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 Posted by ESPN Staff
3 days ago

Hollande & Platini high hopes for Euro 2016

President Michel Platini hosted the UEFA 2016 launch event at the Elysee Palace in Paris on Thursday.

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 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
5 days ago

Stakes raised even higher in winter vs. summer 2022 World Cup debate

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti discusses Sepp Blatter's decision to have the 2022 World Cup in winter.

Umberto Gandini is the vice-chairman of the European Club Association (ECA), the umbrella organization that represents the interests of European clubs. He wears other hats, too -- he's an executive at Milan -- and is a member of the FIFA task force charged with deciding whether Qatar 2022 will be a summer or winter World Cup.

On Monday, the task force met and agreed that there were three realistic options for when to hold the tournament: November-December 2021, January-February 2022 or June-July...

5 days ago

Independence could affect Scotland's bid to host Euro 2020 games

Scottish football fans have hardly welcomed the proposed league changes with welcome arms.
Scotland fans are hoping to see Euro 2020 action on home soil.

UEFA has said legal aspects of Scotland's bid to host games at the multi-nation Euro 2020 tournament may "have to be reassessed" if the country votes in favour of independence.

With Scotland going to the polls next week on whether to remain part of the UK, the legalities surrounding the Scottish FA's bid for Glasgow stadium Hampden Park to host three group games and one match in the knockout rounds could...

 Posted by Ben Gladwell
5 days ago

Mario Balotelli must show hunger, says Italy coach Antonio Conte

Steve Nicol and Craig Burley act like a married couple and discuss the F word - fantastic.

Mario Balotelli has to demonstrate his desire to play for his country if he is to return to the Italy setup in the near future, coach Antonio Conte has said.

- Conte: No hidden meaning to Balotelli omission
- Usher: Liverpool more than just the Balotelli show
- Rooney: Welbeck move good for England

Speaking after the Azzurri had begun their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign with a 2-0 win in Norway on Wednesday, Conte told reporters the squad he had chosen for his first two games was largely the one...


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6 days ago

Gary Cahill: England have drawn a line under World Cup disappointment

England's Gary Cahill insists supporters of Roy Hodgson's side shouldn't feel negative, after an opening Euro 2016 qualifying win over Switzerland.

Gary Cahill believes England are ready to move on from their World Cup failure after a 2-0 victory over Switzerland in their opening Euro 2016 qualifier.

- Jolly: Cool and dependable Cahill emerges as England's rock
- Smith: Is Rooney the right fit for England?
- Macintosh: Welbeck states his case

The Three Lions exited this summer's World Cup at the group stages after picking up just one point from their three games in Brazil, but a brace from Danny Welbeck in Basel on Monday night boosted their...