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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Real Madrid need more consistency to win La Liga - Gareth Bale

Real Madrid were held to a 2-2 draw against Borussia Dortmund, while Juventus ran riot in a 4-0 win in Zagreb.
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Gareth Bale says Real Madrid have lacked the consistency to win La Liga during his three seasons at the club, but hopes they can achieve that under Zinedine Zidane this season.

Real finished one point behind champions Barcelona last season, and after winning the Champions League twice since joining Los Blancos in 2013, the 27-year-old hopes to lift the league title next.

"We need to be more consistent," he told Sport magazine. "We had a very good end of the season last year, but we need to be better...

 By PA Sport

Wales manager Chris Coleman dismisses talk of England role

Former England manager Steve McClaren spoke of his 'disappointment' after Sam Allardyce's resignation.
Former England manager Sam Allardyce speaks for the first time since losing the job.
FA Chairman Greg Clarke says Sam Allardyce left his position as England manager based on things he said, not performance.
FA Chairman Greg Clarke says the departure of Sam Allardyce is sad rather than embarrassing for the English FA.
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The ESPN FC crew discuss Sam Allardyce stepping down as the England manager after coaching just one game.

Wales boss Chris Coleman has quashed speculation linking him with the England managerial vacancy.

Coleman, who led Wales to the Euro 2016 semifinals, said he was "gutted" for Sam Allardyce, who lost his job after just 67 days and one game in charge.

Allardyce was forced to step down as England boss on Tuesday after just 67 days in charge, having been caught telling undercover Daily Telegraph reporters how to "get around" transfer rules.

Coleman has been linked with the role, which will be filled...

 By PA Sport

Aaron Ramsey to miss Wales' World Cup qualifiers against Austria, Georgia

Aaron Ramsey
Aaron Ramsey starred for Wales at Euro 2016.

Aaron Ramsey will again be absent when Wales continue their 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign against Austria and Georgia next week.

Ramsey, 25, has been sidelined since suffering a hamstring injury during Arsenal's 4-3 Premier League defeat against Liverpool last month.

The midfielder, who was arguably Wales' star performer during their memorable Euro 2016 campaign, has not been included in manager Chris Coleman's squad for the Austria game in Vienna next Thursday, which is followed by a game...

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Wales legend Mel Charles mourned after dying aged 81

Mel Charles represented Wales at the 1958 World Cup.

Tributes have been paid to former Wales international Mel Charles, who has died at the age of 81.

The versatile and popular player was part of Wales' 1958 World Cup squad which advanced to the quarterfinals.

He began his 20-year career with his hometown club Swansea City, netting 66 goals in 233 league appearances.

Officials at the Welsh club said that Charles -- who was the younger brother of Juventus and Leeds great John Charles -- died peacefully on Saturday.

Swansea coach Alan Curtis said Charles...

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UEFA honours Wales, Iceland fans among best Euro 2016 supporters

Iceland fans saw their team reach the last eight in France.

UEFA has honoured the fans of Wales, Iceland, Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland for their contributions to and behaviour during Euro 2016.

European football's governing body commended the four nations' supporters for the way in which they backed their teams.

Wales fans, who cheered their team all the way to the semifinals, were praised by captain Gareth Bale as a "red wall."