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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Italy legend Andrea Pirlo gets his own day in New York City

Every legend has his day, they say (we think). And Dec. 6, 2017 will be forever known as Andrea Pirlo's in New York City.

Yes, friends, New York mayor Bill de Blasio dedicated 24 hours to our favourite midfield maestro/king of cool/whatever-the-heck-he-wants-to-be, who, playing for MLS' New York City FC, called quits on his glittering and indelible playing career last month.

Of the honour, "L'Architetto" -- classy as always -- expressed his deepest gratitude via social media, saying: "I couldn't...

 By Ben Gladwell

Argentina's Paulo Dybala: Playing for Italy would have been deceit

In an interview with ESPN FC, Lionel Messi hits back at claims he makes the decisions for Argentina.

Argentina international Paulo Dybala says he does not regret turning down the opportunity to play for Italy when he was 19.

Due to his family heritage, Dybala, 24, was sounded out about playing for Italy when he made the breakthrough at Palermo after moving from Instituto AC Cordoba in his native Argentina.

He turned down the opportunity, though, and was handed his Argentina debut in October 2015 before establishing himself alongside Lionel Messi in attack.

"I was asked to play for Italy and I was...

 By Ben Gladwell

Carlo Ancelotti fails to rule out possibility of becoming Italy boss

Shaka Hislop shares his thoughts on whether Carlo Ancelotti is the right man to bring Italy back to their former glory.

Carlo Ancelotti has appeared to backtrack on his refusal to become the new Italy coach, saying he will not "exclude the possibility."

Ancelotti recently confirmed that the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) had contacted him about succeeding Gian Piero Ventura as Italy boss, but said that he had turned down the approach as he would prefer to manage another club next season.

The former Bayern Munich coach, who was dismissed by the Bavarians earlier this season, appeared to revise that stance a little...

 By Ben Gladwell

Carlo Ancelotti rejects Italy job offer in favour of seeking club return

Shaka Hislop shares his thoughts on whether Carlo Ancelotti is the right man to bring Italy back to their former glory.
The FC crew answer your tweets on Italy's leadership, the impact a De Bruyne injury would have on Man City and more.

Carlo Ancelotti has turned down an approach from the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) to become the new Italy coach as he would prefer to find a job at club level.

The 58-year-old Italian is currently out of work after being sacked by Bayern Munich earlier this season and he had emerged as the favourite to succeed Gian Piero Ventura after he was dismissed following Italy's failure to qualify for the World Cup.

Ancelotti told RAI television on Sunday that he has been sounded out by the FIGC about...

 By Ben Gladwell

Italian football loses funds after World Cup qualification failure

The FC crew answer your tweets on Italy's leadership, the impact a De Bruyne injury would have on Man City and more.

Italian football will lose €2.6 million in funding after the national team failed to reach a World Cup finals for the first time in 60 years.

All Olympic sports receive funding from the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) with the funds based on criteria including results and success.

Italy's defeat to Sweden in a qualification playoff means the country's football association (FIGC) will be given a smaller slice of the cake, with other sports earning greater shares.

"We've got to look at Olympic...