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Pulis backs Crouch for a return to England fold

You have to go back to 1984 for the last time a Stoke City player appeared for England. That was Mark Chamberlain, father of Arsenal's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, but Tony Pulis believes the club are finally due international recognition again in the shape of Peter Crouch.

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Chelsea captain is in the kind of form that makes him a hard man to ignore

‘Whatever happens to me, happens to me’, says Harry Redknapp

Arsene Wenger joins those wanting early England appointment

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger feels the Football Association must sort out who will be England manager sooner rather than later.

Pearce took charge of England's recent friendly defeat to The Netherlands

Sam Wallace: FA needs to act now – this is the Euros, not a popularity contest

There are 74 days left until England play France at Euro 2012 and, by the sound of it, Stuart Pearce is working on the assumption that it could well be him in the dugout in Donetsk. Certainly no one at the Football Association has told him to rule it out.

Stuart Pearce is in caretaker charge of the team

Pearce makes Euro plans while Harry kept in dark

The England caretaker manager, Stuart Pearce, is preparing for the possibility he may well be in charge of the national team for Euro 2012 this summer and is speaking to Premier League managers about the fitness and form of players who are up for selection.

Peter Crouch enjoys his wonder strike against Manchester City

Robin Scott-Elliot: Crouch, giant of the game, proves that big is beautiful

The Way I See It: Fabio Capello was never going to trust a player who appears part Van Basten, part Rodney Trotter

The Sports Matrix: Tuesday 20 March 2012

Chelsea plot move for Newcastle pair

Jurgen Klinsmann is the coach of USA

Jurgen Klinsmann rules out return to Tottenham as manager

Former Tottenham striker Jurgen Klinsmann has ruled out returning to White Hart Lane as a replacement for Harry Redknapp.

The Sports Matrix: Monday 19 March 2012

United go four points clear after thrashing Wolves

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England are once again in turmoil after Capello's decision to resign last night. The Italian felt his position had become untenable after the FA stripped John Terry of the captaincy without consulting him. Terry has been accused of racially abusing QPR's Anton Ferdinand, a charge which he denies, and will stand trial on July 9. The FA elected to act as the Chelsea defender's trial does not start until after the Euro 2012 finals.

Capello: I was right to resign

Fabio Capello has maintained that his decision to resign as England manager was correct because of the Football Association's decision to overrule him on the issue of removing the captaincy from John Terry.

The Football Association has yet to approach Redknapp about the England manager's role following Fabio Capello's departure last month

FA hesitation over England manager could be costly says Rafael Benitez

Former Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez believes the Football Association have created a problem in not appointing the next England manager in plenty of time for this summer's European Championships.

England players could adapt to caretaker at Euro 2012 says Trevor Brooking

Trevor Brooking believes the England players will adjust to playing under a caretaker manager should the Football Association opt to go down that route for the Euro 2012 finals.

England role 'an older man's job' says Harry Redknapp

Harry Redknapp has claimed being England manager is "an older man's job".

John Terry said the former England manager Fabio Capello had 'stood up' for him

Terry thanks Capello for his support

John Terry spoke for the first time last night about Fabio Capello's resignation as England manager and thanked the Italian coach for standing by him in spite of the Football Association's insistence that the defender be stripped of the captaincy of the national team for the second time.

Harry Redknapp is very happy at Spurs, despite a painful defeat at Everton on Saturday

England role could prove 'too difficult' for Redknapp

Manager uncertain if he would take national job as he likes his 'very good' position at Tottenham

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