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Ferguson's obsession with goals spared fading Evra

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England manager Roy Hodgson

John Terry returns as Roy Hodgson announces England squad for World Cup qualifiers against Moldova and Ukraine

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Robin van Persie makes his Manchester United debut as a second-half substitute for Danny Welbeck

Notorious slow starters Everton buck the trend to leave Manchester United feeling blue

Stanley Park shimmered in the heat, the sunlight sparkled off the glass in the Gladstone Pavilion and the boating lakes. The evening sky was midnight blue, the grass vividly green. It was August and a great time to be facing Everton.

Antonio Cassano

Graeme Le Saux puts Antonio Cassano's homophobic remarks down to ignorance

Graeme Le Saux believes that Antonio Cassano's ill-advised remarks about gay footballers are more likely to be because of a lack of understanding rather than a deliberate attempt to be offensive.

John Terry: Roy Hodgson will be concerned that the Chelsea captain failed to train again yesterday

Terry and Cole in race against time for France

Hamstring and ankle injuries trouble key defenders while Downing looks set to start

Ashley Young scores England’s winner in Oslo on Saturday

Humble Hodgson makes modest start as mood music changes

Gary Neville posts a song of the day to his social network followers each morning, and on Saturday it was Paul Weller's "Brand New Start". It is beginning to feel as if this is just such a thing for England, even though it felt faintly Engelbert Humperdinck to be taking a very flat 4-4-2 into Europe on Saturday night.

Man for man marking: England

Rob Green: Struggled early in first cap for two years. Let Pedersen corner hit post but improved later and showed good handling. 7/10

Leon Osman (second left) celebrates after scoring against Sunderland

Everton head to Wembley on a goal-scoring high

Everton's assistant manager, Steve Round, believes their recent upturn in goalscoring form puts them in a good position for Saturday's FA Cup semi-final derby against Liverpool at Wembley.

Marouane Fellaini takes on the City defence in Everton's win last night

Fellaini provides the steel to put leaders to the sword

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