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Newcastle accepted a bid from the French side understood to be in the region of £20m

Samir Nasri reacts after scoring for France

France play down Samir Nasri 'shut up' incident

French federation president Noel Le Graet has played down an incident involving midfielder Samir Nasri after France drew 1-1 with England in their Euro 2012 Group D opening game.

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England followed Chelsea blueprint against France says Patrice Evra

Manchester United defender Patrice Evra believes England followed Chelsea's example in order to collect a Euro 2012 point against France last night.

Lescott on target as Hodgson’s England make impressive start to Euro 2012 with hard-earned 1-1 draw against France

English industry gains its reward through Lescott

It was a performance for a time of austerity, devoid of the kind of ambition that will always be hoped for from those of a nation whose psyche, where the national team is concerned, will always be skewed by the act of having given football to the rest of the world. By the end, the English whistles that issued around the stadium, urging the referee to blow his own, acknowledged the truth that this was a game of artists versus artisans. And yet for all that, this is a result to be deeply grateful for.

Lescott on target as Hodgson’s England make impressive start to Euro 2012 with hard-earned 1-1 draw against France

England's artisans keep Wayne Rooney in the picture with France draw

France 1 England 1: Lescott on target as Hodgson's England make impressive start to Euro 2012 with hard-earned 1-1 draw against France

June 7, 2012: France's national soccer team midfielder Franck Ribery is seen in a sauna at the team's training center in Kircha, on the eve of the Euro 2012 football championships opening match on.

James Lawton: Hard graft is key if England are to bloom in the City of Roses

Though it hangs on to the grit-smeared old title of city of a million roses, a bit like the Rhondda Valley claiming to be Tuscany West, this is a place which like few others on earth has always insisted on the hardest work – whether you were part of a slave labour force or just someone battling to survive in the mines or the steel plant.

The Donbass Arena in Donetsk is in great shape for the Euros

Ukraine grounds fit for purpose – unlike England's logistical efforts

Venues in Donetsk and Kiev pass muster – even if they are hundreds of miles from team hotel

Roy Hodgson offers Parker some direction

Euro 2012 'means everything' to England midfielder Scott Parker

England midfielder Scott Parker has admitted it "means everything" to get the chance to appear at Euro 2012.

M'vila's injury spoils French victory

France cruised to a 2-0 win over Serbia in Reims last night, but victory was marred by an injury to Yann M'vila.

Gourcuff fluffs final audition for France

The midfielder Yoann Gourcuff has paid the price for an indifferent display in France's 3-2 friendly win against Iceland on Sunday.

Patrice Evra untroubled by France form

Patrice Evra is unconcerned by France's struggles in beating Iceland last night as they build up to Euro 2012.

Gael Clichy pictured training for France

Gael Clichy accuses media of trying to stir up trouble for France squad ahead of Euro 2012

Full-back Gael Clichy insists the atmosphere in the France squad is positive and has accused the media of trying to stir up a repeat of the turmoil which has ruined recent major tournaments for them.

Spurs' Kaboul ruled out of France squad for Euro 2012

The Tottenham Hotspur defender Younès Kaboul will miss next month's European Championship after being left out of the provisional France squad because of a knee injury.

Stuart Pearce might have written down the England team but he is not letting anyone know

Euros tougher to win than World Cup says Stuart Pearce

Interim England boss Stuart Pearce has endorsed former manager Fabio Capello's theory that Euro 2012 will be harder to win than the World Cup.

Germany v France: Recalled Saha out to secure Euro role

As England welcome the world No3 side to Wembley tonight, their opponents in the opening European Championship game this summer continue their preparations with a trip to second-ranked Germany.

Saha: 0-1

Louis Saha optimistic of Euro 2012 role for France

Louis Saha is allowing himself to start thinking about winning a place in France's Euro 2012 squad after returning to the national set-up for Wednesday's match against Germany.

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