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England's biggest clubs all were busy during the summer transfer market, but WHICH one made the best signings?
After a frantic three months, the 2014 summer transfer window finally slammed shut with many stars moving to different teams, or in many cases, entirely different leagues alltogether.
It was also a blockbuster summer, with the 20 clubs in English football's top flight spending over £850 million, and should things continue at this rate, one should not be surprised to see spending hit the... Read the rest of the article »
The Manchester United striker replaces Steven Gerrard, who retired from international duty following England’s exit from Brazil 2014.
Wayne Rooney was named the new England captain by manager Roy Hodgson as confirmed by the English Football Association on Thursday. The former Everton striker replaces Steven Gerrard in the role and will play his first match as captain on September 3rd against Norway at Wembley Stadium. Earlier this month, Rooney was named Manchester United captain by Dutch coach Louis van Gaal.
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The USMNT’s midfielder gave his first press conference as Revolution player on Tuesday.
On Sunday, Jermaine Jones was selected by the MLS to play for New England Revolution after a ‘blind draw’. The 32-year-old midfielder signed an 18-month contract with the ‘Revs’ and is expected to earn around $5 million during that period. Jones has made 46 appearances with the USMNT, including all of the U.S. matches during the last World Cup in Brazil.
Jermaine Jones... Read the rest of the article »
The ‘Revs’ keep strengthening their squad as they make their second signing in two days.
Currently in 6th place in the Eastern Conference and with their playoff aspirations still alive, the ‘Revs’ confirm their second transfer in just two days as they add Dutch player Geoffrey Castillion to their roster. On Sunday, the New England side was the center of attention after signing USMNT star Jermaine Jones for the next 18 months.
The 23-year-old was born in Amsterdam and... Read the rest of the article »
Manchester City will benefit from the full dedication of on-loan star Frank Lampard as the English midfielder has decided to retire from international football.
In a bit less than three weeks, England will kick off its UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying campaign away to Switzerland. The Three Lions endured a disastrous adventure far away in Brazil as they exited the competition in the group stages – behind Costa Rica, Uruguay and Italy in Group D.
Now, Roy Hodgson will have to rally his selection ahead of the Euro 2016 qualifiers without one of England’s... Read the rest of the article »
The U.S. international star signs with the MLS and joins New England Revolution after a 'blind draw' decided his fate.
After several weeks of rumors and speculations a deal has finally been agreed between the MLS and Jermaine Jones. The 32-year-old will join New England Revolution after signing an 18-month contract worth $4.7 million, according to reports. The club confirmed the news on Sunday via its website and Jones will remain as the only Designated Player of the ‘Revs’ for the rest of the season.
During... Read the rest of the article »
The ‘Revs’ add another offensive player to their roster as they keep fighting for a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.
New England Revolution confirmed on Monday the acquisition of former U-20 and U-23 U.S. player Tony Taylor via the MLS weighted lottery mechanism. The ‘Revs’ make their second transfer of the month after signing forward Andre Akpan last week from New York Red Bulls.
Tony Taylor has spent most of his career playing abroad and he hasn’t made his debut in the MLS yet. The 25-year-old... Read the rest of the article »
A deal has been agreed between Red Bulls and Revolution to trade Saer Sene for Andre Akpan.
Another transfer has been agreed in the MLS after the New York Red Bulls exchanged forward Andre Akpan for Revolution’s 27-year-old french player Saer Sene. The New York club will also give allocation money to the Revolution as part of the deal. This also means the Red Bulls will get an international roster slot.
Saer Sene has scored 17 goals in 3 MLS seasons and has played in 10... Read the rest of the article »
The Liverpool captain declared his desire to hang up his boots after 114 caps with the national side. With his retirement the FA will have an important decision to make as they look for a new man to lead the team.
Gerrard’s retirement puts the Three Lions in unchartered waters as they will be for the first time in a very long time put in a situation where they will have to choose a leader from a group of players who are not suitable to lead, an opinion which has been voiced by several former players.
Ex-England captain Bryan Robson who was capped 90 times between 1980 and 1991 has declared that... Read the rest of the article »
After England's disastrous World Cup campaign, Three Lions captain Steven Gerrard calls an end to 14 years of service to the national side
14 years after Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard made his England national team debut, the Whiston-born player decides to hang up his boots as he announced his retirement from international football.
The 34-year-old ace made this decision after the Three Lions went through a disappointing 2014 World Cup campaign, a tournament which saw a Gerrard error lead to the goal that sent England packing... Read the rest of the article »
After clinching the trophy in Brazil, Germany top Fifa's latest world rankings, followed by Argentina, whilst Spain drop to eighth
The latest Fifa world rankings are out, and they come shortly after the 2014 World Cup in Brazil came to an end, a tournament which saw European giants Germany win a fourth trophy, their first since 1990. Die Mannschaft, the first European nation to win football's greatest prize on South American soil, see themselves reach the summit of the Fifa rankings after beating Argentina 1-0 in the final, making... Read the rest of the article »
28.5 million Canadians have tuned in to CBC/Radio-Canada's coverage of 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil through the opening round; Average audiences for live Group Round matches have increased by 44 per cent compared to 2010
The beautiful game is Canada’s game! Canadians have embraced soccer more than ever before with 28.5 million people (or 82 per cent of the population) tuning in to at least some of CBC/Radio-Canada’s coverage across all platforms through the Group Stage of 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™. This figure nearly matches the 28.7 million Canadians who tuned in to the entire 2010 tournament.
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Group D has complex scenarios. Check out how the story could unfold ahead of Italy vs Uruguay and Costa Rica vs England on June 24, 2014 at the World Cup.
Los Ticos have qualified and England are out already but there is still much to look forward to for spectators at the Estadio Mineirão in Belo Horizonte today. If the Costa Ricans make it three out of three, they will not only become the only side after the Netherlands to maintain a perfect record but they will also condemn England to an exit from Brazil with zero point like it happened for... Read the rest of the article »
Having already shocked the world twice on the big stage, Costa Rica is out to rub salt in the wounds of the Three Lions. Watch live as Costa Rica looks to claim top spot in the group.
When the groups for the World Cup were drawn, most football fans had a good idea of how the final standings would look. With three former World Cup champions to go up against, not many gave Costa Rica a chance.
After two matches on the big stage, Los Ticos have shocked the world, booking their place in the round of 16 for the first time since 1990.
They first came from behind to defeat... Read the rest of the article »
England boss is set to axe many experienced stars for the Three Lions' last World Cup game against Costa Rica
The English national football team exited the 2014 World Cup early on in the tournament, crashing out in the group stage.
After falling to 2-1 losses in their first two games against Italy and Uruguay, accompanied by Costa Rica's 1-0 win over the Azzurri, a round of 16 qualification escaped from the Three Lions with one game to spare.
And now, as Roy Hodgson's side get prepared for their... Read the rest of the article »
The three lions were embarrassingly knocked out of the World Cup after losing both their matches against Italy and Uruguay. Their exit will definitely have an impact on England’s top tier league.
It has been 48 years since England were crowned World Champions, since then the three lions despite of boasting numerous talented squads have failed to challenge for the top honor.
England’s golden generation of 2002 and 2006 managed to salvage some pride for the three lions after reaching the Quarter-Final stage of the competition on both occasions. However the squads which were to follow... Read the rest of the article »
Luis Suarez has been receiving rave reviews for his performance against England but one former Three Lions defender believes he is not quite there yet
Luis Suarez has upset many football fans back in England.
The Liverpool striker, who made his first 2014 World Cup appearance after sitting out Uruguay's 3-1 opening game loss to Costa Rica, entered his nation's starting eleven in their Three Lions clash.
English Premier League Golden Boot winner's return to fitness proved devastating for Roy Hodgson's side as the South American forward... Read the rest of the article »
FA chairman Greg Dyke breaks his silence over the future of Roy Hodgson after England crash out of the 2014 World Cup in the group stages
Much speculation surrounds the future of Three Lions boss Roy Hodgson.
The England national team manager has become the focus of media attention after failing to guide his European nation past the group stages into the World Cup round of 16.
The 1966 World Cup winners experienced a disappointing tournament, falling 2-1 losers to Italy before being beaten by the same scoreline in their... Read the rest of the article »
England's main men expressed their feelings about the early elimination from the 2014 World Cup.
Italy’s loss to Costa Rica for 1-0 condemned England to an embarrassingly early exit from the 2014 World Cup. The English were hanging by a thread, and the Italians could not save them from elimination.
Despite playing well, Hodgson's team will leave the World Cup early
The players commented the elimination, with some standing by Roy Hodgson, and others visibly annoyed with... Read the rest of the article »
Italy will look to beat Costa Rica and advance following their win over England. Costa Rica might put a dent in their hopes though.
Italy takes on Costa Rica with one eye on the Round of 16 today. While both teams will care little about this fact, they do hold England's fate in their hands. If they draw against Italy or beat the 2006 champions, they will eliminate England from the tournament. If Italy win, England will hold on with their fingertips. In the light of the England-Uruguay result, the build up to this match has... Read the rest of the article »