The FA expects Hodgson to split his time between St George's and Wembley once he takes up the post

Hodgson on double time with England and West Bromwich

Roy Hodgson yesterday made his first visit to St George's Park, the future home of England, as he continues to juggle the last few days of his tenure at West Bromwich with his looming duties as the national manager.

The FA expects Hodgson to split his time between St George's and Wembley once he takes up the post

Roy Hodgson takes tour of new England home at St George's

New England manager is taken on whirlwind trip round Burton – then it's back to Premier League

Four charged with touting at Wembley

Four men have been charged with ticket touting as part of a clampdown ahead of the Olympic Games.

Chilly outlook for Bank Holiday weekend

Barbecues and beach trips will be off the agenda this Bank Holiday as sub-zero temperatures and even some snow are set to keep people at home.

Roy Hodgson is driven away from Wembley with England’s Euro 2012 itinerary on the seat next to him after his talks with the FA yesterday

Roy Hodgson to be handed England job after final talks at Wembley today

FA and West Bromwich manager just need to sort out contract details before announcement

Liverpool avoid Hillsborough anniversary as FA Cup semi-final dates announced

It has been announced that Liverpool's FA Cup semi-final against either Everton or Sunderland will take place on Saturday 14 April.

Police vow to fight proposed reforms

Police representatives said yesterday they would put fierce pressure on the Home Secretary to reject key parts of a radical reform programme amid growing anger against proposals to introduce compulsory redundancy in the police force.

Yamile Aldama celebrates with the Union Jack after her gold medal

Aldama, our woman from Havana, raises gold hopes

Arriving in London via Sudan, Britain's new 39-year-old triple jump champion had to leap numerous obstacles, writes Simon Turnbull

Some of the comments on Stuart Lancaster’s progress to date have have been myopic

Stuart Lancaster could be permanent England manager before end of Six Nations

The Rugby Football Union will decide on whether Stuart Lancaster is the right man to lead England on a full-time basis before the end of his RBS 6 Nations audition.

Mark Rylance to perform impromptu Shakespeare on Tube for Cultural Olympiad

A floating opera written by Monty Python star Terry Jones and impromptu Shakespeare recitals on the Tube by award-winning actor Mark Rylance are among the cultural events that will run alongside the Olympics in London this summer.

With his court case finally behind him, Peter Storrie can at last look for a new job

Peter Storrie: Forgotten man has his day in the sun

The other member of the Pompey Three has finally been declared innocent despite being acquitted last year – and the strain was hard to bear

Wilshere 'gutted' by Capello resignation

Jack Wilshere admitted his shock at Fabio Capello's resignation as England manager tonight.

Fabio Capello leaving the Football Association headquarters earlier today

Capello quits as England manager

Fabio Capello has quit as England manager, the Football Association announced tonight.

JOHN TERRY: The defender’s place in the England squad is not believed to be under any threat

Capello to explain Terry comments to FA this week

Fabio Capello will have talks with Football Association chairman David Bernstein later this week over his public criticism of the governing body with the two sides still not yet reconciled on the issue of John Terry's sacking as captain.

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