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 By PA Sport

Wales' Neil Taylor gets two-game ban for Seamus Coleman tackle

The FC crew lambaste the scoreless draw between Ireland and Wales, and react to Seamus Coleman's horrific injury.

Wales defender Neil Taylor has been banned for two games for the tackle that left Republic of Ireland captain Seamus Coleman with a double leg break.

Taylor was sent off in the 69th-minute of the goalless World Cup qualifying draw between the Republic and Wales at Dublin's Aviva Stadium on March 24, and was therefore due to serve an automatic one-match suspension, but FIFA's disciplinary committee have increased Taylor's sanction to two matches.

The Football Association of Wales said in a statement...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico to play Croatia, Ireland in tuneups for World Cup qualifying

Dos Santos Osorio training
Mexico will play Croatia in Los Angeles on May 27.

The Mexico national team will warm up for a packed summer schedule with friendlies against Croatia in Los Angeles on May 27 and the Republic of Ireland in New Jersey on June 1.

The games -- in L.A. Memorial Coliseum and MetLife Stadium -- will help prepare Juan Carlos Osorio's team for World Cup qualifiers against Honduras on June 6 and the United States on June 10 in Mexico City.

The official FIFA international calendar runs from June 5-13, although some or all of Mexico's Europe-based players...

 By Chris Wright

Robbie Keane shows son who's boss in garden kickabout/life lesson

Drew Brees sends Southampton his well wishes, Robbie Keane doesn't let up versus his young son and more in The Sweeper.

Messing around in the garden with his son, Robbie Keane was suddenly struck down by a chronic case of CDS -- Competitive Dad Syndrome.

What started as a gentle kickabout quickly got serious when the former Republic of Ireland striker belted a shot past his boy and into the top corner.

Keane's reaction, hilariously, was somewhat less than magnanimous.

"What do you say about that, little Keano?"

Somebody's got to teach the lad that life can be harsh -- who better than Robbie Keane?

Chris covers the funny side of the game for ESPN FC in the Toe Poke blog.