Gary Cahill says "everything is a possibility" now he is back in the Chelsea side before the World Cup.
"It made me really down, so I came to the point after South Africa where I thought, 'I can't do that again'."
Kyle Walker is flying the flag for England at the World Cup, which they will need "a miracle" to win.
Loftus-Cheek says "the experience of being a Premier League player playing every week" is "massive".
James Milner will not come out of international retirement to play for England at the World Cup.
"England have youngsters with great talent and knowledge." However, there's a 'but'...
"I have missed the last three squads because I am not playing." That's probably that, Jermain...
That's the belief of Steve Bould, who admits Wilshere 'will always have a little niggle here and there'.
Do we view the 90s legends through rose-tinted glasses? Also in the Mailbox: Big Mick, and Walker isn't Cafu...
Forget Kane and Henderson, Kyle Walker is the man. Also: forget Lallana, and the France ladder...
"If you're going to be back fit for one part of the season it's the back end, the business part."
Southgate knows who he would pick if the World Cup starts tomorrow and it seems JP has got the nod.
"brilliant guy... a great pro... quite intelligent... humble." Paul Lambert gives Butland a glowing reference.
P Nev offers some advice to Southgate and reveals why he's "never been back to Debenhams"...
At that point, the England boss also plans to reveal who'll be his No.1 and who will captain the Three Lions.
Remember when Southgate's England were playing 'slow, turgid, soulless football'? It was five months ago...
In goalkeeping terms, it's been a miserable decade and a half post-Spunky. Viva Scott Loach.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek feared his World Cup hopes were over after ankle injury.
England striker Jamie Vardy says "no-one knows what is going on" with VAR after Italy's late penalty.
Gareth Southgate claims Italy should not have had a penalty against England in Tuesday's friendly.
More steps forward, but with the same occasional defensive cock-up. It was ever thus. Mildly pleased.
England drew 1-1 with Italy in their final match before Southgate names his provisional World Cup squad.
Burnley defender James Tarkowski was handed his international debut as England took on Italy at Wembley.
Tunisia face England in the World Cup and their coach has pinpointed a quartet of game-changers.
Plus, whose example do you think John Stones should follow? Yes, Chris Smalling...
The message from English police chiefs is that those in Amsterdam may have cocked it for everyone...
"I did not think I was going to play until the end of the season," reveals the Man City attacker.
Lewis Cook and Alfie Mawson are set to make their debuts as Gareth Southgate retains Man City trio.
After being the scapegoat for Euro 2016, Raheem Sterling would like 'positive notes'.
Gareth Southgate knows England did not cope well against Brazil. They go again tonight.
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