Former Arsenal hero and England star Ian Wright has delivered a damning verdict on Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart's Euro 2016 displays.
If Tottenham Hotspur were the biggest losers then West Ham United were the biggest winners after England were sent packing from Euro 2016.
Glasgow Rangers midfielder Joey Barton criticises Roy Hodgson and shares his appreciation of Chelsea-bound Italy boss Antonio Conte.
The Southampton star is close to completing a move to Liverpool.
The midfielder is hoping to be a regular in Mark Warburton's side once again.
Jamie Carragher commended Marcus Rashford's performance in England's loss.
The former Newcastle United and Derby County manager had positive words for some of the Spurs contingent and harsh notes for others.
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Germany have dismissed criticism from their former captain Michael Ballack, who said the side lacked leaders, as “comedy”.
“Don’t take me home, please don’t take me home,” sang the Wales supporters on an evening when there was never any danger that Chris Coleman’s players would do anything other than prolong their stay in France. Inspired by Gareth Bale, Wales were irrepressible as they subjected Russia to a humiliating defeat and secured their place in the knockout stage of Euro 2016 as group winners.
Roy Keane had a piece of advice and, this being Roy Keane, it came with more than a hint of menace. Should the Republic of Ireland team know when and how to stop the game, the assistant manager was asked in advance of his country’s final and decisive Euro 2016 Group E tie against Italy on Wednesday.