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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

2018 World Cup: Who has qualified for the finals in Russia next year

Final grid for 2018 World Cup Russia
With 32 teams having qualified, the field for the 2018 World Cup in Russia is set.

Qualifying for the 2018 World Cup, which began on March 12, 2015, is over with the final 32 teams now known. The seeded draw pots can be seen in full here.

Qualified nations: Russia (hosts), Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Denmark, Egypt, England, France, Germany, Iceland, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Panama, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Serbia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, Uruguay.

UEFA PLAYOFFS...

 By Michael Cox

Kane, Alli and Sterling are England certainties but Southgate lacks a core

Traditionally in English football, positions and roles are assigned not just according to technical and physical skills, but also by reliability, durability and consistency.

Conventional wisdom suggests there are certain positions where you field solid, no-nonsense players, and largely attempt to keep a settled side: goalkeeper, centre-back, central midfield. Wide players are considered inconsistent and replaceable. Centre-forwards blow hot and cold. Creative midfielders? Well, they should consider...

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Fastest goals in World Cup, Champions League and Premier League

English Premier League: Christian Eriksen (1') Tottenham 1-0 Manchester United

Christian Eriksen's 11 second strike for Tottenham against Manchester United on Wednesday was the third fastest goal in Premier League history. But who else has scored one of the quickest goals of all-time?

8.1 seconds: Christian Benteke (Belgium 6-0 Gibraltar, World Cup qualifier 2017)

Belgium striker Benteke registered the fastest international goal of all time with his 8.1 second effort and it was even more impressive because Gibraltar started with the ball in the centre circle.

The hosts,...

Fernando Hierro reappointed Spanish Football Association sporting director

Fernando Hierro (left) made 439 appearances for Real Madrid between 1989 and 2003.

The Spanish Football Association has re-appointed former Spain and Real Madrid defender Fernando Hierro as its sporting director.

Hierro held the post between 2007 and 2011, during which time the national team tasted victory at the 2008 European Championships and the World Cup two years later.

The Spanish FA (RFEF) announced his return on its official website on Thursday.

Hierro was the coach of Segunda Division Real Oviedo last season, but left the club by mutual consent in the summer.

 By Ben Gladwell

Italian FA chief Carlo Tavecchio slams Gian Piero Ventura's team selection

With Serie A fans calling for a strike, Steve Nicol and Mark Donaldson delve into Carlo Tavecchio's standing with the Italian FA.

Italian FA president Carlo Tavecchio blamed manager Gian Piero Ventura for getting his team selection wrong as Italy failed to qualify for the World Cup.

Ventura was sacked on Wednesday, 48 hours after Italy missed a World Cup for the first time in six decades.

"It was a technical debacle," Tavecchio told Mediaset's Le Iene programme." It was a technical mistake in how the team was picked.

"I've not slept for four days. We played badly. We needed to get past them [Sweden] -- all 1.90 metres tall...