In the second part of our recollections of watching England on TV, we focus on how viewers could be left frustrated by what they were seeing – and we’re not … Continue Reading England on TV – When Things Went Wrong
In the first of a series of nostalgic recollections of the experiences of millions watching England on television, we focus on when live coverage was a luxury rather than taken … Continue Reading England on TV – Life Before the Red Button
Although no longer usually a month when England are in action, April was traditionally quite a busy time internationally with the Three Lions frequently playing at least one match then. … Continue Reading Six of the Best – England in April
In the latest look back at past England qualifying campaigns for major tournaments, we recall their road to the 1988 European Championship in West Germany. Bobby Robson’s side looked awesome … Continue Reading England’s Qualifying Campaigns – Euro ’88: Peaking Too Soon
We all remember so much about extra-time in the 1966 World Cup final. But no Englishman at the time hoped it would happen. With the seconds ticking away and England … Continue Reading What if… West Germany hadn’t equalised in 1966?
This month marked Graham Taylor’s 70th birthday and also the anniversary of his first England match in September 1990. In the third in our series recalling past England qualifying campaigns … Continue Reading England Qualifying Campaigns: Euro 92 – Before Taylor was a ‘Turnip’
As England get ready to play their last World Cup match against Costa Rica already having suffered the humiliation of elimination after just two games, it is appropriate to look … Continue Reading Recalling England’s ultimate flop tournament (until now)…