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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Sam Allardyce yet to decide if Wayne Rooney stays as England captain

England's new manager Sam Allardyce intends to get to know his staff as he settles in at the helm of the national team.
New England manager Sam Allardyce believes the job has come at the right time for him.
Sam Allardyce is all smiles after being named England manager, a job he says he has waited years for.

New England manager Sam Allardyce has said it is "far too early" to say whether Wayne Rooney will remain as the national team's captain.

Rooney skippered the side at Euro 2016 but struggled to impress, although he did score the opening goal in the 2-1 round-of-16 defeat to Iceland from the penalty spot.

The Manchester United striker has 115 caps to his name and was given the armband in 2014, taking over from Steven Gerrard after that year's World Cup in Brazil.

Asked if Rooney will remain as England...

 By PA Sport

Sam Allardyce to be unveiled as England manager at St George's Park

New England manager Sam Allardyce believes the job has come at the right time for him.
England's new manager Sam Allardyce intends to get to know his staff as he settles in at the helm of the national team.
Sam Allardyce is all smiles after being named England manager, a job he says he has waited years for.

Sam Allardyce will be unveiled as the new England manager on Monday after he finally got the job he always craved.

Allardyce, fresh from keeping Sunderland in the Premier League against the odds, was the unanimous choice from the Football Association panel to replace Roy Hodgson, who stepped down after the humiliation of defeat to Iceland at Euro 2016.

The former Bolton boss, 61, has made no secret down the years that he would like the opportunity at leading England.

Steve McClaren was chosen ahead...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Sam Allardyce's England to face Croatia in friendly - reports

England's new manager Sam Allardyce intends to get to know his staff as he settles in at the helm of the national team.
New England manager Sam Allardyce believes the job has come at the right time for him.
Sam Allardyce is all smiles after being named England manager, a job he says he has waited years for.

Sam Allardyce's first game in charge of England will be a friendly against Croatia, according to British newspaper reports.

Allardyce was appointed England manager last Friday, succeeding Roy Hodgson following the nation's round-of-16 exit to Iceland at Euro 2016.

The team's next confirmed fixture is against on Sept. 4 when they take on Slovakia in their opening 2018 World Cup qualifier.

But The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph and The Daily Mirror report that the Three Lions will take on Croatia in...

 By PA Sport

Sam Allardyce says he's taking over England at 'right time' of career

New England manager Sam Allardyce believes the job has come at the right time for him.
England's new manager Sam Allardyce intends to get to know his staff as he settles in at the helm of the national team.
Sam Allardyce is all smiles after being named England manager, a job he says he has waited years for.

England manager Sam Allardyce believes he is now the right man in the right job at the right time.

The 61-year-old was appointed as Roy Hodgson's successor last week and will come up against the English press pack on Monday morning for the first time since being handed the reins to the position he has coveted for years.

Having been overlooked a decade ago, the former Bolton, Newcastle, Blackburn, West Ham and Sunderland manager has finally landed the big one.

"For me, with my experience, I think...

 By PA Sport

Football Association may lose government funding - Sports Minister

Tracey Crouch, pictured with Sir Trevor Brooking in 2014, says the FA's funding could go elsewhere.

Sports Minister Tracey Crouch has warned the Football Association it could stand to lose government funding if it does not reform.

New governance codes are currently being worked on between the government and national governing bodies of sports in the United Kingdom, with new public funding rounds beginning next year.

However, with the FA being accused of standing still on the issue of reform, Crouch has threatened to cut their funding, even suggesting it could be redistributed to county football...