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Ray Wilkins says Wayne Rooney is the "standout candidate" for the England captaincy.
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Former England midfielder Ray Wilkins shares his memories and tells us why he loves the World Cup.
Sky Sports pundit Ray Wilkins has no doubts Louis van Gaal will be a success at Manchester United.
Ray Wilkins is surprised Ashley Cole's recent displays didn't get him on the plane to Brazil.
Ray Wilkins says Jose Mourinho 'masterminded' Chelsea's 0-0 draw with Atletico Madrid.
Jose Mourinho can turn Chelsea's defensive solidity into Champions League glory, says Ray Wilkins.
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