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Who will win Euro 2016?

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Carlo Ancelotti's success in Europe tainted by lack of domestic titles

Real Madrid's Champions League title last May was Carlo Ancelotti's third as a manager.
Real Madrid's Champions League title last May was Carlo Ancelotti's third as a manager.

It wasn't exactly a new scenario for Carlo Ancelotti, so he pointed to an old excuse. Real Madrid had just been beaten 2-1 by Barcelona in the latest Clasico, leaving the Italian again looking up at another leader in a title race, and he duly deflected by pointing to the quality of the display and competitions beyond the domestic front.

"We are disappointed, but it is better to have better feeling in the way we played," Ancelotti said. "We can have more confidence in the future games in the...

 By Nick Miller

Top 10 summer transfer targets for Premier League clubs

The FC team discuss whether Gareth Bale should stick it out at Real Madrid or head back to the Premier League.

As Europe's league enter the final stretches of their seasons, attentions begin to turn to the summer's transfer window. With that in mind, Nick Miller looks at the window's top 10 transfer targets for Premier League clubs.

10. Alexandre Lacazette | Lyon | forward

There are several areas of the Manchester United team that should require surgery in the summer, one of which is up front. Surely, Radamel Falcao's loan will not be extended or made permanent, while Robin van Persie is not the player...

 By Sid Lowe

Copa del Rey final venue, Barcelona's Camp Nou, not decided without a fight

The Camp Nou will host the 2015 Copa del Rey final, a decision that's been a long time coming in Spain.

And so the soap opera comes to an end, and what fun it was. So much fun, in fact, that we'll do it all over again next year. Same time, same place. Or should that read "different time, different place" instead? Not long after one Seville-based sports newspaper announced that the Copa del Rey final would be held at Real Betis' Benito de Villamarin stadium, the Spanish football Federation announced that the Copa del Rey final will be held at FC Barcelona's Camp Nou stadium on May 30.

Athletic...

 By Andy Mitten

Beyond United and City, Greater Manchester is the mecca of football

Manchester averages more than 122,000 spectators between Manchester United's Old Trafford, pictured, and Manchester City's Etihad.

Manchester United and Manchester City may dominate, but there are eight professional football teams in Greater Manchester. Britain's second-biggest conurbation, of 2.5 million, is a football city that also boasts numerous semi-professional sides playing to average home crowds as high as the 2,000 that attend the games of FC United of Manchester, the breakaway club that formed after the Glazer takeover of Manchester United in 2005. They're about to move into their own new, £6.3 million, 5,000-seat...

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Who will win Euro 2016?

The FC TV panel have their say. What do you think? Vote now!

This week's question looks ahead to Euro 2016, as qualifying resumes across Europe.

Who will win Euro 2016?

Can defending champions Spain triumph for an unprecedented third straight time?

Will World Cup holders Germany add the European title to their collection?

Could France repeat their 1998 World Cup victory by winning on home soil? 

Or will a new powerhouse emerge?

Watch the FC TV discussion, then vote. Plus, let us know what you think by commenting below or by using the #FCdebate hashtag on Twitter.

UPDATE:...

 By Simon Kuper

How Lionel Messi and Wayne Rooney think on the field

Great players such as Wayne Rooney and Lionel Messi reveal a truth we often miss in the frenzy of top-class football: It's much less spontaneous than it looks.

One freezing night this January, I was sitting in the Camp Nou with a Barcelona official, watching Barca-Atletico Madrid in the Spanish Cup. When the game kicked off, the official said, "Watch Messi."

It was a puzzling sight. The little man was wandering around, apparently ignoring the ball. The official explained: "In the first few minutes he just walks across the field. He is looking at each opponent, where the guy positions himself, and how their defense fits together. Only after doing that does...