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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Euro 2016 countdown as France prepares to host summer showdown

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop has selected his pick for Euro 2016.

The countdown starts now ... Just 50 days remain until Euro 2016 kicks off and ESPN FC have specialised bloggers covering all the countries. Here are their pre-tournament thoughts:

ALBANIA: After narrowly losing to Austria in a revealing pre-tournament friendly, an air of uncertainty hangs around the Albanian national team. Supporters know their side harbour no inferiority complex in confronting more seasoned European nations. Yet some fans question if this side will be brave enough to topple...

Mario Gomez revival leading Besiktas to title, back in Germany fold

Mario Gomez
Mario Gomez has shown that he is back to his best.

The Turkish Super Lig made a few headlines during the summer transfer window, with top strikers heading for new adventures in the twilight of their careers. Robin van Persie was surprisingly lured from Manchester United to Fenerbahce, along with Nani; Lukas Podolski joined Galatasaray from Arsenal after a disastrous loan spell at Inter Milan; while Samuel Eto'o added another twist to his unpredictable journey by signing for Antalyaspor.

Germany international Mario Gomez was probably considered the...

 By Chris Wright

Germany team immortalised in Lego

As rumoured earlier this year, the DFB has teamed up with Lego to produce a full set of collectible mini-figures based on the Germany national side.

The news was revealed by the Germany team's official Twitter account, who posted a brief clip of what appears to be the Sami Khedira and Jogi Low mini-figures sharing a celebratory high-five.

According to The Brick Fan,...

Germany thrash Italy but Euro 2016 is foremost in their thoughts

The ESPN FC team discuss Germany's strengths and weaknesses heading into Euro 2016.
Germany cruised to a comfortable 4-1 win over Italy at the Allianz Arena.

It was the biggest win in 67 years against the team that Germans want to beat more than any other. And yet, Tuesday night's 4-1 over Antonio Conte's Italy didn't really cause too much excitement in Munich.

The atmosphere at the Allianz Arena was mostly flat and, after the game, Joachim Low and his players didn't talk about feelings or history but concentrated on tactical details. Even Bild passed up the opportunity to celebrate the victory -- or to poke fun at the Italians -- and instead went with...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Neville sacked, Messi hits 50 for Argentina, U.S. hit back

ESPN FC's Bob Ley and Kasey Keller share their takeaways from the USMNT's 4-0 thrashing of Guatemala in Columbus, Ohio.

Here are the latest stories from Wednesday.

VALENCIA: The Spanish club have sacked Gary Neville as manager. The Englishman took over in December but won just three out of 16 league games. In all competitions, Neville's record was 10 wins, seven draws and 11 defeats.

ARGENTINA: Lionel Messi has become just the second Argentina player in history to score 50 international goals after netting against Bolivia on Wednesday. Messi, 28, struck in the 30th minute of the 2018 World Cup qualifier at the...

England have much to prove, Germany transition, Brazil World Cup worry

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop explain what England's win over Germany means to their Euro 2016 preparations.

Nobody reacts to football results in the extreme, knee-jerk way that the English media does.

Lose and everything is bleak. Roy Hodgson can't manage, while the players are either spoiled, lazy brats or stiffs who aren't good enough and the entire English game is due a massive "root and branch" -- yes, that's the sort of terminology the country's Football Association likes to use -- review.

Win -- even if it's in a prestige friendly such as Saturday's 3-2 victory against Germany -- and there's talk...