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Lionel Messi is getting married! Here's what you need to know about the day

Sid Lowe reflects on Lionel Messi's legendary career now that the Argentine has hit age 30.
In honour of Lionel Messi's 30th birthday, the FC crew debate his place among the all-time great footballers.
In honour of Lionel Messi's 30th birthday, take a look at what he's accomplished so far and what he has left to chase down.

It's been a big month for Lionel Messi. The Barcelona star turned 30 last weekend and on Friday, taking advantage of the fact he's not involved in an international tournament this summer, he will marry longtime partner Antonella Roccuzzo in Argentina.

Here's everything you need to know about the couple's big day.

Background story

Lucas Scaglia was one of Messi's teammates while he was still living in Rosario and playing for Newell's Old Boys. Their relationship extended off the pitch, too:...

Germany confident at Confederations Cup thanks to great preparation

The Confederations Cup psychic polar bear is back at it again predicting the winner of Germany versus Mexico.
The FC guys discuss the storylines ahead of Germany's Confederations Cup semifinal against Mexico and predict who will come out on top.
Former Mexico player Jared Borgetti believes Mexico's experienced squad makes them favourites against a young German side.
ESPN's John Sutcliffe preview's Juan Carlos Osorio's lineup decisions ahead of their Confed Cup semifinal against Germany.

SOCHI, Russia -- Joachim Low didn't hesitate when asked whether Germany were planning for Moscow or St. Petersburg after their Confederations Cup semifinal against Mexico in Sochi.

"We are preparing for St. Petersburg," said the Germany coach, as if it would be the strangest thing in the world to even consider the prospect of playing in the third- and fourth-place play-off in the Russian capital on Sunday. There wasn't even the hint of a laugh or smile from Low, either; he just delivered his response...

Garcia report doesn't contain smoking gun, but FIFA clean-up has just begun

Raf Honigstein reveals his thoughts on the Garcia report that examined allegations of corruption in the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
Gab Marcotti reports from Moscow on the atmosphere at the Confederations Cup and Russia's preparations for the 2018 World Cup.

Even before Michael J. Garcia, a former U.S. attorney and FIFA's chief ethics investigator into the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bids, had submitted his report to FIFA in 2014, there were rumors that there was no "smoking gun." Not of the kind that would see the World Cup taken away from the respective bid-winners, Russia and Qatar.

Hans-Joachim Eckert, the head of the adjudicatory branch of FIFA's Ethics Committee, decided in September 2014 that the Garcia report would not be published in full for "legal...

Sochi more holiday destination than football venue, with stadium set to fail

Gab Marcotti reports from Moscow on the atmosphere at the Confederations Cup and Russia's preparations for the 2018 World Cup.

SOCHI, Russia -- Nothing is quite as it seems in Sochi. After all, this is the 2014 Winter Olympic city with palm trees on the promenade, where the azure blue Black Sea resembles the Mediterranean on the French Riviera.

It is where the $780 million Fisht Stadium will host Thursday's Confederations Cup semifinal between Germany and Mexico and also four World Cup group games during Russia 2018.

However, beyond the World Cup, Sochi risks becoming a city with some of the most spectacular sporting facilities...

England struggling to shake horror of Euro 2016 humiliation against Iceland

Craig Burley addresses Hector Bellerin's comments in regards to youth development in England and Spain.
England's Euro 2016 defeat to Iceland went down as one of the worst results in the Three Lions' history.

There are some anniversaries that are easier to forget -- a day to pull up the bed covers and blank out 24 hours. Most affiliates of the English football team will approach Tuesday, June 27 with a shiver down their spine, one year on from being humiliated (and eliminated) by Iceland at the 2016 European Cup.

England have had their ups and downs in major tournaments -- plenty more downs than ups, it must be said -- but losing to a team fielded by a country with a population of just over 300,000 in...