships will be assured should the Three Lions emerge victorious in Serravalle on Saturday evening.

Anything but three points against the side ranked 193rd in the world would represent the biggest shock in English football history, underlined by the fact San Marino...

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England to start John Stones, Jonjo Shelvey, Jamie Vardy at San Marino

As Wayne Rooney edges closer to breaking England's all-time goal scoring record, will he go down as one of the country's greats.
John Stones is set for his fifth England cap on Saturday.

John Stones, Jonjo Shelvey and Jamie Vardy will start England's Euro 2016 qualifier against San Marino on Saturday, manager Roy Hodgson has announced.

Hodgson kept to his policy of not naming his full line-up for the Group E clash, but said in a prematch news conference the fringe trio would get a chance to further advance their international claims.

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Defender Stones, who has remained at Everton despite repeated bids from Chelsea in the transfer window, will win his fifth cap, while Swansea midfielder...

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England starlet James Wilson will develop at Man United - Southgate

The ESPN FC crew discuss the rumours that David De Gea has asked for a new contract with Manchester United.
The ESPN FC crew discuss how Manchester United should deal with David De Gea's situation for club and country.
New Manchester United forward Anthony Martial claims he is trying to move past the hefty price tag that has surrounded his move from AS Monaco.
The ESPN FC crew discuss Arsene Wenger's comments on Manchester United signing Anthony Martial whom the Arsenal manager praised as a "huge talent".
ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes breaks down all you need to know about Man United's deadline day teenage signing Anthony Martial.
James Wilson capped his England under-21s debut with

Manchester United are more than capable of maximising James Wilson's potential, according to England under-21 manager Gareth Southgate.

Wilson, 19, came off the bench to score in Thursday's 1-0 victory over a United States U23 side at Preston, and looked the sharpest of Southgate's players despite it being his debut at U21 level.

But his chances at Old Trafford are under threat after the arrival of record-breaking £36 million French teenager Anthony Martial, and there are suggestions...

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Increased reports of discrimination in football a good sign - FA's Mark Ives

The number of reported incidents of discrimination in English football rose by 21 percent last season to 887, according to figures released by the Football Association.

The number of complaints dealt with by anti-discrimination group Kick It Out also rose significantly, up 38 percent to 393.

High-profile incidents during the season included Mario Balotelli receiving a one-match ban for retweeting an image of racial stereotypes, Robert Huth being banned for two matches for taking part in a transgender...