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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

England lose 3-1 to Italy, both teams out; Portugal, Sweden draw to advance

A brace from Marco Benassi earned Italy a 3-1 victory over England but was not enough to advance to the semi-finals of the U-21 European Championships.

England have once again fallen short at a major tournament after Gareth Southgate's side capitulated against Italy. The Young Lions' 3-1 defeat means a third successive group-stage exit at the Under-21 European Championship.

A year to the day since a goalless draw with Costa Rica rubber-stamped the senior team's disastrous World Cup, the new generation blew a golden opportunity to progress to the semifinals in the Czech Republic.

England's destiny was in their own hands after the last-gasp win against...

 By Ben Gladwell

Damiano Tommasi to return to pitch with San Marino club La Fiorita

The president of the Italian professional footballers association (AIC), Damiano Tommasi, is to take part in next season's Europa League at the age of 41 after signing on for San Marino club La Fiorita.

Tommasi, who ended his professional playing career at Chinese club Tianjin Teda six years ago, is to make a return to the game when La Fiorita face Vaduz in the first qualifying round for next season's Europa League.

"It's going to be an opportunity for my children to see me play, considering it's...

 By Ben Gladwell

Parma declared bankrupt, face relegation to amateur leagues

ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Mark Donaldson react to Parma FC's current troubles as the club has gone bankrupt and could face Serie D relegation.

Italian club Parma have announced bankruptcy after the last remaining potential investor pulled out of buying the debt-stricken club only hours before a deadline to complete a deal with the club's administrators.

Parma were officially declared bankrupt earlier this year, although the Lega Serie A advanced a relegation parachute payment to enable them to reach the end of the season.

They were relegated to Serie B, but after Parma confirmed that no parties had come forward to buy the club and take...