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 By Ian Holyman

Pogba, Evra named in France squad despite Champions League final

Paul Pogba will miss France's game against Belgium due to his involvement in the Champions League final.

France coach Didier Deschamps has included Champions League finalists Paul Pogba and Patrice Evra, as well as Paul-Georges Ntep, in his squad for the upcoming international friendlies.

Pogba, 22, and Evra, 34, will likely feature for Juventus against Barcelona at Berlin's Olympiastadion on June 6 when the two clubs fight it out to be crowned champions of Europe.

With France due to play Belgium in Paris the following day, the pair will miss that encounter, but could face Albania on June 13 after...

 By PA Sport

Hodgson fears losing Welbeck to knee injury, hails forward talent pool

Should Danny Welbeck leave the squad, Roy Hodgson won't have Harry Kane or Danny Ings to lean on.

Manager Roy Hodgson "fears" having to withdraw Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck from the England roster because of a knee injury but is confident, should he lose the Arsenal man, his side have the forward depth to cope.

If Welbeck does pull out, Hodgson will be left with fresh call-ups Jamie Vardy and Charlie Austin in addition to captain Wayne Rooney, who has been out recently with a dead leg.

Harry Kane, Danny Ings and Saido Berahino have been selected for the England Under-21 squad. And having to...

 By PA Sport

Jack Grealish snubbed for fear of 'inflammatory' reaction - Hodgson

Aston Villa youngster Jack Grealish is caught between two national teams at the moment.

Roy Hodgson resisted the temptation to call up Jack Grealish to the England squad because he did not want the Aston Villa midfielder to receive a hostile reception if he made his debut in Dublin.

Grealish has come to be regarded as one of the most promising midfielders in the Premier League after finding form recently under new Villa boss Tim Sherwood.

Despite being born in Solihull to English parents, the 19-year-old has represented the Republic of Ireland at youth level as he qualifies for the...

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FIFA presidential candidate Prince Ali promises to expand World Cup to 36

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti discusses the possibility of FIFA Presidential candidate Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein defeating Sepp Blatter.

The sole remaining challenger to Sepp Blatter for the FIFA presidency has promised to increase the number of World Cup finals places from 32 to 36 countries in time for the 2018 World Cup in Russia if he wins next week's election.

Prince Ali Bin al Hussein of Jordan also pledged every association will receive at least one million U.S. dollars (£640,000 on current exchange rates) a year -- both his promises can be seen as a direct attempt to target Blatter's biggest area of support in Asia and...