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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Ronaldo, Messi and Neymar up for 2017 Best FIFA Men's Player award

Craig Burley sounds off on the absurdity of individual awards after the shortlist for Best FIFA Men's Player was revealed.
As FIFA announce the three candidates for awards including best player and best manger, see who's being tipped for success.
The FC crew assess Real Madrid's slow start to the season and the growing concerns surrounding the club.

Cristiano Ronaldo could be named Best FIFA Men's Player for the second year running after being included in the final shortlist for the 2017 award along with Lionel Messi and Neymar.

The trio had been named in an initial 24-man list of nominees last month and will now battle it out for the prize when it is handed out at the Best FIFA Football Awards ceremony on Oct. 23 in London. The award, which covers the period of Nov. 20, 2016, to July 2, 2017, is voted for by national team coaches, captains,...

 By James Tyler

The weird and wonderful world of Cristiano Ronaldo's endorsements

If you want to be the best, like Cristiano Ronaldo, you've got to sell the best.

It's hard being Cristiano Ronaldo. He's won just about every individual honor, accolade and prize there is to win, as well as a fistful of league titles in England and Spain, more than a couple of Champions League trophies, Euro 2016 with Portugal and a partridge in a pear tree.

But there's more to being a global football megastar than simply what you do on the pitch. Your work away from the stadium -- you know, the merchandise you sell and the many products and brands that you believe are befitting...

Germany top FIFA World Ranking over Brazil as Portugal, Belgium rise

Joachim Low believes the German fans who sung offensive chants during his side's win over the Czech Republic were an embarrassment to the country.

Germany will return to the top of the FIFA World Ranking when the new standings are published on Sept. 14.

The world champions beat Czech Republic and Norway in World Cup qualifying this week, while former No. 1 side Brazil beat Ecuador but surrendered their place at the summit after being held to a 1-1 draw in Colombia.

Argentina's slide continues after they failed to win either of their games to leave their place at the World Cup in doubt, dropping one place to fourth -- the first time they have...