Stuart Pearce today announced the England squad to face Holland next week with Frazier Campbell called up for the first time.
Tom Cleverley is also included despite only recently returning to first-team action.
Notable absentees include Frank Lampard, Rio Ferdinand, Joleon Lescott, Aaron Lennon and Jermain Defoe. There is also no place for Arsenal's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain who will join up with the under-21 squad for the qualifier with Belgium.
Jeremy Lin made a tiebreaking 3-pointer in the final seconds of the New York Knicks' match against the Toronto Raptors to clinch victory. The hype around the NBA's first American-Taiwanese star has reached fever pitch. The Knicks are now on a six match winning streak having defeated the Lakers last Friday.
Rangers submitted legal papers to the Edinburgh Crown Court on Monday with the intention of entering administration. The club could face a 10-point deduction as well as an enforced transfer embargo if the move goes ahead. Already four points adrift of Celtic, this does not bode well for Ally McCoist's side who crashed out of the Scottish Cup at home to Dundee United last week, shortly after selling prized asset Nikica Jelavic to Everton. The Glasgow club has been on a downward spiral since Walter Smith left at the end of last season.
A dramatic day for English football began with Harry Redknapp walking clear from court over charges of tax evasion, and ended
with the national team manager Fabio Capello resigning only four months prior to the start of Euro 2012.
Tottenham boss Redknapp is now the overwhelming favourite to succeed Capello and lead England into the European Championships.