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Keane left the station this week to concentrate on his coaching commitments

Steven Gerrard could easily have been shown red for the tackle on Tom Hogli

James Lawton: Gerrard must regain >control if Hodgson is to achieve his limited aim

Roy Hodgson was right to believe he scored a kind of triumph in Oslo and soon enough it was confirmed by the headline "The Roy done good."

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The Last Word: Terry's hijacking of centre stage was desperate

Terry, ludicrously kitted out down to shin pads, deprived Lampard of his due

Rio Ferdinand shows his disappointment after Manchester United squandered a two goal lead against Everton

Rio Ferdinand signals England career is over after being dropped for Euro 2012

Rio Ferdinand appears to have brought down the curtain on his England career.

Rio Ferdinand and John Terry have been England's first choice centre-back pairing for almost a decade

John Terry and Rio Ferdinand decision made for footballing reasons insists England manager Roy Hodgson

Roy Hodgson focused on footballing matters as he explained the selection of John Terry and the omission of Rio Ferdinand in his England squad for this summer's European Championship.

ANXIOUSLY WAITING: Rob Green, Glen Johnson, Micah Richards, Rio Ferdinand, John Terry (pictured), Phil Jagielka, Stewart Downing, Tom Cleverley, Peter Crouch, Andy Carroll, Jermain Defoe

Roy ready to take Terry but refuses to risk Rio too

Ferdinand the fall guy of Hodgson's belief the pair cannot get on together

Rio Ferdinand is favourite to receive the captain's armband for England

James Lawton: The Ferdinand and Terry issue is professionalism

When he was storming about on behalf of Leeds United and Manchester City, and 19 times for England, Danny Mills was not easy to mark down automatically as a potential football statesman. Whatever his other virtues, cool logic never announced itself uppermost.

Rio Ferdinand is favourite to receive the captain's armband for England

James Lawton: Rio Ferdinand and John Terry should get on with it if they are professionals

Danny Mills has tackled the culture of an England dressing room high on egos

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Roy Hodgson to name 23-man England squad for Euro 2012 next Wednesday

Roy Hodgson will name his 23-man England squad for Euro 2012 a week today, the FA have confirmed.

Daniel Agger celebrates scoring Liverpool's third goal with Luis Suarez and Martin Skrtel

Liverpool start as they finished at Wembley as Carroll wins over Kop

It is now the European Cup or bust for Chelsea and, should they perform this badly against Bayern Munich, bust it will be – or the Europa League which in Roman Abramovich's eyes amounts to the same thing.

Andy Carroll came off the bench to score against Chelsea

Carroll cameo comes too late for lonesome Luis to use his craft

Dalglish's over-cautious approach to a Cup Final shrouded in negativity lets Chelsea off the hook

A loser's pain: Kenny Dalglish sees his Liverpool side enjoy little luck as a second-half revival proves insufficient

Lampard: 'Roberto had belief in us. We think we can win every game'

Frank Lampard hailed Roberto Di Matteo after the Chelsea caretaker-manager landed his first trophy in charge of the Blues yesterday, having scored for the club in two Wembley FA Cup final wins. Now he has the Champions' League trophy in his sights with the final against Bayern Munich to come. “Robbie deserves everything, he's turned the club around. He is getting the best out of the players and that is what wins you games,” Lampard said.

Rio Ferdinand shows his disappointment after Manchester United squandered a two goal lead against Everton

Alex Ferguson backs Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand for Euro 2012

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has backed Rio Ferdinand for Euro 2012 selection.

Rio Ferdinand and John Terry have been England's first choice centre-back pairing for almost a decade

Summit with Ferdinand casts doubt over Terry's place

The new England manager Roy Hodgson hopes to speak to Rio Ferdinand within the next week to gauge the Manchester United defender's feelings about playing for England at the European Championships next month.

Rio Ferdinand and John Terry have been England's first choice centre-back pairing for almost a decade

Roy Hodgson's talks with Rio Ferdinand put John Terry place in doubt

The new England manager Roy Hodgson hopes to speak to Rio Ferdinand within the next week to gauge the Manchester United defender's feelings about playing for England at the European Championships next month.

Torres hit the target three times after months of doubt following his £50million move from Liverpool

Torres hat-trick inspires Chelsea in London derby

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