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ESPN FC's Euro 2016 awards

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Srna would add needed experience and depth for Barca at right back

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop is surprised Lionel Messi's contract negotiations with Barcelona have hit such a stalemate.
Darijo Srna (L) of Shakhtar controls the ball during the UEFA Champions League third qualifying round first leg soccer match Shakhtar Donetsk vs Young Boys Bern, in Lviv, Ukraine, 26 July 2016.
Darijo Srna's cheap price tag and wealth of experience make him an enticing option for a club like Barcelona.

With Aleix Vidal's future lying away from Barcelona, the Catalan club have been linked with a range of right-backs. The latest is Shakhtar Donetsk's Darijo Srna. Here are five reasons why the former Croatian international may be the most sensible addition to Luis Enrique's squad in January.     

Low cost

Srna's contract expires next summer but Shakhtar owner Rinat Akhmetov suggested he could leave for free when Barca's interest first arose in September.   

"If Darijo makes...

 By Sasa Ibrulj

Croatia spoil Kosovo's big night; Bosnia lack courage in loss to Belgium

Filip Kostic, Branislav Ivanovic and Dusan Tadic were among the goalscorers in Serbia's 3-0 dominant win over Moldova.

Thursday night was supposed to be the best night in the lives of Kosovo football fans. A month ago, after years of battle to join FIFA and UEFA and start playing competitive football, they surprised Finland away and captured their first ever point.

It was the result that filled them with confidence, and when the Croats announced that they were coming to Shokdra -- the city in Albania where Kosovo were forced to play their home match because none of the stadiums in their country meet FIFA requirements...

 By Sasa Ibrulj

How Serbia, Croatia, Kosovo, Bosnia look heading into World Cup qualifiers

New Serbia coach Slavoljub Muslin faces big expectations and plenty of skepticism as World Cup qualifying begins.

With World Cup 2018 qualifying beginning in Europe this week, Sasa Ibrulj takes a look at where the big Balkan nations currently standing heading into their opening games.K

Serbia: Big expectations for Muslin

Serbia had many memorable moments in their last qualifying campaign for Euro 2016, but none of them were positive and they are now hoping that the opening of qualification for World Cup 2018, with a game against Republic of Ireland on Monday, could represent a fresh start.

They have replaced...

 By Chris Wright

Real Madrid star Luka Modric meets basketball hero Stojko Vrankovic

It's fairly common knowledge that Luka Modric isn't exactly the biggest of chaps, with the diminutive Real Madrid midfielder standing 5-foot-7 and weighing just 65 kilos.

However, never has the Croatia international looked smaller than when he bumped into fellow countryman and retired basketball player Stojko Vrankovic at a hotel in Zadar.

The fact that Vrankovic is a massive 7-foot-2 gave the resulting photo the air of a kindly father treating his young son to a posh dinner in front of the fancy...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Antoine Griezmann, Iceland and Wales among the stars of Euro 2016

Portugal won Euro 2016 thanks to an extra time victory over France in Paris.

Congratulations to Portugal, winners of Euro 2016.

ESPN FC had country bloggers covering their team throughout the tournament in France and each have rated their side out of 10, chosen their favourite memory, star man, team of the tournament and predict what's next for their side.

ALBANIA: 7/10


Favourite memory: Hal Robson-Kanu scoring Wales' crucial second against Belgium in their 3-1 win in the quarterfinals. The unattached striker fooled three defenders before clipping a shot...

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Ronaldo and Portugal's glory, Iceland and Wales heroes while England flop

ESPN FC had bloggers covering each country at Euro 2016. It was glory for Portugal, who overcame Cristiano Ronaldo's injury to stun France in the final.

Elsewhere, England endured a miserable tournament, limping through the group stages before an abject 2-1 defeat to Iceland in the round of 16 cost Roy Hodgson his job.

Iceland were one of the stories of the competition, though, reaching the quarterfinals before bowing out to the hosts. Similarly, Wales also captured the imagination following their...