Wednesday, 1 April 2015

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The 64-year-old saw his side lose for a second consecutive game against Holland following on from their World Cup thrashing last summer

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The Three Lions' 1-1 draw with Italy in Turin on Tuesday night highlighted why the manager should not be offered a new contract in the immediate future

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COMMENT: Vicente del Bosque's side produced a dismal display against an out-of-form Dutch team in Amsterdam and are unlikely to challenge for the Euros on this evidence

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Fernando Santos' selection experiment failed miserably as goals from Odiar Fortes and Gege earned the Blue Sharks a historic victory over an inexperienced Seleccao squad

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Fernando Santos's side were stunned by their African opponents - the first time they've lost to a nation from the continent since a 1986 defeat to Morocco

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COMMENT: His old club captains ensured the Azzurri did not suffer vengeance at the hands of England but his turbulent return to Turin has simply posed more questions

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The Selecao No.1 believes their eight consecutive victories have seen them regain the confidence of the fans and is looking forward to a strong Copa America campaign

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The Africa Cup of Nations runners-up were the better side for much of the game but were denied victory late on

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Goals from Stefan de Vrij and Davy Klaassen wrapped up a friendly win for Oranje, with a bright performance from young Memphis Depay giving the home fans plenty to smile about

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The Oranje coach was under pressure prior to the game, but his side continued their recent success over Vicente Del Bosque's side to give him breathing space

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The defender has admitted he is considering his future but moved quickly to deny reports that he had made a deal with Sir Alex Ferguson

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The Argentina boss says he will wait until the last minute before deciding if his side's talisman has recovered from a foot injury to face Ecuador

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The Barcelona talisman is leading the way for attackers so far this year, with Arjen Robben and Bas Dost following in second and third respectively

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The Palermo president warned potential suitors that they must fork out at least €40 million for the highly coveted attacker, but says he wants to stay in Italy