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With The Sun speculating that Wayne Rooney got completely off his tits after England’s win against Scotland last week, we ask the big questions about the latest national team wine scandal.
If you enjoy being called "geezer" by a Spanish waiter in a bar covered in England flags, then Lanzarote is the place to be for the duration of the international break.
Ahead of Scotland's World Cup qualifying clash with England, we got the Scottish perspective on a rivalry that was once among the most intense in international football.
On this day, 16 years ago, England lost their last ever match at the old Wembley Stadium. What ensued was both hilarious and poignant, in the way that only Kevin Keegan could be.
In the early noughties, Cherno Samba was the ultimate acquisition on the Championship Manager soccer simulation game. In reality, he never quite lived up to his virtual billing, though he still has endless potential for greatness.
After a week of talks with the FA, it looks like a straight fight between Steve Bruce and Sam Allardyce for the England job. Who’s more likely to lead the Three Lions to glory, then?
With Euro 2016 complete, we can now look back at who overachieved, who let the side down, and who the hell thought Harry Kane should take corners.
Roy Hodgson's record at major tournaments demonstrates that a man who convinces himself defeat is unavoidable will encounter it quickly, brutally and very, very often.
Some fans sing racist songs outside French bars, while one man appears to make comments of an explicitly sexual nature to a child.
In the most perfect, farcical circumstances of all, England have bombed out of Euro 2016. It was tragic, but also inevitable, and somehow Steve McClaren’s fault.
Icelandic Holiday Company Offers England Squad Free Whale-Watching Trip “As Bandage For Wounded Pride”
The management at the North Sailing holiday company are dead certain that Iceland are going to beat England on Monday, and want to offer the losers some compensation.
In our first preview of the Round of 16, Jonathan Wilson anticipates England's gameplan against Iceland, and asks whether Roy Hodgson's men can finally fulfil their abundant potential.