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For a man who must have felt these last few days like someone turning out his pockets in the hope of finding a little loose change, England manager Roy Hodgson put on a brave face yesterday. Better still, he gave the distinct impression that he was in charge of both himself and a European Championship squad which, frankly, looks barely competitive.

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Roy Hodgson explains his choice for Euro 2012 but the Rio Ferdinand - John Terry saga won't go away

England manager's optimism turns to frustration as he is asked to defend his central selection but says that the Chelsea captain has assured him he needn't have any concerns

Gary Neville was part of the false dawn of the Golden Generation

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We can be cynical as easily as we like over the fast-tracking of Gary Neville into the hierarchy of the England team. We can ask if, for example, you were the new manager Roy Hodgson, would you rather have Red Nev at your side in the potential maelstrom of the European Championship – or lurking in a TV studio dreaming up the kind of line that hit David Luiz like an assassin's bullet?

Rio Ferdinand will end his career without going to a single Euros

Sam Wallace: End of an England era – and Rio Ferdinand will have a few regrets

A top player for England but he missed too many matches, tournaments and that drugs test

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He will be Hodgson's most acute reader of the mood of the England dressing room

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<b>Joe Hart:</b> Had never lost in 16 previous appearances and could not be blamed for the three goals. One early save from Robben and might have expected more to do. 6/10

Goalkeeping coach Dave Watson joins Roy Hodgson's England staff as Wembley friendly sells out

Roy Hodgson made his second England staff appointment yesterday, with Dave Watson installed as his new goalkeepers' coach largely on advice from the Football Association which wanted the former Under-21s coach to be promoted to the senior team set-up.

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I am too outspoken for England, says Redknapp

Harry Redknapp, the Tottenham manager, believes the Football Association did well to overlook him for the England manager's job, if only to give themselves an easier ride during Euro 2012.

Pearce may be brushed aside by Hodgson's new broom

Stuart Pearce's involvement with the England senior team for the European Championship this summer and beyond is in doubt as the new national manager Roy Hodgson seeks to bring in his own staff.

The Italian spoke out in defence of Terry, who was removed as England skipper by FA chairman David Bernstein on Friday

Roy Hodgson will find it hard to create 'winning mentality' at England warns Fabio Capello

Former England manager Fabio Capello has warned his successor Roy Hodgson that he will find it hard to create a "winning mentality" before Euro 2012.

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