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Friday, 28 June, 2002, 12:18 GMT 13:18 UK

ENGLAND

Campbell makes All-Star team
England's Sol Campbell is named in Fifa's All-Star team but Rio Ferdinand is left out.

Seaman unsure about future
England goalkeeper David Seaman has yet to make a decision on his international future.

Beckham eyes 2004 glory
David Beckham says England can win Euro 2004 if they maintain their team spirit.

England lack steel, says Beckenbauer
German legend Franz Beckenbauer believes a lack of self-belief cost England a place in the World Cup semi-finals.

Man Utd admit Ferdinand interest
Man Utd have held talks with Leeds about a 30m move for Rio Ferdinand.

Eriksson plots next move
Sven-Goran Eriksson must decide who to bring in and who to discard after England's World Cup exit.

Owen: I wasn't fit for Brazil
Michael Owen admits he was "not in peak condition" for England's quarter-final against Brazil.

'Major reception' for England
England's World Cup squad may be honoured at a big reception, the FA says as it denies fans were snubbed.

Eriksson: I'm not quitting
Sven-Goran Eriksson quashes speculation that he will quit England and says he will carry on until Euro 2004.

England's World Cup farewell
Sven-Goran Eriksson and David Beckham try to stay positive as the England team leave Japan.

Eriksson wants winter break
Sven-Goran Eriksson insists that a mid-season break and a smaller Premiership would help England's cause.

Fifa praises England fans
World Cup organisers thank England fans for their good behaviour during the tournament.

Seaman says sorry
England goalkeeper David Seaman breaks down in tears and apologises to the nation for his mistake against Brazil.

Keown calls time
England defender Martin Keown steps down from international football following Friday's World Cup exit.

Brazil end England's dream
England's World Cup campaign is brought to an abrupt halt as 10-man Brazil win the quarter-final 2-1.

Ronaldinho wins reprieve
Ronaldinho will only serve a one-match ban for his red card against England, making him eligible for the final should Brazil make it.

We'll learn lessons, says Eriksson
England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson believes his team can improve after their disappointing defeat by Brazil.

Tears of despair
BBC Sport Online's Phil McNulty reflects on England's last-eight exit from the World Cup finals.

Scolari: I'm so satisfied
Brazilian coach Luiz Felipe Scolari says he feels 'great satisfaction' after 10-man Brazil hold off the challenge of England.

Football delirium strikes Rio
The BBC's Tom Gibb describes the euphoric scenes in Rio as Brazil beat England to a place in the World Cup semi-finals.

Clockwatch: England 1-2 Brazil
All the action from Brazil's 2-1 quarter-final win over England.

England defeat breaks records
Almost 17m people tuned in to see England's World Cup dreams shattered - the highest audience for a Friday morning in 10 years.

The World Cup stats
Statisical analysis of England's performance in the finals.

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