danny rose

If racism isn't met with proper action, football is at risk of losing future generations of players at all levels of the game
It never ceases to amaze me just how erratic the English nation can become, in reaction to a weekend of International friendly fixtures. The valiant 3-2 win over Germany naturally provoked talks of Euro 2016 glory. In a matter of days fans returned to the all too familiar English football reality of dread and despair following our defeat to the Netherlands.
Sunday's team will presumably be the same one that mauled QPR last week unless Poch sees fit to plunge new boy Fazio in for a debut ahead of Kaboul. If Spurs can achieve the same kind of exciting fluency on display last weekend then they have every chance of avenging the heavy defeats Liverpool inflicted last season...
Roy Hodgson has named four uncapped players in his first post-World CupEngland squad for next Wednesday's friendly with Norway
André Villas-Boas allayed down fears of an injury crisis at Tottenham even though three of his players went off in their
Sunderland fans spent the better half of a decade dreaming of Martin O'Neill being in charge; after just over a year, it's turned into a nightmare. The Northern Irishman's appointment was supposed to be a storybook wedding; it's ended more like a Hollywood one. There's no happy ending here.
While winning the Under-21 Premier League or the NextGen series may do little to excite the White Hart Lane faithful, the importance of such achievements should not be underestimated.
The British government has contacted their Serbian counterparts after it was announced two England Under-21 players and a
The Serbian FA has released a video titled 'Danny Rose Is Lying To Whom?' as they maintain there was no racist chanting during
Uefa have charged the football associations of both England and Serbia following a mass brawl and allegations of racist chanting