Wednesday, April 1, 2015

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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

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

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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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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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COMMENT: With an international career longer than David Beckham's but involving fewer games than Kieron Dyer's, now is the time for the Man Utd man to control the midfield

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COMMENT: Vicente del Bosque's side won the World Cup by beating the Dutch in South Africa in 2010 but were humbled by the men in orange in Brazil last summer

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Goal takes a look at some of the coaches who could be lined up if Netherlands were to part ways with Guus Hiddink following their poor run of form

Monday, March 30, 2015

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COMMENT: Nigeria may have escaped with a draw, but the flow of play on the day suggests South Africa may be slowly gaining the upper hand in this rivalry

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COMMENT: The Italy boss deserves more respect for everything he did for the Bianconeri as a player and coach. His treatment over the last few days has been unacceptable

Sunday, March 29, 2015

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COMMENT: Sunday's victory in London over this summer's hosts Chile cemented Dunga's Selecao as front-runners for what would be their ninth South American crown

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COMMENT: As World Cup winner and with a legacy restored, the time to step down as Germany coach was last summer but he now he risks undoing his good work

Saturday, March 28, 2015

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COMMENT: The Oranje played out an abysmal 1-1 draw with Turkey and their Euro 2016 qualification hopes will be in further jeopardy for as long as the 68-year-old remains in charge

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The Wales star played the full 90 minutes against Israel on Saturday and put them to the sword, scoring twice - including a stunning free-kick - as well as creating the opener

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COMMENT: The 16-year-old started for Norway during their thumping Euro 2016 qualifying defeat to Croatia and was anonymous for most of the game