Gareth Southgate whittled his England selection down to 26 names on Tuesday...
The former England manager also suggested that Manchester City should not have sacked him in 2008...
Some blamed the Swedish manager for Scholes' premature England retirement at the age of 29.
Sven-Goran Eriksson admits that it's his "dream" to manage Liverpool one day in the future.
Sven-Goran Eriksson "regrets" not taking the Manchester United and Chelsea jobs. He came close at Blackburn.
Reina went walkabout to gift Leicester their first goal.
"I am sure he will soon find a new bench, where he can return to express his greatness."
Man United boss Jose Mourinho has been told to "defend your players". Even Lindelof.
"Sweden won't be impressed by Kane - or whoever is in the England team. Not at all." Sven predicts a draw.
Sven-Goran Eriksson believes England will struggle to score against Sweden. He's probably right.
Sven-Goran Eriksson has admitted that he would "love" to manage Premier League side Liverpool.
How do you fit Gerrard, Lampard and Scholes in the same side? It was Eriksson's job once.
Eriksson led England into three major tournaments. Which does he think was a missed opportunity?
"I lived in Guangzhou, Shanghai and Shenzhen and they were fantastic cities." All about the cash, though.
Only one non-retired manager has spent more than £1bn on transfers over their career. Guess who...
Andre Villas-Boas is expected to make his return to management in China. Obviously.
Sven-Goran Eriksson says Shanghai SIPG haven't "spoken" about bringing Wayne Rooney to China.
"We needed Churchill but we got Iain Duncan-Smith," was Southgate's verdict on Sven. Which is he?
And you might just have heard of him before. Should England squads be announced by a Royal Rumble?
Forget Allardyce, what about the fake Sheikh, the Capello Index and insulting disabled people?
Sven Goran Eriksson, champagne, swimming pool, two beautiful women. A man continuously celebrating 'life'...
Sven is trying to sell China to Wayne Rooney and says the striker will still be world class in three years.
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