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England ready for first match without Capello

An injury-depleted England team are due to face Holland since manager Fabio Capello's resignation.

Redknapp pegged to take on England top job

Harry Redknapp should move closer to becoming the new coach of the national team when plans to recruit Fabio Capello's replacement are finalised.

Capello steps down as England manager

Fabio Capello has resigned as manager of England following the Football Association's decision to strip John Terry of the captaincy, the FA confirmed.

Capello in hot water for criticising Terry decision

England's manager has landed himself in trouble after publicly criticising the Football Association's decision to strip John Terry of his captaincy.

Rooney’s Euro 2012 ban reduced

Wayne Rooney's three-match ban at the Euro 2012 finals has been reduced to two, with the third ban to be carried over for four years.

England bracing for Spanish inquisition

England are preparing for a demanding examination of their Euro 2012 credentials as Fabio Capello's side take on reigning champions Spain at Wembley.

Terry retains England captaincy during race probe

Fabio Capello says England defender John Terry retains his support during a police investigation into alleged racism against Anton Ferdinand.

United still have clout, but more tinkering is necessary

United, after all, had been in reasonably good form and the talk following matches with lesser teams was often of regeneration.

Andy Carroll warned over drinking habits

England manager Fabio Capello has warned Andy Carroll that the Liverpool striker needed to drink less if he wanted to be a successful footballer.

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