EURO 2012/TEAM ENGLAND: Hopefully this will be the last night of these for a while...I'm ready to get on with Champions League!
- Fox Soccer: Capello to quit England after 2012
- The Daily Mail: Steven Gerrard could keep England armband after perfect displays wow Fabio Capello
- The Sun: Ferdinand: I'm still England cap'n, Capello
- Sky Sports: Owen eyes England recall
- The Sun: Michael Owen last played for England in 2008 but is determined to play again
- The Daily Mail: Manchester United's Michael Owen wants England return
- The FA: U-21: England not seeded in Euro draw
- The Sun: U-21: Danny Welbeck reckons England's kids can win the Euros at a third attempt
- The Daily Mail: EPL team by team breakdown of players in the England squad
- The Daily Mail: Manchester City had six players in England team - which other teams have dominated national team in the past? That's an impressive list that doesn't include Rio Ferdinand who was still at Leeds.
MANCHESTER UNITED 2001
In Sven Goran Eriksson’s second competitive game in charge, he fielded five of Sir Alex Ferguson's title-winning side and brought two more on as substitutes. It paid off as Andy Cole and Paul Scholes combined for England’s second goal and Cole tucked away the third.
Albania 1-3 England, World Cup 2002 qualifier, March 2001
David Seaman (Arsenal), Gary Neville (Manchester United), Rio Ferdinand (Leeds), Sol Campbell (Spurs), Ashley Cole (Arsenal), David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes (all Manchester United), Steve McManaman (Real Madrid), Andy Cole (Manchester United), Michael Owen (Liverpool).
Subs: Emile Heskey (Liverpool), Wes Brown, Teddy Sheringham (both Manchester United).
RYAN GIGGS/TEAM WALES:
- WalesOnline: Keep playing Ryan, says Danny Drinkwater
- The Guardian: Darron Gibson: Trapattoni is wrong to say United are holding me back
- Sky Sports: Trap denies Gibson claims
- The Sun: Alex Ferguson thinks he has his best forward line since Manchester United's 1999 Treble-winning side
- Manchester Evening News: Brothers are Evans sent
- Sky Sports: Tim Howard hails Edwin van der Sar
- Sky Sports: Diouf focused on Rovers
- Manutd.com: The class of 1910/11 A good read of United's battle to win the league.
FROM THE BLOGOSPHERE:
- Royal Blue Mersey (Everton):Everton v Man United match preview
- 7500 to Holte (Aston Villa): It's Official: Gerard Houllier Announced As Manager of Aston Villa
- The United Religion: Separate truth from fiction
MORE ACCOLADES FOR SWISS GAME:
- Fox Soccer: Capello impressed by Rooneys focus
- Manchester Evening News: Rooney makes perfect response
- The Daily Mail: Wayne Rooney hailed for forgetting strife to steer England to victory
EXPECT A ROUGH TIME, ROO:
- The Sun: Jagielka: I'll join in stick for Roo
- The Telegraph: No cheer for Wayne Rooney as old foes lie in wait for Manchester United striker
- The Guardian: Wayne Rooney can expect a rough ride from Everton fans, says Jagielka
- The Daily Mail: Rooney will have a tough time at Everton, vows Phil Jagielka
ASSORTED ROONEY LINKS:
- Goal.com: Real Madrid to offer Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney escape route from English press
- The Mirror: Wayne Rooney to face wrath of Sir Alex Ferguson over prostitute scandal
- The Telegraph: Parents of prostitute linked to Wayne Rooney apologise to Coleen.