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 By Chris Wright

Ronaldo covers Portugal teammate Quaresma's car in silver foil

Ever the loveable scamp, Cristiano Ronaldo kept himself busy at Portugal's training camp on Thursday by taking a few hours out to prank international teammate Ricardo Quaresma by covering his car in tin foil.

The back and forth began when Ronaldo tweeted a message to the Porto winger:

 By Chris Wright

Barcelona's Xavi employs impressive memory skills to ace goals quiz

With reports circulating that he may be on his way to Qatar at the end of the season, Xavi seems to have spent the day looking back over the many years he has spent as a one-club man among the Barcelona ranks.

Indeed, with nostalgia in the air, the Catalan side's YouTube channel have press-ganged the legendary 35-year-old midfielder into playing a little game of "What Happens Next?" by challenging him to remember five goals chosen at random from those he has netted over the years.

For a guy...

 By Mark Worrall

Terry's extension at Chelsea should boost Mourinho's ambitions

The ESPN FC crew take a look at the numbers and answer if they believe Jose Mourinho deserves to be the highest paid manager in football.
Chelsea legend John Terry has looked ageless this season, helping his club win the Capital One Cup. He could get his 14th trophy if the club holds on to win the Premier League.

Chelsea announced on Thursday that centre-back John Terry has signed a new one-year contract extension that will keep him with the club till the end of next season. The decision was met with delight by the club, the player and Blues supporters.

Mindful of the bitterness associated with the departure last year of all time record goal-scorer Frank Lampard, fans of the London club will be as relieved as they are happy that Terry, the man they refer to as "Captain, Leader, Legend" is to remain at Chelsea.

Terry,...

 By Michael Cox

Can Verratti, De Gea and Kane break into their national teams' starting XIs?

England head coach Roy Hodgson, and striker Wayne Rooney are confident about Harry Kane's debut in the European qualifier against Lithuania.

The European Championships' expansion to a 24-team tournament has a multitude of effects -- one is that it effectively gives the major countries a free pass. Therefore, managers have more license to experiment and evolve their side with significantly less risk of failure.

Here are five fine talents still attempting to break into their country's first-choice XI -- what chance do they have of overhauling more established names?

1. Marco Verratti, Italy

By this stage, we expected Verratti to be Italy's...

Advocaat must convince Sunderland they're not the Premier League's worst

Sunderland have appointed former Netherlands coach Dick Advocaat as manager on a short-term deal until the end of the season.

When QPR's former boss Harry Redknapp described Sunderland as the worst team in the Premier League, the first reaction among Wearside fans was naturally one of righteous indignation. Then, if the evidence of message boards and social media can be trusted, the bleak realisation dawned on at least some of them that maybe Redknapp had a point.

Here, after all, is a side the supporters themselves have berated all season for an inability to create, score or even defend while still attracting absurdly...

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Remembering Rooney, Owen and Shearer on their England debuts

Take a look inside England's training as Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck, Harry Kane and more test their skills with some great goals and saves.
Could Harry Kane, left, follow in Alan Shearer's footsteps and score a goal on his England senior team debut?

Last week was the best of his whole life, said Tottenham's striker Harry Kane after a Saturday hat trick against Leicester City had followed his first call-up for England's senior squad.

This next week might be even better, should he score against Lithuania on Friday or Italy on March 31. If that happens, then this really could be Harry's game.

Alternatively, Kane might hit the buffers, and find that international football is a step up from the Premier League. Playing for England is a different...