Former Liverpool captain’s surprising Capital One Cup Final prediction

Graeme Souness hopes his heart rules his head as Liverpool face Manchester City at Wembley

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Roy Hodgson’s proudest moment of 2015: Leading England against France at Wembley
With a record of played ten, won seven, drawn two and lost just one, Roy Hodgson can look back at 2015 with satisfaction. The England manager guided his team to Euro 2016 with a perfect record and has seen a solid pool of 33 players perform with consistency. But... Read more
Rio Ferdinand’s words of wisdom for England young lions
It’s not easy to keep a group of 15 and 16-year-old lads quiet, but that’s exactly what Rio Ferdinand did. The former England captain gave the latest crop of international hopefuls some words of wisdom before they headed out to take on USA, Brazil and Holland at the Nike Tournament... Read more
He’s hung that one up – Venezuelan levitation celebration!
Who knows what this is all about, but after bagging a fairly decent goal for Venezuelan Primera Division team Zamora, Cesar Martinez’s next bit of magic was during his celebration. And it’s because of that, not his 70th-minute volley, that you have to watch this video clip. Check it... Read more
First England call-ups for Danny Ings and Dele Alli
Roy Hodgson has given first England senior call-ups to Dele Alli and Danny Ings for the final two Euro 2016 qualifiers. Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Alli, who made his Under-21s debut last month, has figured eight times for Mauricio Pochettino’s side this campaign, netting once in their draw at Leicester.... Read more
Frankie Bunn’s six goals for Oldham – not even Lewandowski can beat that!
Robert Lewandowski may have bagged five record-breaking, quick-fire goals for Bayern Munich against Wolfsburg on Tuesday night, but football fans of a certain age will still remember an even better haul 25 years ago. It was a League Cup tie, Littlewoods sponsored it in those days, and Oldham Athletic... Read more
‘A magical night’ for Wayne Rooney after skipper scores his record 50th goal for England
Wayne Rooney admitted to being nervous as he took his “magical” record-breaking penalty at Wembley Stadium. The England skipper’s 84th-minute spot-kick secured victory over Switzerland and top spot in Group E, but more notably took him to 50 goals for his country, finally surpassing Sir Bobby Charlton’s long-standing record.... Read more
The England 100-club will soon have a new member. Wayne Rooney was just 17 years old when he made his senior debut as a substitute at Upton Park and became the Three Lions’ youngest ever player, breaking a 124-year record. Eleven-and-a-half years on, the 29-year-old is set reach his... Read more
St. George’s Park impresses David Beckham
David Beckham admitted he was amazed by the facilities at St. George’s Park and said it’s a “dream” place for England’s players to train.  On his first visit to the national football centre in Staffordshire, the former Three Lions captain was impressed with the facilities, which include 12 external... Read more
Steven Gerrard retires from international football
Steven Gerrard admitted his decision to retire from international duty was “one of the toughest” of his career but the skipper loked back fondly at his 14-year England career. And while he says he would love to be able to continue playing for his country, with Champions League football... Read more