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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Gary Neville dismisses talk of Manchester United return

Jose Mourinho once again addresses Man United's needs in the transfer market, insisting the squad are balanced.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner believes Juan Mata will be valuable when it comes to the depth of Jose Mourinho's United squad.
The FC panel breakdown Manchester United's loss to Borussia Dortmund and if it's a bad omen for the start of their season.
Jose Mourinho says he likes the look of Manchester United's home kit and is motivated to defend the shirt.
Watch as Usain Bolt tells new Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho he must make them win the title again.

Gary Neville insists he will not be taking a job on Jose Mourinho's coaching staff at Manchester United.

Neville resigned as a coach of the England national team following Euro 2016, and was also sacked as Valencia at the end of March, but he wants to focus on other interests rather than make an immediate return to football.

"That's not going to happen," he said, of the potential of linking up with United, in an interview with the Sunday Times. "Before I went to Valencia, I created or owned four...

 By PA Sport

England must learn from experience of Euro 2016 - Sam Allardyce

Alison Bender looks at the stats of new England boss, Sam Allardyce, and examines what he can bring to the squad.
Sam Allardyce is all smiles after being named England manager, a job he says he has waited years for.
The ESPN FC crew react to the hiring of Sam Allardyce as the new England manager.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Alejandro Moreno debate whether Sam Allardyce is the right fit for England.
Jose Mourinho feels Sam Allardyce is the right man for the England job, citing it will be a difficult task for anyone.

New England manager Sam Allardyce wants to draw upon the experience of Euro 2016 to motivate his players on the road to the World Cup.

Allardyce was confirmed as Roy Hodgson's successor on Friday after compensation was agreed with Sunderland and he will go to work immediately on picking up the pieces of the humiliating round-of-16 exit.

Hodgson's England won just one of their four matches in France and hit a new nadir in their knockout defeat to Iceland, but 61-year-old Allardyce has vowed to bring...

 By PA Sport

Sam Allardyce appointment good for England - Wayne Rooney

The ESPN FC crew react to the hiring of Sam Allardyce as the new England manager.
Alison Bender looks at the stats of new England boss, Sam Allardyce, and examines what he can bring to the squad.
Jose Mourinho feels Sam Allardyce is the right man for the England job, citing it will be a difficult task for anyone.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Alejandro Moreno debate whether Sam Allardyce is the right fit for England.

Wayne Rooney believes Sam Allardyce is the perfect appointment as England manager.

Skipper Rooney, his country's all-time leading goalscorer, was part of a Three Lions side which was humiliated by Iceland at last month's European Championship and suggestions followed that he may retire from the international stage.

But the Manchester United forward, who turns 31 in October, is keen to continue and is relishing working with Allardyce, who left his role as manager of Sunderland to sign a two-year...

Sam Allardyce can lead England to World Cup success - Arsene Wenger

The ESPN FC crew react to the hiring of Sam Allardyce as the new England manager.

LENS, France -- Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says Sam Allardyce has the needed qualities to lead England to World Cup success in Russia but deflected questions about whether he was offered the Three Lions job himself.

Allardyce was confirmed as the new England coach on Friday, taking over from Roy Hodgson who resigned following the team's loss to Iceland at Euro 2016. Wenger's name had been frequently mentioned among the candidates for the position and the Telegraph reported on Thursday that the Frenchman...

Will Allardyce's pragmatic approach bring England success?

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Alejandro Moreno debate whether Sam Allardyce is the right fit for England.

A disastrous and meek second round exit to Iceland in Euro 2016 brought a natural end to Roy Hodgson's reign as England manager. His contract was expiring anyway, but any hope of an extension vanished as soon as that defeat went final. England, once more, failed to prove a sum greater than their parts, and Hodgson's four-year tenure was consigned to history.

That he had presided over not one, but two specifically underwhelming tournaments -- World Cup 2014 was even worse, as England failed to get out of the group -- reflected a change in the status of the role. Previous incumbents would likely have been chased out after that World Cup through media pressure, but Hodgson stayed on. The reason? Then, like now, the list of potential candidates to take over is short and not particularly attractive. A mild public clamour for an Englishman to lead the English national team shrunk a list of candidates even further , and the Football Association stuck to that wish by appointing 61-year-old Sam Allardyce. He has never before found himself seriously considered for a top job, and spells at Bolton, Newcastle, Blackburn, West Ham and Sunderland have usually found him managing in the middle to bottom tier of the Premier League.

Let's take a look at how Allardyce is likely to approach his new role, how his style might fit around personnel and predict how the successful his tenure might be.

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