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  • We must stop Wayne Rooney, says Bob Bradley
  • 12/06/2010 by Telegraph.co.uk
  • Wayne Rooney must be stopped for the United States to have any chance of beating England in their World Cup opener, US coach Bob Bradley said on the eve of Saturday's showdown. Asked after the final USA pre-match training session if England's star striker had to be subdued in order for the Americans to win, Bradley View more »
  • England v USA
  • 11/06/2010 by Telegraph.co.uk
  • Steven Gerrard has spoken of his pride at being England's 10th World Cup captain. Gerrard has followed Billy Wright, Johnny Haynes, Bobby Moore, Mick Mills, Bryan Robson, Peter Shilton, Terry Butcher, Alan Shearer and David Beckham in leading England at the finals. The Liverpool midfielder has willingly stepped in View more »
  • Fabio Capello: I've decided my England XI
  • 11/06/2010 by Telegraph.co.uk
  • Fabio Capello has settled on his first XI for England's World Cup opener with the United States on Saturday. The England manager confirmed that he has chosen his starting goalkeeper, with much speculation over whether David James, Robert Green or Joe Hart will get the nod. After a knee injury ended captain Rio Fe View more »
  • Howard: 'USA are hyped up for biggest game of our lives'
  • 11/06/2010 by Mirrorfootball
  • Tim Howard says the USA are "hyped up" for the biggest game of their lives. The Everton keeper and his side moved to Rustenburg last night and hammered out a warning that the USA are sick of kicking each other in training games, and are prepared for some real action. Howard said: "We are ready to get it on. All the View more »
  • United States-England Preview
  • 11/06/2010 by YAHOO Sport
  • By NICOLINO DIBENEDETTO STATS Writer Sixty years ago, the United States stunned England in the World Cup in one of the most storied upsets in sports history. A win in South Africa might not prove to be as legendary, but could be more significant. The U.S. and England meet Saturday in one of the most highly anticipate View more »
  • USA ready to cast off underdog tag, says Clint Dempsey
  • 10/06/2010 by Guardian.co.uk
  • Clint Dempsey said USA play in a similar style to Fulham and would try and do the same thing against England.  England's first World Cup opponents will take inspiration from Fulham's unexpected European run and a US military hero when they line up on Saturday, according to Clint Dempsey. The Fulham forward View more »
  • Fergie has helped plot England World Cup downfall, reveals USA coach
  • 10/06/2010 by Mirrorfootball
  • USA coach Bob Bradley has admitted Scot Sir Alex Ferguson has helped plot England's downfall at the World Cup. Manchester United boss Ferguson has become the secret inspiration behind the Yanks campaign in South Africa. Bradley has modelled the ethos of his USA training camp and team spirit on the "down to earth, g View more »
  • Altidore fit for England clash
  • 10/06/2010 by PA
  • United States striker Jozy Altidore has won his battle to be fit to face England in Saturday's World Cup Group C encounter in Rustenburg. Altidore missed the weekend success over Australia in Johannesburg while recovering from an ankle problem. But the 20-year-old has resumed full training and head coach Bob Bradl View more »
  • Donovan to draw on loan experience
  • 09/06/2010 by PA
  • United States forward Landon Donovan believes his loan spell with Everton last season can help play a part in plotting England's downfall in Saturday's World Cup clash. Donovan spent two and a half months at Goodison Park and feels the experience helped him to find out the qualities of some of the England players. View more »
  • Terry trusts in King
  • 09/06/2010 by PA
  • John Terry has no doubts his schoolboy friendship with Ledley King will ensure England's defence will be watertight for their World Cup opener against the United States on Saturday. With Rio Ferdinand ruled out of the tournament, Fabio Capello has to choose another central defensive partner for his former captain  View more »
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