Results tagged “World Cup”

walcott.jpgArsenal and England player Theo Walcott is winging his way into Canary Wharf next month.

Walcott, 22, will be signing copies of his autobiography Theo: Growing Up Fast at Waterstone's in Jubilee Place mall on November 17.

lewismoody.jpgFormer England rugby captain Lewis Moody has booked a date to meet fans in Canary Wharf.

Moody, who announced his retirement from international rugby last week, will be signing copies of his autobiography Mad Dog: An Englishman at Waterstone's in Jubilee Place mall on November 9.

lineker3.jpgEngland's World Cup of woe has raised huge questions over the future of manager Fabio Capello.

Former England striker Gary Lineker thinks the Italian should keep his job until Euro 2012, but he had a surprise choice as candidate for Capello's successor - his Match of the Day team-mate Alan Shearer.

lineker3.jpgEngland football legend Gary Lineker drew the crowds to Jubilee Place mall this afternoon when he turned up to sign copies of his latest book.

The former striker, now presenter of Match of the Day, was at Waterstone's to promote Still Dreaming: My Inside Account of the 2010 World Cup, and he was still unhappy with England's poor performance.

aa-jun17-footy app142.jpgArguments in the pub about the World Cup should be a thing of the past thanks to an app developed by a Limehouse-based company.

Whether you want to know who scored England's first ever World Cup finals goal, or which player has played in the most games, the World Cup Universe app provides all the answers.

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