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Former England midfielder Joe Cole retires at 37

Cole, who came through West Ham's youth system before spells at Liverpool, Lille, Aston Villa and Coventry City, has played for United Soccer League side Tampa Bay Rowdies since 2016.

Joe Cole: I should have come to the United States instead of Liverpool

Joe Cole thinks he made a mistake not coming to the United States sooner, believing he should have made the move after he joined Liverpool from Chelsea.

I’m interested in USA job – Sam Allardyce

Sam Allardyce says he is interested in becoming the next manager of the United States national team.

Ex-England boss Sam Allardyce interested in USA job

Former England manager Sam Allardyce is interested in replacing Bruce Arena as the head coach of the USA, according to Sky Sports.

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