England showcases the best of it all and Harry Maguire before the Pope leaves the air at Wembley

The good news is that England overturned a two-goal side to advance 3-2. The bad news was Harry Maguire and Nick Pope. Well, at least they had fun with us. Next time we see England, they’ll take to the field in their first group match at the World Cup against Iran, but what are we … Read more

An ode to Todd Buehle, our new favorite character in the Premier League universe

He has a lot of ideas and isn’t afraid to tell us. That’s why we love Todd Boyle, the new Premier League Content Director. International Week can take your thoughts to strange and confusing places. especially when England is really bad historically And suddenly I realized before a match against Italy that the best center … Read more

Liverpool target among five summer deals already being eyed for next step

Southampton have signed a couple of gems who are already lined up for senior moves. And Kaleido Coulibaly’s replacement may need to be replaced before long… Matthews NunesWolves’ club record-taking of Nunes was seen as a coup when it was announced in the summer. The midfielder enjoyed a fantastic season with Sporting last season, displaying … Read more

The Arsenal player is in the Premier League’s best squad like never before alongside a £70m defender

Evan Toni remains in the uncut lineup, which is bad news for Neil Maupai. There is some serious depth in the middle. Goalkeeper: Alain Meslier (Leeds United, not France)Meslier was nowhere near a full call-up, but for now, Meslier remains eligible for the France Under-21 team and is likely to stay there until after the … Read more

Mark Lawrence explained why the BBC was right to dump it

Mark Lawrence has revealed himself as the most snowflake ever with comments about his departure from the BBC earlier this year. If you’re lucky enough to land a job in the media, it’s best to stay away from clichés, but sometimes you have little choice but to indulge in it anyway. With that in mind, … Read more

We rate weird favorites amid Southgate calls

So you want to fire Gareth Southgate… who’s next? Really who? We assessed why the nominees might be the new England head coach, and why they might not. Here are the five candidates – well, four of them and Brendan Rodgers – and how well they can lead the Three Lions… Graham PotterWhy might: will … Read more

The ranking of England’s preparation for the major tournaments since 2000. No worse than now

England did not have a positive World Cup formation. In fact, it was very horrific. They have not won in five matches, losing three times along the way, including Friday’s defeat to Italy. So far, in more than seven games this year, they have earned an average of 1.14 points per game – the lowest … Read more

Gareth Southgate needs one last act of courage in his final weeks with England

Sadly, we’re in the final weeks of Gareth Southgate. The holiday from “Usual England” is coming to an end. It was a great love affair with so many hot memories, so many highs and so few bad moments. He made England feel modern and more civilized. He gave us reason to admire the national team … Read more

Nawaneri is an obvious talent, but 15 years old is too young to play professional football

Ethan Nwaneri is an obvious talent, but the 15-year-old is certainly still too young for the tremendous pressures of professional football. As with cops, so with football players. that they an act She looks younger these days. And with the 2022/23 season already having two records broken for the youngest players ever, it looks like … Read more

Italy and the Netherlands are among the top-ranked countries that miss major tournaments…

Italy will miss the World Cup finals in Qatar after spoiling their playoff in a funny way. They are just the latest major country to rise up during the playoffs. Since 2010, here are the countries ranked highest according to FIFA for staying at home during major tournaments… 2010 FIFA World Cup Croatia (10th place … Read more