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Time catching up with prodigies Wayne Rooney and Cesc Fabregas

Alison Bender and Don Hutchison discuss the next steps in Wayne Rooney's career.
Shaka Hislop is not convinced by Cesc Fabregas this season and believes he's no longer the player he was two years ago.
Craig Burley has no sympathy for Wayne Rooney and says better players simply have taken his place.

They are the prodigies who are starting to resemble footballing pensioners, the supposed superstars who tend to be substitutes. When Cesc Fabregas and Wayne Rooney meet on Sunday, it will surely be as big names with bit-part roles at best. Barring late cameos, Chelsea against Manchester United will probably proceed without them.

Constants in such glamour games may be able to commiserate with one another. They have been downgraded and demoted, their deteriorating fortunes broadcast to a global audience...

Why Gerard Pique decided to mark 2018 as his time to retire from Spain

As Gerard Pique announces his retirement from international football, we look back at his career on and off of the pitch.

The offices that house Gerard Pique's Kerad Games, employing some thirty or so bright young men and women to keep his Golden Manager online football game successfully expanding, are plush and located within a long goal kick of the FC Barcelona training ground. In the modern vogue, they are a mix of open-plan and glass-walled executive offices but there are touches of flair: a carpet made out of the latest 4G artificial turf, table tennis, a "substitutes' bench" along one wall where people can wait...

Wayne Rooney captain debate is silly, Kimmich ace for Germany, Spain OK

ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Wayne Rooney's current form and style of play slow down the youngsters in the England squad.

One of the side effects of living in London and caring about football is that you're never far away from the Wayne Rooney debate. That applies to both versions: the Manchester United one and the England one, which has the delightful coda of also being a captaincy debate.

With this being an international break, the focus was firmly on the latter. Some papers called for him being stripped of the captaincy in favor of John Stones. Others revealed that he was going to be dropped for Tuesday's clash...

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Trending: Barcelona's Gerard Pique to call time on Spain career after Russia

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer takes us on a journey through a special international break edition of the Sweeper.
Spain finally found their rhythm in the second half with goals from Diego Costa and Nolito to down Albania 2-0.

Here are the latest stories for Monday.

SPAIN: Gerard Pique says the 2018 World Cup in Russia will be his final tournament with Spain because he feels he is not wanted in the national team by some.

- AS has apologised to Pique for fuelling the suggestion he had cut the Spain colours off his sleeves while playing for La Roja on Sunday. 

- Spain and Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos will miss a month of action after suffering a knee injury in La Roja's 2-0 defeat of Albania in World...

Diego Costa surprised with birthday cake and laptop by Spain squad

Diego Costa is a happy man. Scorer of six goals in seven Premier League appearances this season, he is in the best form of his Chelsea career and quickly becoming an important figure for Spain.

Oh, and it was his 28th birthday on Friday.

The rest of the Spain squad were keen to mark the occasion, presenting the Chelsea striker with a pretty formidable cake -- did no one tell them about Antonio Conte banning junk food this season? -- as well as chipping in to buy him a laptop.

One can only...

 By Sid Lowe

Spain's dominance undone by Italy's directness, another Sergio Ramos error

While Spain had the edge versus Italy, Ale Moreno explains Spain won't return to their best if they keep teams in matches.
Spain head coach Julen Lopetegui said he is satisfied with his side's 1-1 draw with Italy in World Cup 2018 qualifying.

There were eight minutes left when Sergio Ramos put his foot in it. Spain led 1-0, on course to become the first team to win in Italy for 17 years and the only side ever to defeat them there in a World Cup qualifier, when he stepped across Eder. It was late in Turin and so was he. The referee didn't give the penalty; his assistant did, and rightly so. Some way behind Daniele De Rossi, Alvaro Morata was pointing to which direction the penalty would go, but David De Gea didn't see him. De Rossi...