England striker Wayne Rooney believes the players have to become more cynical to compete at the top level.
England manager Roy Hodgson says his enthusiasm for the job has not been dimmed by a disappointing World Cup campaign.
England striker Wayne Rooney is determined to restore lost pride when they face Costa Rica on Tuesday.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho thinks England’s World Cup elimination was down to bad luck more than anything else.
Wayne Rooney has apologised to supporters for England's early exit from the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Sky Sports pundit Glenn Hoddle insists English football requires a revamp in order for the national team to compete.
Dutch captain Robin van Persie thinks England have been unlucky in losing both matches in the World Cup, and feels Wayne Rooney shouldn’t be to blame.
England goalkeeper Joe Hart insists that the team remain firmly behind manager Roy Hodgson.
The England boss gave us what we want but what we want results in failure, writes Adam Bate.
Matt Le Tissier, Jamie Carragher and Paul Merson give their reaction to England's exit from the World Cup in Brazil.
Jamie Carragher says England must blood the youngsters in their final game, against Costa Rica.
Tony Gale feels England’s senior players need to accept more responsibility and stop being ‘rabbits in the headlights’.
Players' union FIFPro has urged FIFA to review its policy on players suspected of suffering concussion during a match.
Graeme Le Saux felt England were punished for not taking their chances against Uruguay.
Darren Anderton believes Wayne Rooney needs to develop a selfish side if he is to join the game’s great strikers.
Nick Collins says England just do not possess enough quality to break down the top teams in the world.
Ray Wilkins believe England still have an outside chance of qualifying from Group D following their defeat to Uruguay.
Luis Suarez's double against England proves he's the best in the world right now, says Peter Taylor.
Ray Wilkins believes England paid the price for not enough ‘physical contact’ with Luis Suarez in the loss to Uruguay.
Phil Jagielka says England are not expecting to get the results they need to progress to the last 16 of the World Cup.