England boss Roy Hodgson sets sights on 2018 World Cup
Roy Hodgson has no plans to retire and has set his sights on taking England to the 2018 World Cup. Hodgson's contract as England manager expires in July and the Football Association have said they will make their decision on his future following Euro ...
FA wait to decide Hodgson's future
Roy Hodgson: England boss likely to stay in charge until 2018
Euro 2016 draw media reaction: 'Wales should have enough about them to come ...
FA backs England boss Roy Hodgson for 2018 World Cup
Roy Hodgson has been given the backing of the Football Association to take the England team through to the 2018 World Cup. FA chief executive Martin Glenn said Hodgson is "our man for 2018" - provided England show signs of progress at Euro 2016.
Euro 2016 draw LIVE!
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Euro 2016 draw live from Paris
England U19s to face Fiji in World Cup opener
England Under-19s will begin their bid for a second World Cup title against Fiji in Chittagong, in January. The team, currently in Colombo ahead of a Tri-Series against Sri Lanka and India, are joined in Group C by West Indies and Zimbabwe. A total of ...
UCI Track Cycling World Cup: Two medals for Great Britain
Great Britain claimed silver and bronze medals on the final day of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Cambridge, New Zealand. Chris Latham secured silver in the omnium, while the duo of Mark Stewart and Germain Burton took bronze in the madison.
Kiwis upbeat despite World Cup loss
Test Makeover Faces Its Pink Revolution
They like watching World Cup finals (so) if you're always working towards who is the best Test team in the world, that can only help the game." Story first published on: Tuesday, 24 November 2015 10:05 IST. For the latest Cricket news , Score, like us ...
New Zealand, Australia look for day-night Test supremacy
Greg Chappell endorses idea of four-day Tests
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