Hopefully the kingmakers at St James' Park are watching a World Cup that has placed the emphasis on forward players
Three Lions have got out of the group stages in the last 11 World Cups - but Suarez's return could upstage Roy's young stars
Adam Johnson’s claim that Roy Hodgson only looks to eight clubs for players might sound like bitterness but it stands up to scrutiny
Sunderland's Adam Johnson has criticised Roy Hodgson's selection policy and Crystal Palace's negativity
If Adam Johnson is not in the England squad manager Roy Hodgson names today, he will write off his chances of playing at this summer's World Cup
Mark Douglas argues that Sunderland's Jack Colback has much to gain from a rare Roy Hodgson appearance
Gus Poyet has urged Adam Johnson to make the most of a chance to impress Roy Hodgson today – after insisting the winger deserves credit for turning around his Sunderland career
Greg Dyke clearly holds little hope that England can reach the latter stages of the World Cup as Mark Douglas discusses
As Roy Hodgson prepares to hand Fraser Forster his first England cap, Alan Pardew has revealed that he did not want him to leave Newcastle United
Roy Hodgson has months to start working on the problems England will face in the run up to the World Cup but he must begin now
New FA chairman makes some good points but needs to educate himself on Newcastle and Sunderland
IF you had to sum up the prevailing mood around England camp in one word, apathy would just about cover it.
ALAN Pardew says that Steven Taylor is the answer to England’s injury crisis - and has urged Roy Hodgson to pick a centre-back "every bit as good" as the other defensive options in the squad.
AS Roy Hodgson and Sir Alex Ferguson engage in an uneasy Mexican stand-off over the fitness of Rio Ferdinand, it seems like an opportune time for Steven Taylor to return to national prominence.
SUCCESS can be bought in football. Anzhi Makhachkala are the latest club out to prove that theory right.
STEVEN Taylor believes Newcastle United’s dramatic win over Stoke City has set his side up perfectly for Thursday’s European tie with Anzhi Makachkala.
BUYING a decent player at a fair price in January is a tricky business.
ADAM JOHNSON’S first impression of Lee Cattermole was of a tempestuous and immature footballer who didn’t know when to hold his tongue or pull out of a tackle.
ADAM Johnson’s poor Sunderland form has cost him his place in Roy Hodgson’s England squad.
MARTIN O'Neill has told Lee Cattermole he should be aiming for an England call-up by the time his newly-signed contract has expired in 2016.