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  • Andy Carroll Only Thinking of How He Can Help The Toon

    Andy Carroll is a man who has created quite a furore already this season, with many neutrals backing the youngster to win his first England cap, and more than a few Newcastle fans tipping him to secure the top goal scorer title in the league this season.

    Andy Carroll celebrates his goal for Newcastle United against Aston Villa

    However, although this hyperbole is certain to boost the confidence of a young man who has proved he very much enjoys playing in the big time and with …

  • Cappelo Will Have the New National Team Training Ground

    From the Times report, The English Football Association board has unanimously approved the development of an elite training centre for the national team in Burton-on-Trent.

    The state-of-the-art complex will be a training camp for the England team at all levels and a base for the residential training programme for FA coaches.

    It has (actually) nothing to do with the new appointed England manager Fabio Cappelo so the FA decided to build the new ground.

    Their …

  • News From the Insider, Sam Will Go If England Want Him

    Would you believe this: Sam Allardyce have a supporter inside the England Football Association. Telegraph.co.uk reporting today, John Barnwell, the League Managers Association chief executive, said that Allardyce would not reject an offer to take over from Steve McClaren, who was dismissed following England's elimination from Euro 2008.

    I'm a bit surprise when I found the article from a forum that I regularly visit. I can say this is a good news or bad news …

  • Newcastle United Faith Equal To England?

    If the England Football Association found it hard to get the right one to coaching the England team and consider it as the impossible job, what about managing Newcastle United?

    Sam Allardyce spent more than seven years at Bolton Wanderers before establishing himself as one of the country's most innovative and forward-thinking managers he used to be. But now he is at the club with the most passionate and have so little patience like Newcastle …

  • Shearer First Managerial Job is For England?

    Alan Shearer announced his international retirement following England's exit from Euro 2000 but continued to play for Newcastle United until 2006, when he retired completely from football and worked as a football pundit for the BBC.

    England vs Brazil

    Following the axing of Steve mcClaren by the FA this morning, speculations of who will be the next England manager has resulting his name as the front-runner.…