From the Back Pages, June 21: Roy Hodgson to remain as England manager, Greg Dyke says

From the back pages
From the back pages

Greg Dyke, the FA chairman, has said that Roy Hodgson will lead England’s Euro 2016 bid despite the team’s failure to reach the knockout stages of the World Cup for the first time since 1958. (The Times)

England OUT of the World Cup 2014 as Costa Rica beat Italy 1-0. (The Independent)

He didn’t attempt to hide the pain. It was written all over his crumpled features. A man left “devastated” at letting the country down. But Roy Hodgson maintained he had “no regrets”. Even now, that he would have done it the same way. Just better. (The Mirror)

Steven Gerrard’s display against Uruguay was so bad that Spanish newspaper AS refused to give him a rating. (Daily Mail)

Any notion that the World Cup is turning into a tournament for the smaller nations was banished when Switzerland received their come-uppance from France, a 5-2 scoreline and a defeat that could easily have been heavier making a mockery of Fifa world rankings that currently have the Swiss at six and the French at 17th. (The Guardian)

Romelu Lukaku to leave Chelsea for Wolfsburg as Blues aim to win Mario Mandzukic race. (The Express)

Broad: I had ‘no idea’ it was a hat-trick.Stuart Broad becomes the first Englishman to take two Test hat-tricks but he and Sky fail to notice. (The Telegraph)