James Milner retires from England duty after discussions with Sam Allardyce

• Milner was capped 61 times by England and featured at Euro 2016
• Allardyce: ‘James can be proud of his seven-year career as an England player’

James Milner has confirmed his retirement from international football following discussions with the England manager, Sam Allardyce. The Liverpool midfielder made his senior debut in 2009 before going on to make 61 appearances for his country.

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