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 By Mike Whalley

Liverpool don't believe Joe Gomez injury is too serious - sources

Joe Gomez could still play for Liverpool on Saturday despite an injury for the England under-21s.

Liverpool defender Joe Gomez will be assessed by the club's medical staff on Wednesday after suffering a knee injury while playing for the England under-21s, sources have told ESPN FC.

Gomez is thought to have tweaked a ligament in his right knee, but the injury is not thought to be too serious, sources said.

The 18-year-old was injured during the latter stages of his country's 3-0 victory over Kazakhstan in an Under-21 European Championship qualifier in Coventry on Tuesday.

Gomez, signed from Charlton...

 By PA Sport

Wales players are indeed the 'golden generation,' says Chris Coleman

Ramsey and Bale led the way as Wales, which had already secured a spot in Euro 2016, finished their campaign with a 2-0 win against Andorra.
Gareth Bale and Wales celebrated their qualification for Euro 2016 with a victory lap against Andorra.

Chris Coleman has applauded Welsh football's 'golden generation' for handling the pressure that comes with that tag.

Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey and company have long been hailed as the group who would end Wales' agonising wait to reach a major tournament for the first time since the 1958 World Cup.

But it never happened until now, Wales reaching next summer's European Championship in France after losing only one of their 10 games to finish runners-up to Belgium in Group B.

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FIFA World Ranking: Belgium to take over No. 1 spot from Argentina

The ESPN FC panel give their opinions on whom they believe are favorites to win Euro 2016 in France.

Belgium will take over the No. 1 spot in the FIFA World Ranking in November following a 3-1 home win versus Israel on Tuesday.

The Belgians were third in the most recent ranking published at the start of the month, but with Germany losing in Republic of Ireland and current No. 1 Argentina losing at home to Ecuador, the win against Israel puts them in the top spot for the first time in their history.

The victory put Belgium on 1440 ranking points, and even if Argentina win in Paraguay on Tuesday...

England boss Roy Hodgson in the dark as FA set for medical staff cuts

The ESPN FC crew discuss the possibilities for England ahead of Euro 2016, from potential lineups, to winning the tournament.

England manager Roy Hodgson says he is in the dark over potential changes to his medical staff because of Football Association cuts.

Around 100 staff are set to lose their jobs at the FA as the organisation looks to trim costs and plough more money into grassroots football.

As part of a restructuring process, the FA is moving a large part of its operation from Wembley to the National Football Centre at St George's Park.

It is understood that Gary Lewin, England's long-serving physio, has rejected...

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Netherlands out of Euro 2016 as Turkey and Croatia qualify

Despite a late rally, the Netherlands failed to qualify for Euro 2016 after finishing fourth in Group A with their 3-2 loss to Czech Republic.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol breaks down the Netherlands' poor performance and believes they didn't deserve to qualify with the way they played.

The Netherlands' miserable European Championship qualifying campaign came to an end with a 3-2 defeat to the Czech Republic on Tuesday, meaning the nation who finished third at the 2014 World Cup will not take part in Euro 2016.

Pavel Kaderabek opened the scoring in the 24th minute after cutting down the right flank, and 11 minutes later Josef Sural made it 2-0 with a goal from close range.

There was hope for the Dutch as Marek Suchy was sent off for the Czechs shortly before half-time, but it was...

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South Sudan's World Cup dreams end in African qualifying

South Sudan's first World Cup qualifying campaign ended early following a 4-0 defeat at Mauritania on Tuesday.

Moulaye Khalil and Boubacar Beyguili had already scored for the hosts before Aluck Akeuch Deng's 79th-minute red card for the new nation, and Moussa Samba Moussa and Ismail Diakite completed the rout.

Mauritania won 5-1 on aggregate and advance to face Tunisia in the second round of qualifying in November.

Chad advanced on away goals despite a 2-1 defeat at Sierra Leone, a team 54 places...