Parisians enjoy bronze sculpture depicting Zidane's moment of madness in 2006 World Cup final
While Team GB was racking up six golds, our footballers were flunking penalties once again
England assumed that after two-match ban he would help win the tournament. It never happened
Two more footballers enter England's hall of infamy: how missing from the spot became a national sport
But are fans right to brand Blatter hypocritical? He apologised in 2010 and GLT is almost here
The next European Championships will expand from 16 to 24 teams. It will make for a more boring tournament
Temperatures may be sky-high and expectations sub-zero, but is the nation finds hope in determination
Sky pundit's charity tune 'Sing 4 England' gets official stamp - but is the video good enough?
Fabio Capello lets rip during England's match with Slovenia at Wembley on September 5. His disciplinarian approach has changed the culture in the England camp - and taken the team to the brink of qualification for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
Fifa stinks, but England has nothing to be proud of either, having kept quiet about alleged bribes until now
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