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Can Low turn Germany around before it's too late?

Five years after winning the World Cup, Joachim Low is running out of goodwill as German national team manager. Can he convince his bosses and the fans that he can fix things?

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LIVE Transfer Talk: Utd to spend big on trio

Manchester United are keen to shell some big-time cash for three of Portugal's new generation. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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Icardi to leave Inter? Herrera to PSG?

Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop run the rule over the latest transfer rumours in the world of football.

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Iwobi's movement and link play essential for Arsenal

Assessing a footballer's value sometimes can be as simple as looking at goal & assist totals. Arsenal's Alex Iwobi is a much more complicated case.

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Van Dijk deserves Player of the Year award

No defender has won the Footballer of the Year in England since 1989, but the Liverpool centre-back should change that this season.

Beckham or Scholes? 'You Have to Answer' with Jesse Lingard

Manchester United's Jesse Lingard is put on the spot in our latest edition of 'You Have To Answer'.

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England big board: Who is in the strongest XI?

England's future looks extremely bright thanks to their 2018 World Cup semifinal run and impressive depth. Who is in line to make the 2022 finals?

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Sterling nets hat trick, sets example for England's kids

Raheem Sterling was already a star at Man City but with a hat trick in a 5-0 rout of the Czech Republic, he showed he's ready to be one for England.

Raheem Sterling looks 'almost impossible to stop'

Shaka Hislop says the attributes that helped Raheem Sterling score his first England hat trick didn't exist in his game 18 months ago.

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