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Football Association

Football Association
Address:Football Association
25 Soho Square
W1D 4FA
London
Country: England
Telephone: 0044 - 207 745 4545
Fax: 0044 - 207 745 4546
Email: info@the-fa.org
Web: http://www.the-fa.org
Founded: 1863
Sport: Football Association
Manager: Sir Bobby Robson
Competitions:Division 1
Division 2
FA Cup
League Cup
Premier League
The Championship

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 OfficialPlayerSites.com: 20 articles
Robbie Elliott: Another four years to wait - 04/07/2006
Robbie's thought's on England's exit More
Lewis Hunt: Good to get a win - 15/10/2004
Lewis reports on events at Southend and comments on the the issue of the England captaincy. More
Gavin Peacock: Euro 2004 - hope for the future - 09/07/2004
Gavin looks at the impact of Rooney's injury and offers hope for the future... More
Robbie Elliott: Too much hype for Rooney - 23/06/2004
Robbie, encouraged by England's form, worries that the media hype surrounding Wayne Rooney is all too much More
John Beresford: England can go all the way - 09/06/2004
Just before Bez jumps on a plane bound for Singapore, we get his thougths on England's chances. More
 Internet Stories: 8 articles
BECKHAM - Poll: becks has the bottle - 17/06/2004
David Beckham still has the backing of the England supporters to continue as penalty taker despite missing his last two opportunities in a vote by readers of ... www.thisislondon.co.uk
ROONEY - Greatness beckons for rooney - 17/06/2004
Look around the England squad and ask yourself: which players can run at a defence or beat a man with regularity. Beckham? Scholes? Gerrard? Owen? ... www.eurosport.com
OWEN - Sven backs Owen - 17/06/2004
England manager Sven Goran Eriksson has backed Liverpool striker Michael Owen to come good against the Swiss today. www.lfconline.com
JAMES - hoping for england backlash - 15/06/2004
James gave away the penalty which allowed Zinedine Zidane to seal France\'s 2-1 victory in Lisbon on Sunday after England had led 1-0 for half the game. www.sportinglife.com
BECKHAM - will keep taking penalty kicks - 15/06/2004
David Beckham will keep taking penalty kicks for England despite missing one against France in the team\'s opener at the European Championship. www.myrtlebeachonline.com