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Germany Jul 5, 2014
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 Posted by Julien Laurens
Aug 13, 2014

Remembering Ribery for les Bleus

ESPN FC's Stuart Holden comments on Franck Ribery's retirement from international play.

So this is it. At 31, Franck Ribéry has announced his retirement from international football two months after France shone at the World Cup and reached the quarterfinals without him. The timing is surely not the best as Samir Nasri got there first, a few days ago. But also because in two years time, France hosts the 2016 Euro and Ribéry could certainly have played some part in it. Deschamps, for sure, still counted on him and so did the other players for whom today's news has come a...

 Posted by Julien Laurens
Jul 10, 2014

Les Bleus to watch this transfer season

Paul Pogba vies for breakout player with his World Cup performance thus far.

If you are a Tottenham fan, you woke up to some great news this morning: French goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has signed a new five-year contract at the club. The France captain spoke to Mauricio Pochettino, the new Spurs manager, and the Argentinean convinced him to commit his future to the north London club.

Of course it doesn't mean that Lloris will spend the next five years at White Hart Lane. But it is a great sign that he believes the club is aiming in the right direction to break again in t...

 Posted by Jonathan Johnson
Jul 5, 2014

Assessment: France's future is bright

France exited the World Cup after promising more against Germany in the quarterfinals. ESPNFC blogger Jonathan Johnson gives his verdict on the brighter points of the campaign as well as what went wrong.

One sentence: World Cup recap

A promising campaign with vibrant early displays won many admirers before France's collective inexperience told.

Star Man

Although Karim Benzema was top scorer for the French in Brazil -- netting three times and laying on another three goals in the first two games ...

 Posted by Julien Laurens
Jul 5, 2014

France's future bright despite exit

The ESPN FC World Cup Encore panel weigh in on Karim Benzema's performance against Germany.

The dust has settled a little now. The disappointment is still there, they have a few regrets, but the French players are going home. On Saturday evening, they will land at Bourget airport, near Paris, and each of the 23 squad members and staff will go their own way. Their World Cup is finished, the dream is over. It has been a good ride, though, a very positive six weeks, but the way France went out has left the bitter taste in the mouth of the players and the fans.

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 Posted by Raphael Honigstein
Jul 5, 2014

Germany come of age with glory in sight

Alexi Lalas argues that this is Germany's best chance to finally get over the semifinal threshold and win their fourth World Cup.

RIO DE JANEIRO -- Wolfgang Niersbach had a straightforward explanation for Germany's 1-0 win over France at the Maracana. "More important than any [tactical] set-up is the mindset," the German FA chairman insisted after Joachim Low's team had secured a fourth consecutive semifinal appearance at a World Cup.

Most observers will balk at such a simplistic assessment. But Thomas Muller, a player who can come up with interesting answers to even the most banal questions, took the same line. Quizzed ab...