Sport Lawrie Wilson, pictured earlier in the season against Wigan, scored twice for Charlton in their 3-2 win over Brighton

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Capello blasts unhappy England players

Under-pressure Fabio Capello has admitted he may have a couple of unhappy campers at England's Rustenburg base, but warned them: "You're at the World Cup, not on holiday."

Upson set to replace Carragher

West Ham defender Matthew Upson will replace Jamie Carragher in England's vital World Cup Group C game against Slovenia on Wednesday.

England return to training following meeting

Fabio Capello began the delicate task of piecing England's shattered team spirit back together this morning ahead of Wednesday's do-or-die World Cup clash with Slovenia in Port Elizabeth.

England hopes hanging by thread after awful performance

England 0 Algeria 0

Now Capello kicks out at 'the worst ball I've seen in my life'

Fabio Capello last night declared that the Jabulani ball used in the World Cup was "the worst ball that I have seen in my life," insisting that the trajectory is "impossible" for goalkeepers to judge.

Goals will come for Rooney says Upson

Matthew Upson is certain the goals will soon start flowing again for Wayne Rooney.

Upson comes to terms with his place in the pecking order

He was Fabio Capello's third-choice centre-back in qualification for the World Cup but, having fallen behind first Ledley King and now Jamie Carragher in the pecking order, Matthew Upson said yesterday he still believed he could win a place in the England team to play Algeria on Friday.

From the training ground to the townships: England stars get a reality check

Dawson takes time out to visit an orphanage, but the children have only one question on their minds: is Rooney coming too?

Upson hits back at Beckenbauer

Matthew Upson has warned Franz Beckenbauer that England will adopt the tactics that win the games and ignore his barbed comments about the Three Lions' style of play.

Capello's gamble on King backfires

Defensive plans in tatters as Tottenham man faces early exit from tournament

Milner favourite to start on left with Cole and Carrick on bench

James Milner appears to have won his battle to be fit for England's opening fixture against the United States this evening and is likely to feature on the left side of a four-man midfield here, with Steven Gerrard resuming his central partnership with Frank Lampard.

Lampard vows to step up his game for final crack at glory

Frank Lampard has vowed to make his last World Cup one to remember for England and believes the vast experience in the squad could be a crucial factor in their bid for success.

England come through final training session

Fabio Capello gave a clean bill of health as his England squad went through their paces for the final time before they open their World Cup campaign against the United States tomorrow.

England win warm-up match 3-0

England limped to an unconvincing and, at times, pretty awful victory in their practice match against local South African league side Platinum Stars.

'Ridiculous' to blame Heskey for Rio injury

Tottenham's Michael Dawson, turfed out of the England squad five days ago, arrived to rejoin it as Rio Ferdinand's replacement yesterday, only to discover that two other centre-halves were unable to take part in his first training session.

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