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John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

England's Young Lions must translate youth success into Premier League

Craig Burley addresses Hector Bellerin's comments in regards to youth development in England and Spain.

It has been a marvelous summer for England's Young Lions, from being winners at the Under-20 World Cup, U19 European Championships and Toulon Tournament (for U20 players), as well being runners-up in the U17 Euros and the semifinals of its U21 equivalent.

For St George's Park, the Staffordshire site that hosts the English Football Association's national football centre, that flush of success has been vindication for a much-criticised project that finally opened in 2012 after 11 years of delays.

England...

 By Tony Evans

Arsene Wenger can't afford to be naive about Alexis Sanchez situation

Gab Marcotti provides an update on Alexis Sanchez's future with Arsenal following his comments on UCL aspirations.
Alexis Sanchez hints at a desire to leave Arsenal, saying his aim is Champions League success.

Arsene Wenger knows what it is like to lose his star players, as it's happened too often in the past six years. This year, the Arsenal manager's summer is being overshadowed by Alexis Sanchez's refusal to sign a new contract at the Emirates. The Chile international is the latest world-class player to lose faith in Arsenal's ability to compete with Europe's best.

Sanchez's dissatisfaction was heightened when the Gunners failed to finish in the Premier League's top four, though his doubts go beyond...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

The 50 most influential people in football: ESPN FC's 2017 countdown

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti breaks down the ever-changing top 50 most influential people in football.
Gab Marcotti delves into ESPN FC's top 50 most influential people in football, pinpointing No. 16's "John" from Football Leaks.

Football is big business -- a global sport with multiple leagues and teams and international competitions all vying for your attention (and money). But who wields the most influence in the game, those men and women who have some combination of money, authority and power to shape the sport? 

As we did in 2015 with our inaugural list, ESPN FC has ranked the top 50 movers and shakers in the game, from FIFA president Gianni Infantino to Cristiano Ronaldo to the mystery person (or people)...

Football Leaks is blowing the lid on the game's secrets ... but at what cost?

Gab Marcotti delves into ESPN FC's top 50 most influential people in football, pinpointing No. 16's "John" from Football Leaks.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti breaks down the ever-changing top 50 most influential people in football.

We don't know his real name and word is he lives in hiding in Budapest. Yet in a world where information is power, the man who calls himself "John" seemingly has unfettered access to things that are supposed to be private and confidential.

And he's not afraid to use that information.

It began nearly two years ago, when "John's" Football Leaks website began uploading original player contracts, transfer agreements and assorted other football-related documents. A host of big names would eventually...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Most influential in Europe, North America, South America, Asia, Africa

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti breaks down the ever-changing top 50 most influential people in football.
Gab Marcotti delves into ESPN FC's top 50 most influential people in football, pinpointing No. 16's "John" from Football Leaks.

ESPN FC is counting down the 50 most influential men and women in football and is also ranking the Top 10 influencers in specific parts of the world, with the help of experts based in each region.

Editors' note: The below lists are independent of the overall Top 50 and designed to give another point of view on who wields power at regional level around the world.

Europe

1. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (Bayern Munich CEO and European Clubs Association chairman)
2. Aleksander Ceferin (UEFA president) 
3....

The 50 most influential in football: Who made our list this time around?

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti breaks down the ever-changing top 50 most influential people in football.
Gab Marcotti delves into ESPN FC's top 50 most influential people in football, pinpointing No. 16's "John" from Football Leaks.

One thing is quite obvious when it comes to assessing influence in football: Once you have it, it's hard to lose -- particularly when you are close to the top.

Fifteen of our 2015 Top 20 are back in the second installment of ESPN FC's Top 50 Most Influential in football. Perhaps more tellingly, seven members of 2015's Top 10 find themselves in the Top 10 yet again. Two of the figures no longer among the Top 10 -- former UEFA president Michel Platini, who topped the list, and former FIFA boss Sepp...