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Brave Wales should be Qualifying

At the halfway point in group B Wales have put themselves in a fantastic position to qualify for a major tournament for the first time since 1958 after a brilliant 3-0 win in Israel. 431 more words


Harry Kane to start against Italy?

After last night’s cameo role and Danny Welbeck pulling out through injury, there is no doubt that the pressure for Hodgson to start Kane against Italy is increasing further. 186 more words


For sale - one England goal keeper's kit - as new

Whilst the biggest cheer in the second half came at Wembley in the 70th minute when Harry Kane scored with his second touch in international football just eighty seconds after coming on to replace Wayne Rooney, the most significant moment came a few minutes before. 1,102 more words


Rooney moves another step closer to goalscoring record as England ease past Lithuania

Wayne Rooney scored his 47th international goal and Harry Kane scored on his international debut as England romped past Lithuania at Wembley.

Roy Hodgson’s side won 4-0 against meagre opponents as they kept up their perfect record in Group E without ever getting out of third gear. 476 more words


When Spain took on the Soviets for fascism

When Spain take to the field of Sevilla’s Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán stadium on Friday to dispute their European qualifier against Ukraine, few will remember the historic final of the 1964 European Nations’ Cup, when Spain beat the Soviet Union. 858 more words

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THE FULL ENGLISH: Restoring England's Pride.

With a crunch qualifier against Lithuania in our midst, Really Like Football’s George England asks the question: Where has the hope and glory gone, from the land of hope and glory? 392 more words


Do the hopes of two nations hinge on Haifa clash?

Following tremendous starts that have seen both sides go unbeaten in Euro 2016 qualifying so far, Israel welcome Wales to Haifa on Saturday in what is rightly being labelled the biggest game of the group to date. 1,254 more words

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