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John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

The candidates to replace Sam Allardyce as England manager

The ESPN FC crew discuss Sam Allardyce stepping down as the England manager after coaching just one game.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti details what led Sam Allardyce to leave his position as England manager.

After just 67 days, Sam Allardyce has left his post as England manager. With The FA again looking for a new man to lead the national team, ESPN FC examines some potential contenders.

Gareth Southgate (bet365 odds to be named permanent manager: 7/4)

He will take the reins for England's next three World Cup qualifiers, against Malta, Slovenia and Scotland, as well as the November friendly with Spain. The former Middlesbrough manager has never looked like he could be the long-term option for the top...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Celtic, Brendan Rodgers have plenty to prove vs. Man City in UCL play

Brendan Rodgers wanted the Man City job but now faces them as Celtic manager in Wednesday's UCL clash.

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers and Manchester City have shared histories. It was City who stole the 2013-14 Premier League title once Steven Gerrard's slip and a 2-0 defeat to Chelsea derailed Rodgers' Liverpool team. Previously, in the summer of 2013, he was on a short list of candidates for a vacancy that eventually went to Manuel Pellegrini.

The pace of change in football means Rodgers, for whom the anniversary of his Liverpool sacking will arrive next week, is now in Glasgow while City are...

 By John Duerden

Asia football chaos after postponement of FIFA elections

Speaking at a FIFA diversity event, General Secretary Fatma Samba Diouf says the organization is changing for the better.

On Tuesday in Goa, India, 42 out of 44 member associations of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) voted down the agenda of the Extraordinary Congress and forced the postponement of elections to the FIFA Council. Here is a summary of the situation.

What were the elections and who was running?

The AFC already has four delegates on the new FIFA Council, a 36-member decision making committee that was set-up at FIFA's Congress in Mexico in May to replace the scandal-hit Executive Committee and is...

 By Tom Kundert

Renato Sanches, Andre Gomes the latest stars off Benfica production line

Benfica's state-of-the-art academy opened 10 years ago, south of Lisbon on the other side of the River Tagus.

Its location in the nondescript town of Seixal boasts none of the splendour and little of the charm of the Portuguese capital, but the award-winning complex is now the single most important factor fuelling the renaissance of one of Europe's most historical football clubs.

Not even Benfica's long-serving and ambitious president, Luis Filipe Vieira, could have predicted it would have such...

FIFA 17's player ratings system blends advanced stats and subjective scouting

Watch Philadelphia Union's Maurice Edu take on Dan Thomas at FIFA 17 with Charlie Davies and Alejandro Bedoya providing commentary.

Each September, the football community gears up for EA Sports' annual release of its FIFA video-game franchise. Such a phenomenon has this title become, its player ratings are now worthy of headlines on their own.

In a game with a staggering 700 clubs, comprising a mesmerizing 18,000 players, one man oversees the 5.4 million data points that bring those players to life, making FIFA 17 one of the most realistic football titles gaming has ever seen. That man is Michael Mueller-Moehring, and he spoke...

 By James Tyler

FIFA 17 review -- Enjoy the upgrades but expect some frustration

Watch Philadelphia Union's Maurice Edu take on Dan Thomas at FIFA 17 with Charlie Davies and Alejandro Bedoya providing commentary.

The new soccer season is well underway and with it comes the annual rites of fall: raking leaves, wearing jeans, roasting all your food, cursing the cool weather... and a fresh batch of soccer video games to keep us hibernating until the spring.

FIFA 17 is the pinnacle of the changing climate. It's glossy and rich with design, as expected. Things look luxuriant, per the commercials. All the summer transfers are on the right teams, the databases run deep with emerging talent and the menus are as...