Ross Barkley

'He will not be asked to contribute to the paper again'.
Kelvin MacKenzie will leave The Sun newspaper following his suspension for comments comparing a footballer with Nigerian
A former equalities chief has accused Liverpool of “wallowing in victim status”, according to Kelvin MacKenzie, and defended
Well, well, well. Has that made things interesting? I mean, considering Jose is putting his eggs pretty much in the basket labelled Europa League, United's win at Old Trafford has to go down as a bit of a shock...
Today's theme is people in football who, well, really don't help themselves. Historically, you might consider Joey Barton to head up this list - on one hand, Joey craves being thought of as a football intellect. On the other hand, he likes to put his cigar out in a team mate's eye. Mario Ballotelli would probably get selected if this list became an XI - Mario wants to win the Ballon d'Or one day, but by the same token likes to let off fireworks in his bathroom.
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.
So many of the Premier League's most best and most entertaining players this season are still aged just 22 or younger. As we bid farewell to a number of old timers, it makes it an incredibly exciting time for the future to begin.
Cristiano Ronaldo is winning the closed-window rumour mill hands down, with the latest report regarding his possible to return
England's plane home is not on the runway yet but the luggage is packed for their flight home from Brazil after two defeats
John Barnes believes Raheem Sterling and Ross Barkley should be left out of England's starting XI for their World Cup opener
England played out an entertaining 2-2 draw with Ecuador in their penultimate friendly fixture before the World Cup begins
England played out an entertaining 2-2 draw with Ecuador in their penultimate friendly fixture before the World Cup begins
Two years ago Manchester City became the first team to win a Premier League title on goal difference. After their first win at Everton since 2009 they look likely to repeat that feat.
Hart saved brilliantly from Steven Naismith in the second-half Visibly less cocksure these days, it was noticeable how he
Luis Suárez, Daniel Sturridge and Steven Gerrard have been nominated for the PFA Player of the Year award in a Liverpool
Although poor performances have left the reputation of certain people in tatters, some have gone from strength to strength and we couldn't help but take notice. Let's take a look at the positive side for once and give credit where credit's due.
With English expectations low going into the World Cup, it's possible that Hodgson will take a young squad out to Brazil to gain invaluable experience and build for the future. With that in mind, Hodgson may use the game against Denmark to cast his eye over some of the young prospects on the brink of breaking into the World Cup squad.
Juan Mata will today have a medical ahead of completing his transfer to Manchester United, so it's Chelsea's turn to be linked