International breaks in football are becoming stagnant, failing by its own standards and must be changed, writes Thomas Wyer.
Posts Tagged ‘Roy Hodgson’
Fran Stinchcombe discusses the successful breakthrough year of Harry Kane, the comparisons to Alan Shearer and whether Kane can do the same this season.
Paul Little discusses Roy Hodgson’s decision to give Raheem Sterling a reprieve for the Euro 2016 qualifier against Estonia.
Why the most pressing issue for the English national team at the moment might not be their lack of ability, but the lack of interest.
Ashley Wilkinson discusses the reasons why Wayne Rooney is not a suitable candidate for the England captaincy.
Nathaniel Shaughnessy picks three reasons why England could surprise some of the cynics at the World Cup.
Robert Redmond looks at the importance of Wayne Rooney to England’s World Cup campaign.
Ciaran Kelly discusses the Chelsea captain who has been in superb form lately.
Marc Jobling rewinds a couple of decades to look at the England manager’s last appearance on the biggest international stage.
Ciaran Kelly believes that a step backwards will lead to many forwards for Ravel Morrison.