Football: England under Hoddle: the men who have worn the three lions

Opponents Date Venue Result Captain Formation

Moldova 1 Sept 96 Chisinau W 3-0 Shearer 3-5-2

Poland 9 Oct 96 Wembley W 2-1 Shearer 3-5-2

Georgia 9 Nov 96 Tbilisi W 2-0 Adams 3-5-2

Italy 12 Feb 97 Wembley L 0-1 Shearer 3-4-2-1

Mexico 29 Mar 97 Wembley W 2-0 Ince 3-4-2-1

Georgia 30 Apr 97 Wembley W 2-0 Shearer 3-5-2

South Africa 24 May 97 Old Trafford W 2-1 Pearce 3-5-2

Poland 31 May 97 Katowice W 2-0 Shearer 3-5-2

Italy 3 Jun 97 Nantes W 2-0 Ince 3-4-2-1

France 7 Jun 97 Montpellier W 1-0 Shearer 3-5-2

Brazil 10 Jun 97 Paris L 0-1 Shearer 3-5-2

Moldova 10 Sept 97 Wembley W 4-0 Seaman 4-3-1-2

Italy 11 Oct 97 Rome

PLAYERS USED: Seaman Walker James Flowers Martyn G Neville P Neville Campbell Southgate Adams Pallister Keown Pearce Hinchcliffe Le Saux Batty Ince Redknapp Beckham Lee Gascoigne Butt Mcmanaman Collymore Ripley Shearer Ferdinand Barmby Sheringham Fowler Le Tissier Wright Merson Scholes Cole


Moldova Barmby, Gascoigne, Shearer

Poland Shearer 2

Georgia Ferdinand, Sheringham

Mexico Sheringham (pen), Fowler

Georgia Shearer, Sheringham

S Africa Lee, Wright

Poland Shearer, Sheringham

Italy Wright, Scholes

France Shearer

Moldova Wright 2, Scholes, Gascoigne

New caps awarded by Hoddle:

Moldova: Hinchcliffe, Beckham Mexico: James, Butt S Africa: Scholes

13 other players have been called up by Hoddle but have not played: Stone, Draper, Howey, Anderton, Platt, Matteo, May, Bowyer, Scales, Eadie, Clark, Heskey and Rio Ferdinand.

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