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Evolving Spain bring Croatia down to earth

Luis Enrique described it as the perfect start after Spain backed up their win over England with a 6-0 demolition of Croatia on Tuesday. Spain were three up at half-time against the World Cup runners-up thanks to Marco Asensio's two long-range strikes, the second going in off goalkeeper Lovre Kalinic, and an early header from Saul Niguez. Asensio then laid on three more goals in the second half as Rodrigo Moreno, Sergio Ramos and Isco completed a statement victory in Elche. Luis Enrique took charge after the humiliating exit to Russia at the World Cup had left Spain doubting the...


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Giggs backed as the right man for Wales job by Allen

Joe Allen has backed Wales coach Ryan Giggs' leadership and says it has been a great experience working under the Manchester United legend. Wales have not had a year to remember after missing out on promotion in the Nations League last week against Denmark and losing to Albania 1-0 in a friendly on Tuesday. A second-half penalty consigned Wales to defeat, meaning that they end Giggs’ first year in charge with back-to-back defeats. Editors' Picks Sorry, Jurgen, but the Nations League is anything but 'pointless'! Low out! Germany must sack coach after horrific 2018 Van Dijk consoles crying Hategan in...
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Who is French wonderkid Jean-Clair Todibo? From car crash horror to Juventus transfer target

There can be little doubt as to the identity of the defensive revelation of the season in France. Jean-Clair Todibo had not played a professional match before the beginning of the 2018-19 campaign, yet moved to rapidly established himself as a key figure for Toulouse in the opening quarter of the season. The 18-year-old has played 10 matches for the Pink City club, even getting his first professional goal in September – a late equaliser against Rennes that underlined his importance to the side. And yet, for the promising centre-back, his career could have gone off the rails before it...
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Hot dog stocks and snowploughs: life as a Premier League stadium manager

Last season was the first in a decade where my life has not been dictated by the fixture list. This isn’t because I’ve fallen out of love with the game. Quite the opposite. I’ve enjoyed watching more football than I have for some time. Before a recent change of career I worked for two clubs, most recently as venue manager. Being a full-time employee of a professional football club normally means making yourself available for every single home game, every year. There’s no prospect of a mid-season holiday booking or a day off to attend a relative’s wedding. And don’t...

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Germany face tough Euro 2020 path after Poland draw in Portugal

Germany will be drawn into a tough European Championship qualifying group after Poland picked up a draw in Portugal to clinch the final place in Pot 1. Joachim Löw's side will be in a group with either Switzerland, Portugal, the Netherlands, England, Belgium, France, Spain, Italy, Croatia or Poland as punishment for a poor Nations League campaign, which saw them finish bottom of their group and failing to win a game. Germany, who threw away a 2-0 lead in the final five minutes against the Netherlands on Monday, will still be confident of qualifying for the pan-European finals in summer...
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Gordon Taylor, the world’s ruliest rulers and an attempted PFA coup

How distressing to find this column’s old friend Gordon Taylor . The boss of the Professional Footballers’ Association is reputedly the highest-paid union official in the galaxy, taking home £2.29m last year, and has ruled for four decades (three years as chairman and 37 years as chief executive.) Yet those of us fervently hoping for him to surpass Fidel Castro (52 years) in the annals of absolute power may be disappointed if upstart general Ben Purkiss has his way. Last week, Purkiss – who is the PFA chairman – of how the union is run. “The PFA needs to evolve...
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India vs Australia: India Lose 1st T20I Despite Shikhar Dhawan Heroics Read In Bengali | বাংলা

A sloppy India failed to get an ideal start to the Australia tour, losing the rain-hit opening T20 International by four runs at the Gabba in Brisbane on Wednesday. India first faltered in the field, letting Australia score 158 for four after rain shortened the contest to 17 overs a side. Glenn Maxwell was the star batsman for Australia, hammering 46 runs off 24 balls. The 45 minute rain stoppage meant India were set a revised target of 174 runs in 17 overs. Opener Shikhar Dhawan smashed a sublime 76 off 42 balls in the run chase before Dinesh Karthik...