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Horncastle: Italy roll dice on Conte

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Fire Klinsmann? Klopp to win Prem? Mourinho's future, Wales in Euro '16

United States head coach Jurgen Klinsmann reacts to his side's 3-2 defeat by Mexico, comments on his players' performance and responds to comments made about the future of his job.

Football always inspires debate, and this weekend was no exception. Here are five burning questions on the ESPN FC radar.

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Jurgen Klinsmann and the United States suffered a 3-2 extra time loss to rival Mexico in the CONCACAF Cup, ending the Yanks' hopes of playing in the 2017 Confederations Cup. Paired with the Stars and Stripes' disappointing showing in the Gold Cup this summer, is it time to move on from Klinsmann?

Should Jurgen Klinsmann get fired as U.S. manager?


Italy qualify for Euro 2016 but are they improving under Antonio Conte?

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol discusses Italy and Wales qualifying for the Euro 2016, this will be the first appearance in the Euro Championship for the Welsh since 1976.

"We're there," announced the front page of La Gazzetta dello Sport. Italy stamped their tickets for next summer's Euro 2016 with a 3-1 win over Azerbaijan on the banks of the Caspian Sea in Baku on Saturday evening.

Should they avoid defeat to Norway in Rome on Tuesday, head coach Antonio Conte and his players will qualify as winners of Group H. A win would likely affect a bounce in their current FIFA ranking of 17th and improve their chances of being seeded for the tournament.

Of course, as...

With Italy's national team struggling, Pelle might be Azzurri's savior

Graziano Pelle scored a late winner to give Italy three crucial points in a 1-0 victory over Malta in Euro 2016 qualifying Group H.

Graziano Pelle is quite the forgetful man. Italy's Euro 2016 qualifier against Malta on Thursday had barely finished when a reporter from national broadcaster Rai thrust a microphone in the striker's face and asked him which part of his body he had used to score the Azzurri's only goal, which won the game. "I don't remember," replied Pelle. "I'd have to watch a replay first."

Those of us who had already seen the TV footage knew that Pelle had diverted Antonio Candreva's cross into the net with an...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo behind Diego Godin for most minutes played

Diego Godin must continue his superb form for Atletico if Uruguay is to contend for top honors this summer.
Diego Godin celebrates after scoring for Atletico Madrid against Real Madrid in the 2014 Champions League final.

There's been a lot of football played over the past two years, and one player leads the way in minutes played by some considerable distance. This player has effectively played over four more games than any other. 

He has led his team to La Liga glory, to the verge of ultimate European glory and has taken over the captaincy of his country.

But while he plays in Spain, he isn't one of the biggest stars of the world game at Barcelona or Real Madrid. 

In first place is Atletico Madrid...

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Andros Townsend saves Roy Hodgson as England draw with Italy

Andros Townsend equalises late for England as they play out a 1-1 draw with Italy in Turin.

Three points on the 1-1 friendly draw between Italy and England on Tuesday.

1. Townsend saves England

Andros Townsend is a confirmed favourite of England manager Roy Hodgson. No wonder, since the Tottenham winger was the wild card who inspired his country at the tail end of qualification for the last World Cup. Hodgson wanted to take Townsend to Brazil before injury intervened, and the manager's admiration can only have been enhanced by Townsend's thrilling equaliser in Turin.

Townsend's 79th-minute,...

Vazquez could use Italy call-up to prove success isn't limited to Palermo

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Mark Donaldson preview the international friendly between Italy and England in Turin.
Argentinian-born Franco Vazquez could make his Italy debut vs. England on Tuesday.

Franco Vázquez will become the latest member of Italy's national team if he takes to the field against England in Turin on Tuesday. The Argentinian-born attacking midfielder, whose mother hails from Padua in northern Italy, has enjoyed an excellent season in Serie A with Palermo with seven goals and nine assists and is expected to make his debut off the bench for Antonio Conte's side.

Vázquez was born in Tanti, Córdoba province to an Italian mother and Argentinian father. He grew...