England has held what could be its next-to-last World Cup training session amid further reports of a rift within the squad. The latest problems are caused by fallout from comments by ex-captain John Terry that some players had a meeting to discuss grievances with team management. There were reports in the British media Monday that Terry's teammates told him to keep quiet.
England needs to beat Slovenia at Port Elizabeth on Wednesday to guarantee it will stay in the competition after draws with the United States and Algeria. England players were booed by their own fans after the 0-0 draw against Algeria in Cape Town.