England vs. Spain, Wembley, 20.00 kick off (ITV) It’s the final game of Gareth Southgate’s interim reign. Assuming he doesn’t make a complete hash of this game, he will probably be England’s next permanent manager. Here’s everything you need to know about tonight’s game.   History England first faced Spain in 1929, which the Spaniards 

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I tell you what, you’ve got to be a good side to wear pink haven’t you?   The nation of Scotland would have been pumped full of national pride, ready to head over the border and teach those English a thing or two about football, just like they did in the good old days.   

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Watching from the side-lines of Gareth Southgate’s first, moribund audition to become England’s manager was Michael Keane, enjoying his first international call-up. It is a deserved reward for Keane, having been subjected to a bid from champions Leicester City in the summer, such was his form in Burnley’s promotion campaign, and having made an impressive 

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Maybe England are just not good enough! A contentious topic, but one that cannot go unnoticed given England’s perennial disappointment at major tournaments. The Three Lions were once again eliminated from the European Championship, but this time round by Iceland – a small country with a big heart. This is not the first time England 

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Let’s hear it for the Iceland team – they played with flair and skill. But the mighty “skills” of England – I had to pop a pill! The millionaires of the England squad, couldn’t match Iceland, They should have called on Accrington Stanley I’m sure they’d lend a hand! The mighty egos of the England 

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When you look at the majority of these national sides, all have that one player a class above the rest… Do England really have that? Portugal have Ronaldo Wales have Gareth Bale Pogba for France Eden Hazard or Kevin De Bruyne for Belgium Robert Lewandowski for Poland Spain have the luxury of a multitude of 

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The first installment of a new Euro 2016 column titled “The Europhile” by O-Posts football writer, James Clark. England are a massive footballing nation in their own right. The likes of David Beckham, Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard, Paul Scholes and Wayne Rooney have all donned the shirt in the last 20 years. All players of 

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After a disappointing opening match against Russia that saw them concede a late goal to draw 1-1, England greatly increased their chances of making it safely past the group stages following their triumphant encounter against arch rivals Wales. They may be united by geographical proximity so much that there would be no United Kingdom without 

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The land of song are singing – they are the mighty Wales, They won their first Euro match, now their beer has booming sales! They played quite remarkably and so deserved their win. Now bring on their next game – they could win again. I also watched the mighty England – and they scored a 

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Euro 2016: a tournament that galvanizes sporting fans all over the world. Well, at least among followers of the beautiful game. Excitement is building in anticipation for the opening day of the tournament, which is just a couple of days away from commencing. So to celebrate this exciting event: we have cooperated with Poki, an 

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A name that was missing from England’s provisional Euro 2016 squad on Monday morning will give a stark warning to a name that was included. Theo Walcott used Twitter to express his “disappointment” over being left out but it is that emotion that is becoming synonymous with a career that began with his surprise call 

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I am a magic genie – and I am an England fan, Please don’t ask me why, I’m told this by my Gran! I do live in a lamp – and I watch my large TV, But I am so dissolutionned, with the England football team – I’ll create some magic for free! But if 

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Just three years ago Jamie Vardy was firing Fleetwood Town to promotion from the Conference and in doing so earned himself a £1 million move to Leicester City, then of the Championship. It seemed bemusing that Vardy, whose background has taken in the glamour of Stocksbridge Park Steels and Halifax Town, would be receiving good 

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It was a strange atmosphere at Wembley. The horrific events in Paris meant the result between France and England was always going to be irrelevant, and yet one got the feeling that those who did turn up during what was a late surge in demand for tickets, would not have missed this match for anything. One 

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