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England World Cup

Chilling Video Reveals Domestic Violence Rises 38% When England Gets Knocked Out Of World Cup

The Huffington Post | Sarah Barness | Posted 06.27.2014 | Impact

The FIFA World Cup is the most widely viewed sporting event in the world, exceeding even the Olympic Games. Bringing people together from all walks of...

Blaming England's World Cup Defeat on "Too Many Foreigners" Is Dangerous Nonsense

Stefan Szymanski | Posted 06.23.2014 | World
Stefan Szymanski

This is dangerous nonsense. Nonsense because the performance of the England team has actually improved in the 20 years since the end of restrictions on player mobility, and dangerous because xenophobia is on the rise in Europe as a whole.

It's Official, England Is Eliminated

The Huffington Post | Chris Greenberg | Posted 06.20.2014 | Sports

It's official, England is out. The Three Lions have been eliminated from contention at the 2014 World Cup before even playing their final match of...

WATCH: Suarez Comes To Uruguay's Rescue

The Huffington Post | Chris Greenberg | Posted 06.19.2014 | Sports

Luis Suarez was back on the field with the best players in England and he picked up doing what he did better than anyone in the Premier League this pa...

HIGHLIGHTS: Italy Takes Down England In World Cup's Jungle Rumble

The Huffington Post | Chris Greenberg | Posted 06.14.2014 | Sports

The World Cup's first rumble in the Amazon did not disappoint. Italy edged England 2-1 in a tense Group D clash at Arena Amazonia in Manaus on Sat...

England's World Cup Hopes Take Major Blow

Posted 01.23.2014 | Sports

By Chris Davis, Goal.com Arsenal midfielder Theo Walcott has been ruled out for at least six months with a knee injury, the club has confirmed. ...

England Is In

Posted 10.15.2013 | Sports

By Goal.com England booked its place at next summer's World Cup in Brazil with a 2-0 win over Poland at Wembley Stadium on Tuesday. The Three Li...

England's World Cup Chemistry

Alan Black | Posted 05.25.2011 | Sports
Alan Black

Stars fade, and for England, unless the primordial chemistry of football ignites tomorrow, English soccer faces the black hole.