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England Links: Steven Gerrard is a contradiction, Wilfried Zaha was expensive and Kieran Gibbs is injured

Finally we can get back down to business. Christmas is disappearing out of view in the mirror and that dastardly transfer window is now closed until the summer. Oh February, how welcome are thee! The football is back in the spotlight and England stops for no man – not even Mario Balotelli. Here’s this week’s roundup of non-transferry England links.

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England Links: new Arsenal contract for Theo Walcott, a look back at David Beckham in 2003 and a view on Michael Carrick

No rest for the wicked, and no rest for a toothless governing body at the mercy of its biggest clubs. The Football Association has been celebrating its 150th Anniversary this week, but there’s been plenty of other news too. Here’s the weekly round-up.

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England Links: Frank Lampard is leaving Chelsea, Theo Walcott is rubbish, and Rio Ferdinand faces an angry mob

Happy new year! Now that’s out of the way, let’s face it: this time of year is more about football than anything else, and now Auld Lang Syne has been packed away for another twelve months the transfer window is open. I’m only bothered because my club team is rubbish and needs players, but there’s been a fair amount of England-based movement too.

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England Links: new contracts for Jack Wilshere and Raheem Sterling, but is Daniel Sturridge off to Liverpool?

I’ll begin with an apology. I haven’t bothered to share any links for a few weeks, and for that I know I should be ashamed. But I’m not, because there are valid reasons. Firstly, I’ve been busy preparing to launch our Wales site. (Oops, let that one slip by accident, there.) Secondly, there really hasn’t been that much England-related news of interest of late. Nevertheless, here is a short roundup for this week.

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England Links: Sepp Blatter visits St George’s Park, Liverpool’s Raheem Sterling questioned, Tom Ince proud of England unity

The Zlatan Ibrahimovic hangover is beginning to fade and life for England is moving on from a Stockholm trick that really couldn’t have gone much worse. Here’s this week’s round-up of England news.

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