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A tribute to Brazil legend and 1970 World Cup hero Carlos Alberto

Steve Nicol and Stewart Robson reflect back on the memorable career of the late Carlos Alberto.

The man who scored the perfect goal has died.

Carlos Alberto Torres, captain of Brazil's 1970 World Cup winning team, passed away in his native Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday at the age of 72. And if Saint Peter is a football fan, then Carlos Alberto will not have the slightest problem getting through the pearly gates. Because in magnificent style he rounded off one of the game's most iconic, most joyful moments.

Encapsulated in a few seconds towards the end of the 1970 World Cup final are all the elements...

Wayne Rooney captain debate is silly, Kimmich ace for Germany, Spain OK

ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Wayne Rooney's current form and style of play slow down the youngsters in the England squad.

One of the side effects of living in London and caring about football is that you're never far away from the Wayne Rooney debate. That applies to both versions: the Manchester United one and the England one, which has the delightful coda of also being a captaincy debate.

With this being an international break, the focus was firmly on the latter. Some papers called for him being stripped of the captaincy in favor of John Stones. Others revealed that he was going to be dropped for Tuesday's clash...

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Trending: Barcelona's Gerard Pique to call time on Spain career after Russia

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer takes us on a journey through a special international break edition of the Sweeper.
Spain finally found their rhythm in the second half with goals from Diego Costa and Nolito to down Albania 2-0.

Here are the latest stories for Monday.

SPAIN: Gerard Pique says the 2018 World Cup in Russia will be his final tournament with Spain because he feels he is not wanted in the national team by some.

- AS has apologised to Pique for fuelling the suggestion he had cut the Spain colours off his sleeves while playing for La Roja on Sunday. 

- Spain and Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos will miss a month of action after suffering a knee injury in La Roja's 2-0 defeat of Albania in World...

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Trending: Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger not a fit for England - Robert Pires

Alejandro Moreno equates Arsene Wenger's time with Arsenal to a long-standing relationship you just can't walk away from.

Here are the latest stories for Thursday.

ENGLAND: Robert Pires believes Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger may be turned off the England job by a lack of hands-on management, adding: "I don't know what happens but it would be a good opportunity for England, I don't know [if it would be] for Arsene Wenger."

- John Stones says under-fire Wayne Rooney remains key for England in this period of change for the national team and their captain, calling the skipper a "massive" part of the team.

- Association...

Italy and Spain's new bosses signal that international jobs have lost lustre

It is the glamour game of this week's international programme. Italy and Spain are two of the last three world champions. Between them, they have won five World Cups and four European Championships, while reaching a further five finals.  

Their respective national teams possess remarkable records but, thus far, Julen Lopetegui and Giampiero Ventura do not. If it will feel incongruous to see them on the touchline in Turin on Thursday, it is because it is. When they met in Euro 2016, they were...

Italy have no margin for error as they bid to recreate Spain win from Euros

"Thank goodness they'll finally be on my side," Italy coach Giampiero Ventura joked with centre-back Andrea Barzagli ahead of the 2018 World Cup qualifier with Spain.

For five years while he was in charge of Torino, the 68-year-old was whistled by fans at the J Stadium. Juventus supporters don't like their neighbours and they certainly didn't like it when Ventura's side gave them a scare in a 2-1 win on Halloween last year, not to mention the season before when Bruno Peres ran the length of the...