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What Wembley deal means for England, Spurs, Chelsea

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 By Nick Miller

New England captain Harry Kane can bring renewed meaning to captaincy by scoring goals

Shaka Hislop explains why England made the right choice naming Harry Kane as captain for the 2018 World Cup.

Ever since Cuthbert Ottaway filled the role in the first ever international match, against Scotland in 1872, the identity of the England captain has been a point of national fascination. That's nearly 150 years of fetishising a position that, practically speaking, is fairly meaningless.

This week Harry Kane was named as the latest incumbent of the role that often calls to mind former US vice president John Nance Garner's assertion that his job wasn't worth "a warm bucket of spit." Speaking to...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

David Beckham among stars at Prince Harry, Meghan Markle's royal wedding

ESPN takes a look at what Prince William's journey from the Royal Wedding at Windsor to the FA Cup final at Wembley would've looked like, had he decided to do both.

Five years after he played his final professional match, David Beckham's post-retirement career in being really, really ridiculously good-looking has gone from strength to strength.

The former England captain's latest opportunity to show why he's still a global icon came on Saturday as he and wife Victoria arrived at Windsor Castle for the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Beckham -- whose trophy-laden career took him from Manchester United to Paris Saint-Germain via Real Madrid,...

Jack Wilshere should have been in England squad: Three reasons why

Jack Wilshere has divided opinions throughout his career and he'll continue to do so this summer as the debate rages on over whether he should have been included in England's 2018 World Cup squad.

Unless England go on to win the tournament -- and we all know the chances of that happening are slim -- it's a debate that will probably carry on well into the post-mortem as well.

Wilshere has made his own feelings well known on social media. And whether that's a wise move or not, one can understand his...

England World Cup squad reflects Gareth Southgate's principles

Mark Ogden shares his thoughts on Gareth Southgate's World Cup squad and who he feels the England manager will pick to be captain in Russia.
Despite England's recent struggles, Ian Darke and the ESPN panel are cautiously optimistic about England's World Cup chances.
Take a look at England's squad ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Gareth Southgate had displayed his ruthless streak as England manager long before the confirmation of his 23-man World Cup squad and those left out on Wednesday were the latest examples of his determination not to be swayed by reputation.

Joe Hart, Jack Wilshere and Ryan Bertrand joined Wayne Rooney, Theo Walcott, Daniel Sturridge and Chris Smalling on the list of players to be discarded during his 18-month reign in charge. Billed as a safe pair of hands when appointed as Sam Allardyce's successor...

 By Chris Wright

England players take to social media to react to making World Cup squad

Take a look at England's squad ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Shaka Hislop and the rest of the FC crew talk the reports coming from England that Joe Hart and Jack Wilshere will be left out of Gareth Southgate's preliminary squad.
Gareth Southgate told ESPN that telling players they're not selected for the World Cup is one of the most difficult things he has had to do.

With England's World Cup squad now official, several Three Lions players have reacted to finding themselves included in Gareth Southgate's Russia-bound envoy.

England made the announcement using a rather nifty little video, which saw fans from around the country revealing the selection one by one.

As for the players themselves, Marcus Rashford kicked off the reactions in heartwarming fashion by sending a lovely little message to his mum.

Next up was Ashley Young, who shared a throwback image...

 By Chris Wright

Jack Wilshere 'confirms' England World Cup snub by accepting holiday offer

Even before Gareth Southgate officially announced his England squad for the World Cup on Wednesday afternoon, several high-profile omissions had already been leaked in the press.

Jack Wilshere was among those to have missed the cut, sources told ESPN FC, despite playing his way back into international contention during the latter half of the season.

Alas, the Arsenal midfielder ruled himself out of the reckoning by making alternative plans by accepting an invite to join a group of lads who are gearing...