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What's wrong with Sanchez? Even Mourinho doesn't know

Alexis Sanchez has been terrible since joining Man United and, based on inside sources at Old Trafford, no one knows how to get him back on track.

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Inside France's break: Comebacks, bling, Deschamps' birthday

The France national team had an eventful international break complete with epic comebacks, Pogba's bling idea and a happy 50th for Deschamps.

Neymar: We give our lives for this jersey

Brazilian star Neymar says he and his teammates would give their all for national jersey after beating Argentina 1-0 in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday.

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Football Agents: Contract talks hit a snag

The Exploding Heads try their hand as football agents, playing chess with Trent Alexander-Arnold and negotiating a new deal with Aaron Ramsey.

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McBride: Can't say enough about Save the Crew movement

Former Crew SC forward Brian McBride reacts to the news the club appear set to remain in Columbus and discusses their path forward in the city.

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U.S. finally has hope in Sargent, Weah and Amon

Against Peru, each player showed flashes of the kind of ability that has the U.S. fan base excited. Just don't expect too much too soon.

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U.S. attack shows potential but problems persist vs. Peru

The young U.S. attack hinted at what it could be one day, but failure to keep possession and late-game inexperience proved costly vs. Peru.

United States 1-1 Peru: USMNT hold on for draw

Josh Sargent got the U.S. off and running with his second international goal, but a second-half surge from Peru saw them snatch a late draw.

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A day in the life of an American Outlaw

ESPN's proud Scotsman Mark Donaldson ditches the Tartan Army for the American Outlaws and comes to find out he fits in perfectly.

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Twellman: U.S. need to create more chances during run of play

Taylor Twellman argues the USMNT are too reliant on defending and set pieces, wishing they would take it to their opponents by throwing numbers forward.

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Sargent: Coach Sarachan came up with set-piece play

U.S. goalscorer Josh Sargent breaks down his opening goal, crediting interim coach Dave Sarachan with hatching the plan for the set piece at training.

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Flores finds a late equalizer for Peru

International Friendly: Edison Flores (86') United States 1-1 Peru

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Sargent nets breakthrough goal for U.S.

International Friendly: Joshua Sargent (49') United States 1-0 Peru

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France 2-1 Germany: Germany staring down relegation

Germany won't be appearing in the Nations League finals this summer as they fall 2-1 to France and face the prospect of relegation from League A.

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Belgium 1-1 Netherlands: Honours even in Brussels

Dries Mertens opened the scoring for Belgium, but it was Arnaut Groeneveld who delivered the equaliser in his first senior appearance for the Netherlands.

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Rep. of Ireland 0-1 Wales: Wilson free-kick gives Wales edge

Liverpool youngster Harry Wilson scored his second sensational free kick of the season help Wales win out a cagey match at against hosts Ireland.

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Ukraine 1-0 Czech Republic: Ukraine secure promotion

Ruslan Malinovsky's first-half guaranteed the Ukraine top-spot in their UEFA Nations League group and promotion into the top tier.

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Denmark 2-0 Austria: Lerager lifts Danes

Lukas Lerager netted a top-corner strike and Martin Braithwaite added a goal in second-half stoppage time as Denmark cruised to a win over Austria.

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Sweden 1-1 Slovakia: Spoils shared in Solna

John Guidetti's persistence paid off as he got the opener for Sweden, but Slovakia's Albert Rusnak leveled the score late on with a superb strike.

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Norway 1-0 Bulgaria: Norway top group

Norway are ahead of Bulgaria on goal difference in their League C group.

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Gibraltar 2-1 Liechtenstein: Back-to-back wins

Gibraltar win their second match in a row and score two goals in a match for the first time in their history.

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Latvia 0-3 Georgia: Brilliant goals pace unbeaten Georgia

Georgia make it four wins out of four with some brilliant attacking football against Latvia.

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Slovenia 1-1 Cyprus: Feisty draw

The red cards outnumbered the goals in Slovenia's heated 1-1 draw against Cyprus in Ljubljana.

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Spain 2-3 England: Sterling shines for Three Lions

Raheem Sterling ended a three-year goal drought for England with a pair of first-half goals, propelling the Three Lions to a 3-2 win against Spain.

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Bosnia-Herzegovina 2-0 Northern Ireland: Dzeko dominates

Edin Dzeko added two goals to his record tally for Bosnia and Herzegovina, which beat Northern Ireland to close in on UEFA Nations League promotion.

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LIVE Transfer Talk: Messi can leave Barcelona for free

Barcelona could lose Lionel Messi on a free transfer in 2020, as long as it's to a club that's not 'elite'. Transfer Talk LIVE has the latest.

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Transfer Rater: Lovren and Ivanovic to Barcelona

Dejan Lovren and Branislav Ivanovic to Barcelona are some of today's hot rumours, according to Football Whispers.

Transfer Rater: Sterling to Real Madrid? Lovren to Barcelona?

ESPN FC's Ale Moreno assesses the latest transfer rumours surrounding Raheem Sterling, Dejan Lovren, Arturo Vidal and many more.

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Pick the biggest favorites, not the biggest stars in fantasy soccer

Looking for the best options for your Tier 1 forward and midfielder every week? Kieran Darcy has some tips to help you make the right choice.

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Moreno: Nobody is exempt from blame at Man United

ESPN FC' Alejandro Moreno and Ross Dyer react to Paul Scholes' assertion that even Lionel Messi couldn't turn around the current Manchester United.

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A Tale of Two Teams: Sanchez with Arsenal vs. Man United

Following a glittering three and a half seasons at Arsenal, it's clear Alexis Sanchez has yet to hit his stride with Manchester United.

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Extra Time: Ancelotti a great manager? Low overstaying his welcome?

The FC guys answer your tweets on what makes a manager great, if Germany head coach Joachim Low is overstaying his welcome and much more.

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Marcotti: Absurd to fire Low after improved Germany showing

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti and Craig Burley have a heated debate on Joachim Low's future following Germany's defeat against France.

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Why Mourinho shouldn't receive a touchline ban for FA charges

Gab Marcotti calls the FA's charges against Jose Mourinho 'needless' after the Man United manager's comments were caught on camera against Newcastle.

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Should Usain Bolt make the move to Malta?

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether or not Usain Bolt should accept the offer from Champions League-chasing Valletta FC.

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Extra Time: Sergio Ramos overrated? Favorite U.S. striker?

The FC guys answer your tweets on Sergio Ramos, their favorite striker for the USMNT and much more.

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England win a 'sit-up-and-take-notice' result for Europe

The FC crew break down England's stunning win at Spain, and Jon Champion explains why the rest of Europe should take notice of the Three Lions.

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How Columbus and Austin will both get their teams

Jeff Carlisle explains the surprise change of fate in MLS that will likely see Crew SC stay in Columbus and a new club still formed in Austin.

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Germany in desperate need of change from top to bottom

Ahead of their Nations League clash against France, the FC panel assess what Germany need to do to return to their former glory.

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Foudy: USWNT have swagger they haven't had in years

The USWNT have qualified for the 2019 World Cup, and Julie Foudy explains why they might be even better than the U.S. team that won it in 2015.

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U.S.-Canada CONCACAF final marks start of next chapter

The U.S. and Canada renew their rivalry in the CONCACAF final, but with bids already in hand, all eyes are focused on the World Cup draw on Dec. 8.

With no shortage of goals, U.S. women qualify for World Cup

Sunday's 6-0 rout over Jamaica, including five goals in the first 33 minutes, was exactly how the United States needed its qualifying campaign to come to a close.

Foudy: USWNT have swagger they haven't had in years

The USWNT have qualified for the 2019 World Cup, and Julie Foudy explains why they might be even better than the U.S. team that won it in 2015.

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