Glenn Moore

Glenn Moore is Football Editor for The Independent and a Uefa B licence holder.

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World Cup 2014: Ricciardo Montolivo's broken leg puts Italy on the defensive as Guiseppe Rossi gets cut from squad

Italy coach Cesare Prandelli has been left with a World Cup headache after the injury to Montolivo on Saturday

Wrong-footed: Alex Scott says Arsenal Ladies have failed to be proactive as investment has increased

Arsenal vs Everton Women's FA Cup Final preview: Old power houses struggle to keep up

Today’s FA Cup final illustrates the changing face of the women’s game

Centre of attention: Ross Barkley played second striker against Peru

World Cup 2014: Ross Barkley cameo shows potential of England's young guns in Brazil

‘He’s fantastic. To have people like him on the bench will be good,’ says Phil Jagielka of his England team-mate

Phil Jagielka scores England’s third goal after an error by the Peru goalkeeper

England 3 Peru 0: No dark thoughts for Hodgson as warm-up acts pass auditions

England’s most significant pre-World Cup warm-up was in 1998, when Paul Gascoigne’s distracted performance against Belgium in Casablanca cost him a place in the finals, ended his England career, and led to his infamous trashing of Glenn Hoddle’s hotel room to the backdrop of Kenny G.

Joey Barton celebrates QPR's promotion to the Premier League on Saturday

Harry Redknapp says Joey Barton is 'managerial material' and he has 'never met anyone like him'

Redknapp's QPR won promotion to the Premier League via the play-off final

Championship play-off final: Big spenders Queens Park Rangers gift Football League tricky windfall after promotion

QPR defeated Derby 1-0 at Wembley on Saturday to advance

Danny Welbeck says he has been frustrated at having to play on the left

World Cup 2014: 'Frustrated' Danny Welbeck ready to use the Brazil tournament as shop window

Reports emerged at the end of last season that he wanted to leave United

Vying for attention: England’s World Cup hopefuls surround manager Roy Hodgson in Portugal last week

World Cup 2014: Roy Hodgson's tough decisions are improvement on Euro 2012

Three Lions' preparations are on the right track ahead of this summer's tournament
Vying for attention: England’s World Cup hopefuls surround manager Roy Hodgson in Portugal last week

World Cup 2014: ‘Depth of talent’ leaves Roy Hodgson with several difficult decisions

Intense battle for places sets the England manager a different challenge to Euro 2012

Luis Suarez is moved from Medica Uruguaya hospital after his operation, in Montevideo, Uruguay

Luis Suarez injury: Recovering Suarez confirms he will be fit for World Cup, but Steven Gerrard admits mixed feelings ahead of Group D clash

Suarez tweeted that he will be in Brazil as questions remain whether he will be fit in time to face England on June 19

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