All information is
complete to and including England's last match, the tenth of the 2011-12 season,
against Sweden on 15 June 2012.
Friday, 2 December 2011
- At Ukraine Palace of
Arts in Kiev, England are the last team out of the hat in the
Euro 2012 Finals draw and will play Ukraine, Sweden and France in
2012 - Roy Hodgson has been
appointed England manager on a four-year contract. The West Bromwich
Albion boss succeeds Fabio Capello after talks with the Football
Association on Monday and Tuesday.
2012 - Darren Bent could
recover from an ankle injury in time for Euro 2012, says his Aston
Villa manager Alex McLeish. But the 28-year-old, who had surgery on 5
March after rupturing his ankle ligaments, is unlikely to play in
Villa's last two Premier League games. "I don't believe there is a
chance of him playing for Villa again this season." The former
Sunderland player, who suffered the injury at Wigan Athletic in
February, is hoping to play in his first major tournament with England
after failing to make the squad for the World Cups in 2006 and 2010.
2012 - Roy Hodgson will name his Euro 2012 squad on 16
May. He then has until 29 May to make alterations to the party for the
tournament in Poland and Ukraine, by which point final lists must have
been submitted to Uefa. England's players are scheduled to report for
a four-day training camp in Spain on 21 May.
2012 - Chris Smalling will miss Euro 2012 with a groin
injury. Smalling suffered the injury during last Sunday's 2-0 victory
over Swansea City. Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson
confirmed "Chris has suffered a bad injury. It is a groin muscle
injury and he'll miss the European Championship."
Danny Welbeck will miss the final game of the season at Sunderland
with an ankle injury but "should be fit for the Euros."
2012 - Harry Redknapp says midfielder Scott Parker's
Achilles injury could rule him out of the England squad for this
summer's European Championship. Parker missed the 2-0 win over Fulham
- a victory which secured Spurs a fourth-placed finish in the Premier
he had to have an operation it would be long term, so we will have to
wait and see how he is. If it
doesn't clear up he wouldn't be fit. He is going to have an
injection on it on Monday and they hope with six or seven days rest it
will be OK."
able to play down fears that Kyle Walker could also be struggling for
the European Championship. The right-back was already playing with a
broken toe and suffered an ankle injury in Sunday's victory but
Redknapp added: "Kyle will be OK for the Euros."
2012 - Andy Carroll has been included in England's
23-man squad for Euro 2012, but there is no place for Manchester
United's Rio Ferdinand. The 33-year-old is a surprise omission but
Chelsea captain John Terry has been named by boss Roy Hodgson. There
are call-ups for uncapped Arsenal midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
and Norwich goalkeeper John Ruddy. Liverpool winger Stuart Downing and
Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck have also been picked. In
addition to Carroll, Welbeck and Rooney, Hodgson will take Jermain
Defoe as a striking option. Tottenham forward Defoe has not played a
competitive match for England since September 2010. Steven
Gerrard is the Captain.
2012 - Roy Hodgson has admitted that Tottenham's Scott
Parker is a doubt for Euro 2012. The 31-year-old, who has an Achilles
tendon injury. Hodgson said: "Scott's had an injection which will
probably take a week for us to see if it's been successful or not. He
could still miss out, although from what I'm hearing, it won't be a
problem. He's very confident. We've got until the 29 May to finalise
the squad and I may still have a call to make on that one if it's
looking dubious, if there is a doubt. I'll have that call to make. Do
I take the risk and go with a doubt and hope for the best or do I say
'I'm sorry, I've selected you in my 23 players, but now I have to
remove you'? But I'm very confident that won't happen. I'm very
optimistic. The doctor spoke to Scott Parker and Spurs on Wednesday,
so I'm confident - but I can't give a guarantee." Liverpool midfielder
Jordan Henderson has been placed on stand-by and would be called into
the squad if Parker was ruled out.
United's Michael Carrick, who has not played for England since May
2010, was not considered because he told the Football Association he
did not want to be a bit-part player. However, he is willing to help
the national side should the need arise.
2012 - Wayne Rooney played through
the pain barrier at the end of the season and is now being given a
week's rest before he joins up with the squad for Euro 2012.
Roy Hodgson revealed that
Wayne Rooney has been carrying a minor toe injury over the past couple
of weeks and will not feature in the upcoming friendly against Norway.
Rooney and the
selected English members of Chelsea's Champions League-winning team
will miss the pre-Euro 2012 trip to Oslo on May 26, but will join up
with the rest of the squad on May 29. Hodgson told
The Sunday Telegraph: "He has a minor
injury. I won't go into it because Alex Ferguson kept it quiet and so
will I, but it is a minor injury which will benefit from a few days'
rest. He won't be involved in the Norway game and whether he is
involved for Belgium I don't know. He will certainly be with us by
then but whether I select him or not I don't know at this stage.
He's not coming to Oslo
so he will join up with us the same time as the Champions
League players, on Tuesday May 29."
Tuesday, 22 May 2012 - Liverpool's
Martin Kelly will join the England squad today as additional cover for
the friendly in Norway. Kelly, who has been capped for his country at
Under-21 level, will return to his club after the game in Oslo.
England are short of right-back options due to injuries to Kyle Walker
and Chris Smalling. The players underwent their first training
sessions with Hodgson today and tomorrowy before flying out to Oslo on
Friday. The Chelsea contingent of John Terry, Ashley Cole and Frank
Lampard - plus stand-by player Daniel Sturridge - have
been given extra time off after the club's Champions League heroics.
They will not report for duty until next Tuesday when England link-up
at their accustomed Hertfordshire base ahead of the clash with Belgium
at Wembley on June 2.
The main injury concern of the players
reporting on Wednesday continues to be Tottenham's Scott Parker. He
was troubled by an Achilles injury during the latter part of the
domestic campaign and he will be assessed by the England medical team.
Wednesday, 23 May 2012 - Scott
Parker was fit to take part in training today. Hodgson must decide
whether he thinks Parker is fit enough to travel to Poland and Ukraine
by Tuesday. Danny Welbeck and Glen Johnson sat out training in
Manchester City's Etihad Stadium as a precaution. In a
small-sided match, Hodgson played Phil Jagielka alongside former
Everton team-mate Joleon Lescott, with Phil Jones in a full-back role.
Thursday, 24 May 2012 - It has been
announced that goal-line technology will be tested at Wembley when
England host Belgium in a friendly on 2 June. Hawk-Eye, a camera-based
system, will be used by independent testers during England's final
game before Euro 2012. But the match officials will have no access to
data and the trial will have no impact on any contentious goal-line
Friday, 25 May 2012 - John Ruddy
will miss Euro 2012 after breaking his finger in training yesterday
and has been replaced by the uncapped Jack Butland. "Ruddy was
assessed by the England medical staff and will not be able to be part
of the tournament. He will travel with the squad to Norway on Friday
and watch the game on Saturday evening, but return to his club after
arriving back in England."
Saturday, 26 May 2012 - Roy Hodgson
gets off to a winning side after overcoming Norway in Oslo with a
single Ashley Young goal. However, Gareth Barry is expected to undergo
a scan on a groin injury tomorrow as he emerges as a serious injury
concern. Hodgson may decide to promote Phil Jagielka, who played 90
minutes against Norway, from his back-up list. Hodgson was satisfied
with Scott Parker, who played for almost an hour as he recovers from
an Achilles injury, while Manchester United pair Phil Jones and
goalscorer Ashley Young were substituted as a precaution after feeling
Monday, 28 May
2012 - Gareth Barry has
been ruled out of Euro 2012 because of a groin injury. Barry had a
scan earlier today, which confirmed he had a tear to the muscle in his
lower abdomen. "I'm very disappointed to lose Gareth," said manager
Roy Hodgson. "I'm sure he will still have a part to play with England
after the Euros." Hodgson has called up Everton defender Phil Jagielka
to replace Barry.
Tuesday, 29 May
2012 - Injury doubts Danny Welbeck and Glen
Johnson have been included in Roy Hodgson's 23-man England finalised
squad. The pair missed England's 1-0 win over Norway on Saturday due
to fitness concerns but have been passed fit.
May 2012 - Frank Lampard
will undergo a thigh scan tomorrow after pulling up in training. The
33-year-old Chelsea midfielder will be assessed by England's medical
team. Liverpool's Jordan Henderson, 21, has been put on standby as
cover while Lampard is monitored.
Thursday, 31 May
2012 - Frank Lampard's scan revealed the
extent of his groin injury, and it is enough to rule him out of the
upcoming tournament. His place has been taken by Liverpool's
Jordan Henderson, subject to UEFA's medical team accepting the FA's
ruling on Lampard.
Saturday, 2 June
2012 - England concluded
their preparations for Euro 2012 with a win over Belgium that gave Roy
Hodgson his second successive victory. Danny Welbeck stated his case
for inclusion in England's opening game against France with a cleverly
taken first-half goal after fine work from Ashley Young. Gary Cahill
substituted early on after a nasty, needless push by Dries Mertens
that caused him to collide with goalkeeper Joe Hart, an incident that
left the Chelsea defender requiring a precautionary X-ray at Wembley.
And Chelsea team-mate John Terry was also left needing a scan after
going off with a hamstring injury.
Sunday, 3 June
2012 - Gary Cahill has
been ruled out of Euro 2012 with a double fracture of his jaw.
Liverpool's Martin Kelly has been called up as his replacement,
subject to Uefa's approval. Fellow defender John Terry's hamstring
injury has been given the all-clear after a scan.
Thursday, 7 June
2012 - The day after the England squad
arrive at their camp in Krakow, Poland, striker Jermain Defoe returns
home following the death of his father. Although he is not expected to
start against France, he is expected to return to the squad.
Friday, 8 June
2012 - Ashley Cole took part in the
training session at Krakow's Hutnik Stadium. Cole missed a civic
reception in Krakow on last night, amid suggestions he had been
suffering from a stomach bug. The FA had confirmed that he was 'only
resting'. Jermain Defoe was the only player not on show, although he
is likely to be named among the substitutes for the opening game on
Monday, 11 June
2012 - France 1 England 1, with a Jolean
Lescott opener, Samir Nasri equalised. Martin Kelly did not make
the bench because he was suffering with a virus.
June 2012 - Roy Hodgson
admits he may have to rotate his side for the match with Sweden.
Hodgson has concerns over the fitness of Scott Parker and Steven
Gerrard."I will have to assess the freshness of my team and see
whether they are able to do that again, Scott Parker and Steven
Gerrard are both over 30 and had to work really hard. I'm not the only
coach wondering 'can they do it every four days?'". Meanwhile, all 22
trained today with the exception of Martin Kelly, who is still
suffering with a virus.
Friday, 15 June
2012 - England take on Sweden with just
one change, Carroll in place of Oxlade-Chamberlain. England win 3-2.
Sunday, 17 June
2012 - UEFA has opened disciplinary
proceedings against the FA for the inappropriate conduct of their fans
at the Sweden match,
following an attempted pitch invasion. The UEFA Control and
Disciplinary Body will deal with the case on Wednesday.
Walcott is a doubt for Tuesday's final match. Walcott suffered a
recurrence of a hamstring injury in training today and Roy Hodgson has
admitted he is a doubt for the game. "Unfortunately he had a slight
setback in training today," Hodgson said. "He felt the hamstring that
kept him out for so long at the end of last season and that we were
slightly concerned about when he came to us," said Hodgson. "But we
have been lucky that nothing has occurred with that. In the little
training session we had today we had to take the precaution of taking
him from the field because he felt a slight tightness there." Walcott
will now be assessed by England's medical staff before Hodgson makes a
final decision, but admitted it could be a risk to start him.