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Ryan Bertand hopes to secure England's 'up for grabs' left-back role

England manager Roy Hodgson says he plans to start experimenting with his starting lineup for the upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers, rather than waiting until the pre-tournament friendlies next year.

Southampton defender Ryan Bertrand has set his sights on permanently securing England's left-back spot.

England boss Roy Hodgson named Bertrand to his squad for this month's Euro 2016 qualifiers against Estonia and Lithuania, just a few short months after the 26-year-old had surgery on both knees this summer.

"It's good to be back [in the England squad] but I can't go rushing up and down like a madman just yet," Bertrand told the Guardian. "But as each game goes by I get fitter and fitter and hopefully...

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Southampton can't keep Sadio Mane forever - Ronald Koeman

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman praises his team's performance after an incredible win against Chelsea beating them 3-1 at Stamford Bridge.

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman says the club will be unable to keep hold of Sadio Mane if he continues to produce performances like he did in the 3-1 win against Chelsea on Saturday.

Mane, 23, found the back of the net at Stamford Bridge as he helped the Saints to a memorable victory over the Premier League champions.

The Senegal international, who was linked with a summer move to Manchester United, has now hit four goals in three games and Koeman is resigned to eventually losing the forward...

 By Alex Crook

Ronald Koeman outfoxes Jose Mourinho to underline his credentials

Ronald Koeman hailed his Southampton players for their performance in the 3-1 win over Chelsea.

Southampton fans should be praying their side's stunning 3-1 win at Chelsea on Saturday will not pave the way for Jose Mourinho's departure from Stamford Bridge -- because his successor could have been standing in the opposition technical area.

During his 16-month tenure at Southampton, Ronald Koeman has more than proved he has the skillset to take charge of one of Europe's elite clubs. Surely he will not be overlooked forever.

With Mourinho and Liverpool's Brendan Rodgers coming under scrutiny,...

 By PA Sport

Southampton's Mane 'impossible' for Chelsea to defend - Ronald Koeman

While Chelsea took an early lead through a superbly taken free-kick by Willian, it was Sadio Mane who notched the winner for Southampton in their 3-1 win over an under pressure Jose Mourinho.
While Chelsea took an early lead through a superbly taken free-kick by Willian, but it was Sadio Mane and Graziano Pelle who notched second half goals for Southampton in their 3-1 win over an under pressure Jose Mourinho.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop tries to make sense of Chelsea's latest defeat - a 3-1 home loss to Southampton which confirmed their worst start to a season since 1978.
Jose Mourinho spoke to the media following his side's 3-1 loss to Southampton, and addressed any rumours concerning his resignation.

Ronald Koeman said it was "impossible" for Chelsea to defend Sadio Mane, as his Southampton side saw off Jose Mourinho's team 3-1 at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

Mane scored the second goal of the game, taking a pass from Graziano Pelle and turning inside of Chelsea's John Terry in the penalty area to finish past Asmir Begovic.

Captain Terry was restored to Chelsea's lineup, but Saints exposed the now familiar failings in the defence which just five months ago formed the foundation for winning the...