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Harry Kane should use time after the end of the league season to take a break, says Roy Hodgson

England squad: Harry Kane must put Under 21s first in summer, says Roy Hodgson

Tottenham striker the only uncapped player named in senior squad for Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania and friendly against Italy

Fifa president Sepp Blatter

2022 Qatar World Cup final will be played on 18 December

The climax of the winter World Cup will take place a week before Christmas

Harry Kane celebrates scoring for Tottenham against QPR

Ashley Young excluded from England squad: Picking Andros Townsend instead is harsh on the Manchester United winger

COMMENT: Despite being among Manchester United's most effective players this season, Young remains in the international wilderness

Tottenham striker Harry Kane celebrates scoring against Arsenal

England squad announcement: Harry Kane in, but Ashley Young and Ryan Mason miss out

Squad announced for the games against Lithuania and Italy with Roy Hodgson opting to name just two keepers

Harry Kane is set to be named in his first England squad on Thursday after being the Premier League’s player of the month twice in a row

England squad announcement: Harry Kane set to head list of England's new call-ups

The squad will play Lithuania and Italy

Chencho Gyeltshen scores for Bhutan against Sri Lanka

30,000 see the 'Ronaldo of Bhutan' secure a win for the worst team in the world

Bhutan beat Sri Lanka in World Cup qualifier

Spain drop out of Fifa world ranking top 10 for first time since 2007

England have dropped two places to 17th

Khalfan Ibrahim of Qatar scores against the UAE

Qatar 2022: St George's Park to be used by Qatar national team as base for European internationals this year

The move comes despite FA chairman Greg Dyke's unflattering comments about the Qatar 2022 World Cup

Roy Hodgson wants to continue as England manager for another two years beyond next summer

Roy Hodgson keen to stay on as England manager until 2018

Hodgson is understood to be ready to lead the Three Lions to the World Cup for a second time, despite the disappointment of Brazil last year

Perhaps football's most notorious spitting controversy of all.

Jonny Evans and Papiss Cisse 'spit' incident: A brief history of football's spitting controversies

Rijkaard, Diouf and co show that spitting is nothing new to the sport

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger

Qatar 2022 World Cup: Arsenal manger Arsene Wenger welcomes winter World Cup

'I don't think it will impact too much,' Wenger said

The FIFA president Sepp Blatter

Qatar 2022 World Cup final on 18 December, says Fifa president Sepp Blatter

Reports had said it would be on the 23 December

The design for the first 2022 World Cup stadium, Al Wakrah, has been released, with many commenting on its resemblance to a vagina

Qatar 2022: Unapologetic Jerome Valcke rules out any compensation for winter World Cup

Premier League is among those unhappy about the change

A view outside Arsenal's Emirates Stadium
FootballDespite a failed bid in 2010, Aliko Dangote wants to buy the Gunners - and he's worth $15bn
Nigerian billionaire started off with $3,000 trading rice, sugar and cement
A new show on Channel 5 will broadcast Football League highlights
...before the BBC broadcast Match of the Day!
ANALYSIS Chelsea's champions assessed after Blues power to their fourth Premier League title of the Abramovich era
VIDEO Diego Maradona has some choice words for the footballers of today and also hits out at England's 1966 World Cup team
VIDEO David Beckham reveals the not-so-shocking key to being one of the best footballers of his generation
Greaves remain Tottenham's record goalscorer
England legend is aware that he suffered a 'severe stroke' after being hospitalised on Sunday
Rio Ferdinand and John Terry played alongside each other with England
Ex-England colleagues have a fractured relationship but Chelsea captain sends condolences after death of Ferdinand's wife
Ferdinand’s decision to have one more year in the Premier League has not been a success
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