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To grow football, play more football

U-17 World Cup
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'Not just Foden, all the boys have got a medal'

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When the football took over

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To grow football, play more football

It's been an eventful week since the completion of the U-17 World Cup, the first FIFA event hosted by the Indian subcontinent. While the headlines since then have been dominated by the court ruling that removed All India Football Federation (AIFF) president Praful Patel from his post, there's a need to look beyond the immediate and see what the World Cup did for India and where Indian football can go from here.

So can the World Cup make a difference?

'The passion (for football) is growing; the access to the sport on TV is growing.'
'The passion (for football) is growing; the access to the sport on TV is growing.'

Santosh Desai, columnist and CEO of Future Brands...

Champions England dominate ESPN's U-17 World Cup Team of the tournament

England lifted their first U-17 World Cup title, capping off an incredible year of success for their junior teams, with a 5-2 win over Spain in the U-17 World Cup final in Kolkata, India over the weekend. The tournament saw record crowds and a new record for most goals at an U-17 World Cup, with several young players standing out.

Here's ESPN's pick of the stars who shone brightest -- not surprisingly, the English team features quite prominently -- and when you read news about some of these names...

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Antonio Conte: England team has very bright future after string of youth wins

Philip Foden was describing the feeling of winning the U17 World Cup when his team decided to bring the celebrations to him.

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has said he feels England's outstanding run of youth team success means the country will have a future senior side that will be "very difficult to beat."

England's under-17s were crowned world champions after coming back from 2-0 down to beat Spain 5-2 in a thrilling final in Kolkata on Saturday.

In June, the under-20s won their version of the World Cup, the under-19s were crowned European champions in July and the U17s were runners-up in May's Euros.

And Conte, whose...

 By PA Sport

England's trophy-winning youngsters can boost senior side - Steve Cooper

Philip Foden was describing the feeling of winning the U17 World Cup when his team decided to bring the celebrations to him.

England Under-17 World Cup-winning manager Steve Cooper has said Gareth Southgate's senior side have every chance of benefiting from the youngsters' success.

The U17s were crowned world champions after coming back from 2-0 down to beat Spain 5-2 in Kolkata on Saturday.

In June, England's U20s won their version of the World Cup, the U19s were crowned European champions in July while the U17s were runners-up in May's Euros.

Next summer's World Cup in Russia may come too early for these youngsters,...