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Five key Mexico players vs. U.S.


Euro 2016: Five things to watch

Euro 2016
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Sinisa Mihajlovic's future at AC Milan is unjustly in doubt

While many are quick to blame AC Milan manager Sinisa Mihajlovic for the squad's recent troubles, ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti says he may not be completely at fault.

It has been a difficult week for AC Milan in the aftermath of their second defeat in as many games following the 4-0 loss to Napoli on Sunday. Sinisa Mihajlovic will have arguably found it particularly tough as questions have been asked about his future with the Rossoneri.

The 46-year-old has registered three wins and four defeats so far this season, and that has left Milan languishing in the bottom half of the Serie A table. Despite signs against both Palermo and Udinese that the Serbian tactician...

Five key players for Mexico against the United States

Former manager of Sao Paulo FC, Juan Carlos Osorio gave a press conference in Sao Paulo announcing both his resignation from the Brazilian side as well as his new title as head of the Mexican national team.

Which players are vital for El Tri this Saturday? Which ones are indispensable options for Mexico interim manager Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti?

In Mexico's CONCACAF Cup match against the United States, these five players are key ingredients for a winning Mexico performance at a sold-out Rose Bowl in Pasadena:

1. Andres Guardado

There are doubts over the fitness of Guardado, who recently returned from an ankle injury, but the 29-year-old appears to be at full health after being given the start for...

Loan moves paying off for two of PSG's France internationals

PSG boss Laurent Blanc has said that he is not surprised at all that Zlatan Ibrahimovic broke the clubs top scoring record.

When the France squad met up at their Clairefontaine base earlier this week ahead of their friendlies against Armenia and Denmark, there were two unexpected faces among Didier Deschamps' 23-man group.

The first and least familiar player was Villarreal goalkeeper Alphonse Areola, who is currently on loan to La Liga's present leaders from French champions Paris Saint-Germain. The other was AS Roma's Lucas Digne, who is also on loan from the Ligue 1 leaders this season.

This summer, both Areola...

 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

Scotland captain Scott Brown says his side carries the country's hopes of Euro 2016 qualification on their shoulders as they prepare to face Poland, especially after a long run of falling short.

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 --...