Sam Wallace

Sam Wallace is Football Correspondent for The Independent.

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Sterling ‘is being led by his representative’ in wanting to leave, claims Rodgers

Raheem Sterling: Brendan Rodgers urges Liverpool fans not to turn on contract rebel

Manager pleads for supporters going to last game of season at Stoke to respect what under-fire forward has given to club

Phil Brown sings the fans’ version of ‘Sloop John B’ after Hull avoided relegation on the final day of the 2008-09 season

Hull vs Manchester United: Steve Bruce knows it isn’t over till the relieved manager sings

Hull on the brink but have learnt from previous relegation

Jack Grealish was born in England but has played for Republic of Ireland’s Under-21s

Roy Hodgson tells Jack Grealish to hurry up and pick which country he wants to play for

The Aston Villa player was born in England, but represented the Republic of Ireland at Under-21 level

Jamie Vardy has scored only four goals for Leicester City this season

England squad: Jamie Vardy call shows how Roy Hodgson will 'never close the door' on a player

The former Conference trier has had a fairy-tale rise, but does his inclusion ask a wider questions about the quality of English talent at Hodgson's disposal?

QPR need Charlie Austin to continue his rich form

England squad: Charlie Austin, Jamie Vardy and Tom Heaton receive their first call-ups

Austin and Vardy were both playing non-league football in recent season

Shaw was carried off against Crystal Palace on 9 May and will not play for United again this season

Luke Shaw to miss out on England U-21 squad for Euro 2015 after concussion

The Manchester United defender has had an injury-hit season

Raheem Sterling arrives at Liverpool’s awards evening at the Echo Arena on Tuesday night, where he won the vote for young player of the year

Liverpool transfer news: Raheem Sterling stalemate as club insist young star is not for sale

£30m-rated forward is greeted with boos from fans as he picks up club's young player of the year award

Raheem Sterling has previously described reports linking him with a summer move to Arsenal as ‘quite flattering’

Raheem Sterling: Liverpool should cash in on player, even if his sale hurts club's pride

COMMENT: His sale could say a lot about the club's status relative to rivals like Manchester City and Arsenal

Martin Glenn, the Football Association’s new chief executive

England World Cup triumph is not pie in the sky, says FA's new chief executive Martin Glenn

The 54-year-old believes the governing body can help Three Lions win Qatar 2022

Raheem Sterling recently turned down a new deal worth £100,000 a week with Liverpool

Raheem Sterling transfer: England international tells Liverpool - 'I want a move this summer'

Thus far the club have said that there is no prospect of him being sold this summer

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