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 By Simon Curtis

Portugal pain against France replaced by determination to overcome Albania

Mathieu Valbuena managed to score the only goal of the match as France defeated Portugal 1-0.
Cristiano Ronaldo struggled up front without support, but are Portugal in need of a youth injection?

Portugal's 10th consecutive defeat to France -- a run of unpleasantness that now dates back to the mid 1970s -- was not the ideal preparation for what has now become a crucial Euro 2016 qualifier against Albania in Elbasan on Monday.

With that match in mind, it was expected that new coach Fernando Santos might experiment in the 1-0 friendly defeat against the French on Friday, with some of Portugal's old guard beginning to fade and an exciting new generation emerging to stake its claim for a place...

 By Sam Kelly

Kranevitter provides Argentina hope for the future in Bolivia hammering

Sergio Aguero netted twice as Argentina eased to a win.

Argentina's 7-0 trouncing of Bolivia on Friday night wasn't exactly thrill-a-minute, but there were still one or two instructive points to be taken from it.

If friendlies are for learning and experimenting, then perhaps too many of Argentina's in the last few years have been strolls in the park and while this one was far from an even match, it at least gave us one or two glimpses of what could be coming in the future for Gerardo Martino's team.

Lionel Messi being benched is, it's probably safe to...

 By Simon Kuper

Man City, Chelsea, PSG rejoice while Man United fall short in transfer window

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes breaks down the most notable signings of the Premier League during the 2015 summer transfer window, when the 20 clubs spent a record £870 million.

In our book "Soccernomics," my co-author, Stefan Szymanski, and I analyzed wisdom and madness on the transfer market. Here's how some of our rules apply to this summer's transfer window:

1. The high fees are perfectly rational. When players are sold for more than £50 million, the deals are often dismissed as crazy or obscene. Many people say the soccer economy has become a bubble, like the housing bubble that burst in the U.S. in 2007. But that's wrong. To the contrary, big clubs are finally...

Jozy Altidore's double sparks U.S.'s come-from-behind win vs. Peru

The United States men's national team came back after Peru scored and early goal to win their home friendly by a score of 2-1 thanks to two goals by Jozy Altidore.

Six weeks ago, Jozy Altidore's Gold Cup ended in considerable disappointment, as he was left off the roster that contested the knockout stage. But in Friday's friendly against Peru, Altidore showed he still has a massive part to play in the U.S. team's fortunes, scoring twice in a 2-1 victory.

Peru forward Daniel Chavez opened the scoring with a deflected strike in the first half, but the decision to press higher up the field in the second half got the U.S. on the front foot, and they eventually...

 By Sid Lowe

Atletico Madrid revel in transfer success and Real Madrid's De Gea woe

Former Atletico Madrid man Santiago Solari contends that Diego Simeone's energy will be a determining factor in how Atletico play this season as they look to fend off Sevilla and Valencia.

On the face of it, transfer deadline day was set to be a difficult one for some Atletico Madrid supporters. However, by the time the window shut, things had turned out rather well. They'd actually quite enjoyed it. There had been tears, but they were smiling now. Laughing their heads off, in fact. They do so love it when a plan comes together and their team's plans had come together. Other teams' plans, by contrast, had fallen apart.

The night before, Atletico won 3-0 at Sevilla. When Koke scored...

 By Colin Udoh

Nigeria and Oliseh inexperienced but must deal with Tanzania

Sunday Oliseh takes charge of Nigeria for the first time this weekend as they face Tanzania in African Nations Cup qualifying.

Nigeria's stand-in captain Ahmed Musa is the most experienced international in their squad to face Tanzania in African Nations Cup qualifying but he is only 22 and has just five years of international football under his belt.

Musa's situation is largely representative of the current Nigeria squad. With an average age of 23, many of the players have barely 10 caps.

Next to Musa is Godfrey Oboabona, who has only been playing since 2012 and has 43 caps. Emmanuel Emenike is next on 35, followed by Kenneth...