David Moyes has revealed his amazement that Phil Neville has not been called into the England squad.» Read more
Kazakhstan’s victory over Hong Kong not only saw them finish runners-up to Japan in the HSBC Asian Five Nations 2009, but also resulted in a two-place climb to 27th in the latest IRB World Rankings – their highest ever position.» Read more
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is furious with the English Football Association for selecting Theo Walcott for England’s Under-21 European Championship campaign.» Read more
Japan has switched attention to the Pacific Nations Cup after easily winning the Asian Five Nations, a tournament that saw Kazakhstan step up a level to upset South Korea and Hong Kong.» Read more
David Beckham was among 24 players picked Sunday for England’s roster for World Cup qualifiers next month and Gary Neville received a surprise recall for the games against Kazakhstan and Andorra.» Read more
Gary Neville has been recalled to the England squad for next month’s World Cup qualifiers against Kazakhstan and Andorra after more than two years out of the international scene.» Read more
West Ham manager Gianfranco Zola has urged Fabio Capello to give Robert Green the nod for England’s World Cup qualifiers next month.» Read more
Chelsea defender Ashley Cole has admitted to being hurt when booed while playing for England.» Read more
Manchester City winger Shaun Wright-Phillips has been ruled out of England’s World Cup qualifiers against Kazakhstan and Andorra with a knee injury.» Read more
The feud between Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp and Fabio Capello looks to have abated after the Tottenham manager said that Ledley King should be picked for England’s two games against Kazakhstan and Andorra.» Read more
Fabio Capello could call upon Manchester City defender Nedum Onuoha for England’s double header matches against Kazakhstan and Andorra.» Read more
Only three English goalkeepers started in the Premier League last weekend – of whom West Ham’s Robert Green will probably play in next month’s World Cup qualifiers» Read more
David James admits he has taken a calculated risk over his future involvement in the England national team by opting to undergo surgery tomorrow on a shoulder injury, an operation which will rule him out of next month’s World Cup qualifiers against Kazakhstan and Andorra.» Read more
England are facing a mounting injury crisis ahead of their World Cup qualification matches next month.
There are serious doubts over Aaron Lennon, who needs an injection and sustained rest to deal with a groin strain, and Rio Ferdinand’s ongoing fitness problems are also causing deep concerns.
Former England international Nigel Martyn believes West Ham goalkeeper Robert Green is the man to replace first choice England stopper David James for the forthcoming World Cup qualifiers against Kazakhstan and Andorra.» Read more