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Euro 2016: Five things to watch

Euro 2016
 By Kelvin Leong

Singapore must take World Cup centre stage against Afghan's German hearts

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson discusses Singapore's upcoming World Cup qualifier against Afghanistan at National Stadium on October 8th.

Southeast Asian powerhouses Singapore will head into their AFC World Cup Group E qualifier against Afghanistan, knowing that a win could put them one step closer to qualifying for the 2019 AFC Asian Cup.

But the problem for Bernd Stange's men is the suspension of the Republic's top two midfielders, Hariss Harun and Safuwan Baharudin.

Despite two losses in three matches, Afghanistan cannot be taken lightly, with 14 of Slaven Skeledzic's players plying their trade in the lower leagues of Germany....

 By Jason Dasey

Former I-League champion Bencherifa linked to big Southeast Asian jobs

Former Mohun Bagan coach Karim Bencherifa, seen here with the UEFA Champions League trophy in 2013, won six pieces of silverware in seven years in India.

Former S.League head coach Karim Bencherifa hails from Morocco and had his greatest managerial success in India, where he won the 2011 league and Cup double with Salgaocar and would become the nation's highest ever paid manager.

Now, as the second season of the India Super League gets underway, the 47-year-old has returned to Singapore for family reasons, and has been linked to high profile national jobs in Southeast Asia.

When Bencherifa re-emerged in Singapore in July, local newspapers reported...

Euro 2016: Five things to watch as qualifiers head to a conclusion

Former England defender Ledley King believes youth is the key behind England's flying Euro 2016 qualifying campaign, having become the first side to book their place in the finals in France next year.

The international break is upon us again. Here are five things to watch as qualification for Euro 2016 heads towards a thrilling conclusion.

1. Albania play more than a game, and could get more than a win

The Albanians are aiming to qualify for the first time in their history, but must overcome the weight of political history and the cloud which still hangs over a reverse match that provoked more controversy than any other in this qualification campaign.

A year ago, Albania's trip to Serbia --...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's preparation for U.S. match reveals usual chaos behind the scenes

ESPN FC's Katia Castorena reports from Denver, where Mexico are aiming to win Olympic qualifying Group B with a victory against Honduras on Wednesday.

It was well past midnight on July 26 when Mexico coach Miguel Herrera shuffled out of Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. A few hours earlier, the Mexican national team had defeated Jamaica 3-1, lifting the CONCACAF Gold Cup for the seventh time -- two more than the United States. Herrera, Mexico's 14th coach since 1999, seemed to have done the impossible: With that win, he had ostensibly secured his post, after speculation that it could be on the line if Mexico failed.

The players celebrated...

United States vs. Mexico: 50-50 Challenge

ESPN FC's John Sutcliffe speaks with U.S. head coach Jurgen Klinsmann about his side's preparations ahead of Saturday's CONCACAF Cup playoff against Mexico.

This special edition of the 50-50 Challenge takes a look at the United States-Mexico rivalry, and in particular, the upcoming CONCACAF Cup playoff that will determine which country earns the ticket to the 2017 Confederations Cup. Two Mexican-Americans, Sergio Tristan, leader of Pancho Villa's Army, a Mexican national team supporters group in the U.S., and former U.S. international Herculez Gomez, give their perspectives on the game.

Where will you be on Oct. 10?

Herculez Gomez: I'll be in...

Arsenal's reshaped attack ushering in a new style

After Arsenal's resounding 3-0 win over Manchester United, the question is whether they can maintain that level over the course of a season.

For Arsenal fans, beating Manchester United is always special. Even if these two teams are no longer engaged in an annual tug-of-war over the Premier League title, the rivalry runs deep. While there no longer is a Patrick Vieira, Roy Keane or Sir Alex Ferguson to stoke the fires of enmity in these games, the embers of that blazing animosity remain. Given Arsenal's poor record against United in recent years, any win is likely to be met with an outpouring of joy.

However, Arsenal's 3-0 triumph on...