By Jamie Bradbury in Jerusalem Roy Hodgson and David Bernstein were given a poignant insight into the Holocaust during an emotional visit to Yad Vashem, the World Centre of Holocaust Research in Jerusalem. Last summer, while in Poland for Euro 2012, Hodgson and Bernstein took some members of the... Read more
Level Two – Course Blog
FA Editor Jamie Bradbury has embarked on the Level Two Certificate in Coaching Football with FA Learning and Suffolk FA, and throughout his time on the course will be sharing his experiences and hopefully encourage others to take their next steps into coaching… Click on the links below to... Read more
FA Editor Jamie Bradbury blogs after England’s elimination from the UEFA Under-21s Championship… Throughout the UEFA Under-21 Championship, I’ve been writing my tournament blog on matchdays as we were getting ready for our games inside the England camp. Today is another matchday, the semi-finals, but sadly England are no... Read more
FA Editor Jamie Bradbury blogs from the England camp in Denmark. Today the Three Lions head to Viborg after the team’s quiz night at Kellers Park… After the draw with Ukraine on Wednesday night, the talk in the press was about the next two challenges for the England Under-21s; the final must-win group game... Read more
FA Editor Jamie Bradbury blogs from the England camp in Denmark. Today the Three Lions take on Ukraine and the unity is strong within the camp… Nathan Delfouneso has just clocked in for another shift in the team office at Kellers Park. As promised, straight from the team’s set-play practice session at Fredericia this morning, he... Read more
FA Editor Jamie Bradbury blogs from the England camp in Denmark. The team have arrived at their hotel and enjoy their first training session… It was an early start on Wednesday morning for all travelling to Denmark with the England team and for many, including myself, this is a third Under-21s Championship... Read more
FA Editor Jamie Bradbury blogs from the England camp in Denmark. Today is matchday and it’s been a long journey from Macedonia to Denmark… The first few days in Denmark have been good. We have a nice environment to work and relax in and the players themselves seem to be very happy... Read more
Stuart Pearce’s 40-man provisional squad Read more