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    The England national football team represents England in international football and is controlled by The Football Association, the governing body for football in England.[2][3]
    England are one of the two oldest national teams in football; alongside Scotland, whom they played in the world's first international football match in 1872. England's home ground is Wembley Stadium, London, and their headquarters is at St George's Park, Burton upon Trent. The teams current manager is Gareth Southgate. Although part of the United Kingdom, England has always had a representative side that plays in major professional tournaments, though not in the Olympic Games, as the IOC has always recognised United Kingdom representative sides.
    England contest the FIFA World Cup and UEFA European Championship, which alternate biennially. Any one of these tournament victories after 1992 would mean England would also contest the FIFA Confederations Cup, however they are yet to qualify for this tournament. In contesting for the World Cup seventeen times over the past sixty-four years, England won the 1966 World Cup, when they hosted the finals, and finished fourth in 1990. England have never won the European Championship ? after fifteen attempts over fifty-six years ? with their best performances being semi-finals appearances at the 1968 and 1996 Championships, the latter of which they hosted.

    All-time table for champions


    Main article: All-time table of the FIFA World Cup
    Position Name of Team Participations Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Avg
    Pts
    Trophies
    1 Brazil 20 104 70 17 17 221 102 119 227 2.18 5
    2 Germany[97] 18 106 66 20 20 224 121 103 218 2.06 4
    3 Italy 18 83 45 21 17 128 77 51 156 1.88 4
    4 Argentina 16 77 42 14 21 131 84 47 140 1.82 2
    5 Spain 14 59 29 12 18 92 66 26 99 1.68 1
    6 England 14 62 26 20 16 79 56 23 98 1.58 1
    7 France 14 59 28 12 19 106 71 35 96 1.63 1
    8 Uruguay 12 51 20 12 19 80 71 9 72 1.41 2


    Most capped players

    Players with an equal number of caps are ranked in chronological order of reaching the milestone.
    # Name Career Caps Goals Position
    1 Peter Shilton 1970?1990 125 0 GK
    2 Wayne Rooney 2003?2016 119 53 FW
    3 David Beckham 1996?2009 115 17 MF
    4 Steven Gerrard 2000?2014 114 21 MF
    5 Bobby Moore 1962?1973 108 2 DF
    6 Ashley Cole 2001?2014 107 0 DF
    7 Bobby Charlton 1958?1970 106 49 MF
    Frank Lampard 1999?2014 106 29 MF
    9 Billy Wright 1946?1959 105 3 DF
    10 Bryan Robson 1980?1991 90 26 MF
    Top goalscorers

    # Name Career Goals Caps Position Average
    1 Wayne Rooney 2003?2016 53 119 FW 0.4454
    2 Bobby Charlton 1958?1970 49 106 MF 0.4622
    3 Gary Lineker 1984?1992 48 80 FW 0.6000
    4 Jimmy Greaves 1959?1967 44 57 FW 0.7719
    5 Michael Owen 1998?2008 40 89 FW 0.4494
    6 Nat Lofthouse 1950?1958 30 33 FW 0.9090
    Alan Shearer 1992?2000 30 63 FW 0.4762
    Tom Finney 1946?1958 30 76 FW 0.3947
    9 Vivian Woodward 1903?1911 29 23 FW 1.2609
    Frank Lampard 1999?2014 29 106 MF 0.2735
    Honours and achievements

    Major:
    FIFA World CupWinners (1): 1966Fourth place (1): 1990UEFA European ChampionshipThird place (1): 1968Semi-finalists (1): 1996Regional:


    Winners (54): (including 20 shared)

    Winners (3): 1986, 1988, 1989Minor:


    Winners (1): 2004

    Winners (1): 1997

    Winners (1): 1991Other:


    Winners (2): 1990, 1998Unofficial:


    Matches as Champion: 88Reigns as Champion: 21

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    The #ThreeLions squad will arrive at @StGeorgesPark this morning.
    A reminder of this month's games:

    Netherlands
    @AmsterdamArenA Friday 23 March 7.45pm (GMT)
    Italy
    @wembleystadium Tuesday 27 March 8pm



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    U21 squad


    Goalkeepers
    Angus Gunn - Norwich City (loan from Manchester City)
    Dean Henderson - Shrewsbury Town (loan from Manchester United)
    Freddie Woodman - Aberdeen (loan from Newcastle United)

    Defenders
    Trent Alexander-Arnold – Liverpool
    Ben Chilwell – Leicester City
    Jake Clarke-Salter – Sunderland (loan from Chelsea)
    Dael Fry - Middlesbrough
    Mason Holgate - Everton
    Jonjoe Kenny – Everton
    Ryan Sessegnon - Fulham
    Fikayo Tomori – Hull City (loan from Chelsea)
    Kyle Walker-Peters – Tottenham Hotspur
    Joe Worrall – Nottingham Forest

    Midfielders
    Tom Davies – Everton
    Kieran Dowell – Nottingham Forest (loan from Everton)
    Ovie Ejaria - Sunderland (loan from Liverpool)
    Ainsley Maitland-Niles – Arsenal
    Josh Onomah – Aston Villa (loan from Tottenham Hotspur)
    Harry Winks – Tottenham Hotspur
    Forwards
    Tammy Abraham – Swansea City (loan from Chelsea)
    Dominic Calvert-Lewin – Everton
    Demarai Gray - Leicester City
    Jack Harrison – Middlesbrough (loan from Manchester City)
    Ademola Lookman – RB Leipzig (loan from Everton)
    James Maddison – Norwich City
    Dominic Solanke – Liverpool


    England u20s



    Goalkeepers
    Will Huffer - Leeds United
    Nathan Trott - West Ham United

    Defenders
    Callum Brittain - MK Dons
    Darnell Johnson - Leicester City
    Ezri Konsa - Charlton Athletic
    Lloyd Kelly - Bristol City
    Easah Suliman - Grimsby Town (loan from Aston Villa)
    Aaron Wan-Bissaka - Crystal Palace

    Midfielders
    Harvey Barnes - Leicester City
    Isaac Buckley-Ricketts - Oxford United (loan from Manchester City)
    Josh Dasilva - Arsenal
    Tayo Edun - Fulham
    Sam Field - West Bromwich Albion

    Forwards
    Keinan Davis - Aston Villa
    Marcus Edwards - Norwich City (loan from Tottenham Hotspur)
    Rushian Hepburn-Murphy (Aston Villa) *
    Josh Sims - Southampton
    Chris Willock - Benfica


    U19s


    Goalkeepers
    Ellery Balcombe – Brentford
    Jamie Cumming - Chelsea

    Defenders
    Trevoh Chalobah Chelsea
    Edward Francis - Manchester City
    Reece James - Chelsea
    Dujon Sterling - Chelsea
    Japhet Tanganga - Tottenham Hotspur
    Ben Wilmot - Stevenage

    Midfielders
    Flynn Downes - Luton Town (loan from Ipswich Town)
    Elliot Embleton - Sunderland
    Adam Lewis - Liverpool
    Mason Mount - Vitesse Arnhem (loan from Chelsea)
    Tristan Nydam – Ipswich Town
    Joe Willock - Arsenal

    Forwards
    Ben Brereton - Nottingham Forest
    Phil Foden - Manchester City
    George Hirst - Sheffield Wednesday
    Reiss Nelson - Arsenal
    Edward Nketiah - Arsenal
    Jadon Sancho - Borussia Dortmund



    u18s



    Goalkeepers
    Solomon Brynn - Middlesbrough **
    Josef Bursik - Stoke City
    William Crellin - Fleetwood Town

    Defenders
    Timothy Eyoma - Tottenham Hotspur
    Lewis Gibson - Everton
    Marc Guehi - Chelsea
    Joel Latibeaudiere - Manchester City
    Brooklyn Lyons-Foster - Tottenham Hotspur
    Steven Sessegnon - Fulham
    Adam Wilson - Newcastle United

    Midfielders
    Conor Gallagher - Chelsea
    Alex Denny - Everton*
    George McEachran - Chelse
    Felix Nmecha - Manchester City*
    Tashan Oakley-Boothe - Tottenham Hotspur
    Oliver Skipp - Tottenham Hotspur
    Stephen Walker - Middlesbrough
    Callum Wright - Leicester City

    Forwards
    Morgan Gibbs-White - Wolverhampton Wanderers
    Callum Hudson-Odoi -Chelsea
    Danny Loader - Reading
    Ian Poveda-Ocampo - Manchester City
    * Replaces Felix Nmecha (Manchester City)
    ** Replaces Curtis Anderson (Manchester City)
    Last edited by perumal; 03-20-2018 at 07:25 PM.

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    Ten Manchester City players have been called up by England at youth level (U18s~U21s):

    U18s - Curtis Anderson, Joel Latibeaudiere, Felix Nmecha, Ian Carlo Poveda
    U19s - Edward Francis, Phil Foden
    U20s - Isaac Buckley-Ricketts, Lukas Nmecha
    U21s - Angus Gunn, Jack Harrison

    Would be interesting to see how many can make it to the mancity first team?? A certain Phil Foden looks promising for England and mancity!

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    Nannaayi varatte

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggs View Post
    Nannaayi varatte
    chilapo ee thread ilathondakum njanga maryadak ithrem naal kalikanje

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    The new England call-up Nick Pope says that his first job was a milk-round in Cambridgeshire before he embarked on the career that has taken him to the Premier League with Burnley and his current status as a potential World Cup goalkeeper.
    The uncapped 25-year-old, in the England squad for friendlies against Holland on Friday and Italy on Tuesday, was rejected by Ipswich Town at 16 and worked his way up via the seventh tier Bury Town in Suffolk. From there he went to Charlton Athletic where he served eight loan spells.



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    Jesse Lingard with Raheem Sterling on international duty. #mufc [Ig] https://t.co/xWvrOU8SpY

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    Quote Originally Posted by perumal View Post
    chilapo ee thread ilathondakum njanga maryadak ithrem naal kalikanje
    Hype nu anusarichu orikkalum perform cheyyaarilla , maximum QF

    The club rivalry has been that much intense especially between United and Liverpool over the years and that has affected

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