Lineker would like to see Michael Carrick in the side

Gary Lineker moves to defuse row with Roy Hodgson after labelling England performance 'awful'

The former captain was critical of the poor passing on show in the World Cup qualifier

JACK WILSHERE: Gave the ball away far too often and lost his radar in the final third. Did not shy away but never got going. 5/10

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere not at 'full fitness' admits Roy Hodgson

Below par performance against Ukraine blamed on lack of fitness

JACK WILSHERE: Gave the ball away far too often and lost his radar in the final third. Did not shy away but never got going. 5/10

Ukraine 0 England 0: Jack Wilshere says England expect to qualify for World Cup despite draw

Qualification remains in the Three Lions' hands

RICKIE LAMBERT: Failed to hold the ball up with sufficient regularity and looked overawed by the big occasion. 5/10

Rickie Lambert concedes he faces battle to retain England place despite fine start to international career

Despite fine start to international career, returning strikers will make keeping place difficult

Czech Republic coach resigns following defeat to Italy

Michal Bilek quits with qualification for World Cup unlikely

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Ukraine 0 England 0: Roy Hodgson happy with result despite Gary Lineker labelling draw as 'awful'

Manager happy to 'stick to my ignore-ance' as former Three Lions captain bemoans failure to select Michael Carrick

Hold-up man: Michael Carrick’s ball-retention skills may earn him the nod

Michael Carrick can be midfield key to England mastery

Roy Hodgson faces tricky choices for Tuesday's vital game against Ukraine

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England v Moldova World Cup qualifier preview: Hosts behind only Germany and Spain in pass completion

England went into their World Cup qualifier against Moldova tonight with the third best passing record in the Uefa part of qualifying, behind only Germany and Spain.

Rickie Lambert (middle) celebrates scoring England’s winner

World Cup qualifiers Group H: England v Moldova match preview

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Missing Vatican ambassador recalled following child abuse accusations in Dominican Republic

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Greg Dyke has set out to temper optimism

Comment: England expects? No it doesn't. The FA chairman, Greg Dyke, delivers a refreshing dose of realism

Thank God for Greg Dyke advising us to put away all thoughts of lifting the World Cup before 2022

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The Manchester United striker has a deep gash on his forehead

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