FA refuse to comment on whether England players took sleeping pills

The Football Association is keeping silent on reports that England players used sleeping pills the night before their delayed World Cup qualifier against Poland.

The Football Association is keeping silent on reports that England players used sleeping pills the night before their delayed World Cup qualifier against Poland.

It has been reported that players took tablets to aid sleep the night before Wednesday's delayed match in Warsaw, which ended 1-1 after a disappointing performance by Roy Hodgson's side.

It has also been suggested players took caffeine tablets before the game, which had been postponed from Tuesday due to heavy rain.

 
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