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26 African nations won't back Sheikh Salman at FIFA - Musa Bility

The African football confederation announced its support for Bahrain's Sheikh Salman Al Khalifa in the upcoming FIFA presidential election.
Star support including Jose Mourinho were on hand for FIFA presidential candidate Gianni Infantino at his event in London.
FIFA presidential candidate Gianni Infantino says he wants responsibility of restoring football's image as FIFA president.

MONROVIA, Liberia -- At least 26 African countries will defy their continental confederation and not vote for Sheikh Salman of Bahrain in the FIFA presidential election, the outspoken head of the Liberia football federation said on Monday.

Musa Bility, who himself failed an integrity check to stand in the Feb. 26 election, said he had spoken to representatives of nearly half of Confederation of African Football members.

"Let me tell you" they won't back Salman, Bility told The Associated Press.

Liberia...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Joachim Low says Germany ready to win 'balanced' Group C at Euro 2016

Israel Dehesa reports on Germany's group for Euros 2016 and maintains that they're still a top contender.

Joachim Low says Germany have no room for error after being drawn against Poland, Ukraine and Northern Ireland in Euro 2016 Group C.

The World Cup champions will try to win their first continental title since 1996, but Low said they must first focus on the group stage, which the nation failed to escape in 2000 and 2004.

"We have a rather balanced group which we have to win," Low said. "We will concentrate from the very first game.

"Poland are a great side but Ukraine and Northern Ireland can be difficult...

Euro 2016 draw: England to play Wales, Belgium drawn against Italy

ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Dan Thomas give their reactions to the Euro 2016 draw.

England and Wales have been drawn together in the same group at Euro 2016, while Belgium and Italy will also meet in France next summer. 

Wales are competing in only their second major finals, after qualifying for the 1958 World Cup. Gareth Bale's team will meet neighbours England in the second match of Group B, which takes place in Lens on Thursday, June 16. Russia and debutants Slovakia complete the group.

Belgium, currently world No. 1 in the FIFA Ranking, will take on Italy -- who lost to...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

Euro 2016: How the draw works for next summer's finals

The ESPN FC crew don't expect any upsets at Euro 2016, listing the usual suspects as potential winners.
ESPN FC's Stewart Robson discusses Ireland's qualification into Euro 2016 following a 3-1 aggregate win over Bosnia.
Jon Walters reacts to Ireland's qualification into Euro 2016 following his two goals against Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Hosts France will be joined by holders Spain plus Germany, England, Portugal and Belgium as the six seeded nations at Euro 2016. France will automatically be drawn into position A1, playing their games in Paris, Marseille and Lille, with the other seeds placed into position 1 of groups B through to F.

The nations in pots 2 to 4 will be randomly drawn into a position in each group to create the fixture programme for the group stage of the finals. The draw ceremony begins at 5 p.m. GMT on Saturday,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

France play on after Paris attacks but lose friendly against England

France and England fans unite at Wembley to sing the French national anthem ahead of their international friendly.

Dele Alli and Wayne Rooney scored as England defeated France 2-0 in a friendly at Wembley on Tuesday, four days after the attacks in Paris.

England controlled much of the action after a rousing national anthem that saw England fans sing "La Marseillaise" in support of the French.

Tottenham's Alli scored his first goal for England in the 39th minute with a sharp shot from outside the area that took a slight deflection.

Rooney, whose earlier opportunity to open the scoring skewed just wide, did find...