England Manager Steve McClaren Under Fire

October 14, 2006

nfl-football-england.jpgIt may never be known what England manager Steve McClaren was hoping to learn from an American football team, as the FA has cancelled his trip to the U.S.

The FA brain-trust seemingly think combing the Premier League, and possibly the Championship (England’s second division), might be more rewarding.

Adding to McClaren’s woes are the growing numbers calling for the return of un-fancied David Beckham.

The former England captain might do well to distance himself from the sinking ship and wait for the next regime.

England’s next matches are a friendly at the Netherlands on November 15 and at home to Spain on February 7th.

In the unlikely event McClaren clears those two hurdles, he faces a March 24th Euro 08 Qualifying showdown at Israel, who has not lost a competitive match at home in seven years.

Macca under pressure after only five games – FoxSoccer.com AP Report (new window)

England Frustration Growing – 13.10.06
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Euro 2008 Results, 11.10.06


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