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Sterling's journey, from Wembley to world-class

Having grown up in Wembley, Raheem Sterling went 'home' on Sunday to help England reach the UEFA Nations League finals. It was the latest step on the 23-year-old's impressive career path.

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Marcotti: 'Relentless positivity' from fans lifts England

Gab Marcotti says the current England team has a connection with the fans that hasn't been seen in the country in decades.

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Extra Time: Modric vs. Iniesta; the ideal Italy striker

The guys respond to your tweets about the Ballon d'Or, Luka Modric vs. Andres Iniesta and who Gab Marcotti thinks is the ideal No. 9 for Italy.

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Ian Ackley haunted by Barry Bennell, FA abuse

Ian Ackley sits down with E:60's Jeremy Schaap as he relives the horror of being abused by coach Barry Bennell.

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LIVE Transfer Talk: Real eye Ibra, Falcao moves

Real Madrid could turn to Zlatan Ibrahimovic or Radamel Falcao for goals in the winter window. Transfer Talk is LIVE with the latest.

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What's best for Pulisic: Liverpool, Chelsea or neither?

With Liverpool and Chelsea reportedly eyeing Christian Pulisic, Ale Moreno and Craig Burley discuss whether he should leave Dortmund or stay put.

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England gain some revenge on Croatia, seal finals place

It won't make up for a World Cup semifinal loss, but England were able to see off Croatia and advance in a fine advert for the UEFA Nations League.

England 2-1 Croatia: Three Lions roar to semifinals

Jesse Lingard and Harry Kane each scored to seal England's 2-1 comeback win over Croatia to reach the UEFA Nations League semifinals.

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Kane's sliding finish gives England the lead

UEFA Nations League: Harry Kane (85') England 2-1 Croatia

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Lingard taps in England's equalizer

UEFA Nations League: Jesse Lingard (78') England 1-1 Croatia

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Kramaric's deflected shot puts Croatia in front

UEFA Nations League: Andrej Kramaric (57') England 0-1 Croatia

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Kane: Nations League a great chance to win a trophy with England

England striker Harry Kane is already looking ahead to the UEFA Nations League semi-final stage, highlighting the fact they are only two games away from winning a trophy.

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Dalic: Football's coming home, very soon

Croatia's Zlatko Dalic believes a young England side are on the verge of winning something special after they beat his side 2-1 to reach the UEFA Nations League semi-finals.

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Marcotti: 'Relentless positivity' from fans lifts England

Gab Marcotti says the current England team has a connection with the fans that hasn't been seen in the country in decades.

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Burley: Belgium dealt a blow to their ego

Craig Burley explains what Belgium's exit from the UEFA Nations League by way of a 5-2 loss to Switzerland means for the team long-term.

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Extra Time: Paul's shoveling stories & Portugal's odds to win Nations League

The guys respond to your tweets about Portugal, concerts, shoveling snow and much more!

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Do Portugal get enough credit?

Sebi Salazar and Paul Mariner discuss whether Portugal's continued success is overlooked because they don't play attractive football.

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Mariner: Pulisic should stay away from Chelsea

Former England international thinks that working under Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool would be better for Pulisic, should he decide to move from Dortmund.

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Extra Time: Shaka's Messi argument; Memphis on the move?

The guys respond to your tweets about Shaka Hislop's Lionel Messi argument, Memphis Depay's future and how they made impressions on managers.

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ESPN FC Best of the Week

Check out the best of ESPN FC from the past week, including Steve Nicol's dislike of the beach, Paul Mariner's attire and more.

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How the USMNT missed an opportunity with Tata Martino

Herculez Gomez and Alejandro Moreno discuss Tata Martino's reported hiring as Mexico coach and what it says about the USMNT's coaching search.

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What Nations League relegation means for Germany

With Germany's relegation in the UEFA Nations League confirmed, the FC crew discuss Joachim Low's future and how his team will be judged.

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Burley: France didn't look bothered

The ESPN FC crew react to France's surprise 2-0 defeat to the Netherlands in Rotterdam.

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Gomez: USMNT are individuals with no guidance

Former U.S. international Herculez Gomez calls the USMNT's loss to England "abysmal" and explains why he feels bad for the current players.

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Moreno: Lovren is not at Ramos' level

With Dejan Lovren's latest outburst towards Sergio Ramos causing a stir, our ESPN FC crew try to make sense of it all.

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UEFA NATIONS LEAGUE

Permutations by day, group and league

The picture is becoming clearer about who will take part in the finals next June, as well as which nations will be promoted and relegated.

State of play: Finals, promotion, relegation

With the climax of the Nations League group stage imminent, the picture is becoming clearer for the finals, promotion and relegation.

Burley: Belgium dealt a blow to their ego

Craig Burley explains what Belgium's exit from the UEFA Nations League by way of a 5-2 loss to Switzerland means for the team long-term.

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Dalic: Football's coming home, very soon

Croatia's Zlatko Dalic believes a young England side are on the verge of winning something special after they beat his side 2-1 to reach the UEFA Nations League semi-finals.

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What Nations League relegation means for Germany

With Germany's relegation in the UEFA Nations League confirmed, the FC crew discuss Joachim Low's future and how his team will be judged.

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Do Portugal get enough credit?

Sebi Salazar and Paul Mariner discuss whether Portugal's continued success is overlooked because they don't play attractive football.

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Santos: Ronaldo still a part of Portugal's future

Portugal head coach Fernando Santos insists Cristiano Ronaldo is still part of the team's future and is satisfied his side reached the final phase of the Nations League.

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Burley: France didn't look bothered

The ESPN FC crew react to France's surprise 2-0 defeat to the Netherlands in Rotterdam.

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The Toe Poke

Messi and Pogba chat at Salt Bae's restaurant

Lionel Messi and Paul Pogba looked to be getting on famously at Salt Bae's Turkish steakhouse in Dubai. But what were they talking about?

Rooney's England career: See how he changed down the years

See the evolution of England's record goal scorer, all the way from teenage tyro to grizzled veteran, in one gif as he wins a final cap at Wembley.

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