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Premier League verdicts on every team's season so far

"Never look at the table until November" is a Premier League mantra. As club football returns with about a third of the season gone, Ian Darke assesses how all 20 clubs are faring.

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If the 2022 World Cup started today...

Qatar 2022 is four years away, but if the tournament began now, how would the major nations line up? We asked our writers to look into the future.

Should UEFA wait until next season to implement VAR?

As UEFA considers implementing VAR for the UCL knockout rounds, the FC crew debate whether replays should be added in the middle of a competition.

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You Have To Answer: Christian Pulisic

Beating Mexico or beating Bayern? Dempsey or Donovan? We put USMNT starlet Christian Pulisic on the spot in our latest edition of 'You Have To Answer.'

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LIVE Transfer Talk: Rashford open to Real Madrid move

Real Madrid are reportedly joining Juventus in the chase for Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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Transfer Rater: Ibrahimovic returning to Serie A?

Mark Donaldson and Stewart Robson weigh up the hits and misses from the latest transfer news.

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UEFA NATIONS LEAGUE

UEFA Nations League: All you need to know

The Nations League group stage is over. Find out how who reached next June's finals, who earned promotion, who were relegated and how it all affects Euro 2020.

Positive England reap rewards; Belgium implode

Gareth Southgate's impact was evident again, though his praise of Harry Kane possibly went a bit far. Plus: What went wrong for Belgium and France?

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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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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Low: 2018 was a slap in the face for Germany

Germany's Joachim Low reflects on a year that saw an early World Cup exit and Nations League relegation but believes they still have a bright future.

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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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Marcotti breaks down the latest on Zlatan's links to Milan

ESPN FC's Serie A expert Gab Marcotti discusses the inner-workings of the deal that could see Zlatan Ibrahimovic go on loan to Milan.

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Extra Time: Game of the weekend, best defender & Thanksgiving foods

The FC crew answer your tweets on the games to watch for this weekend, who the best defender in the world is, favourite Thanksgiving foods and more.

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Marcotti: A Super League is off the table until at least 2024

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti breaks down the new agreement that guarantees a Super League won't be possible until at least 2024.

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Who would win the World Cup right now?

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson shares his thoughts on the team most likely to win the World Cup if it were to take place tomorrow.

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ESPN FC pundits reveal their Ballon d'Or winner

Shaka Hislop and the FC crew have whittled down their list of Ballon d'Or nominees and reveal who they believe should take home this year's prize.

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Premier League Predictor: Top 4 battle heats up

Mark Donaldson and Stewart Robson square off in predicting every fixture from this weekend's Premier League action.

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ESPN FC's 2018 International Awards

From biggest disappointment to overachievers, Stewart Robson and Mark Donaldson give their takes on international football in 2018.

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Serie A Predictor: Can anyone keep pace with Juventus?

Mark Donaldson and Stewart Robson predict a few notable Serie A fixtures. Be sure to catch all the action on ESPN+.

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Extra Time: USMNT in 2018, Italy's strikers and more

The guys respond to your tweets about Italy's strikers struggling, the USMNT in 2018, PSG's defence and who would play them in a movie.

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Should UEFA wait until next season to implement VAR?

As UEFA considers implementing VAR for the UCL knockout rounds, the FC crew debate whether replay should be added in the middle of a competition.

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Which star is more important to PSG: Mbappe or Neymar?

After Kylian Mbappe and Neymar both left friendlies injured, Julien Laurens and the FC crew discuss which player is more important to PSG.

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Laurens: Dembele has to worry about his Barcelona future

ESPN FC's Julien Laurens explains why Ousmane Dembele is finding himself in hot water at Barcelona and what he needs to do to fix it.

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Premier League fantasy: Sign up now!

ESPN has a brand new fantasy game! Compete against your friends or people around the world in the Premier League, La Liga, Champions League and Liga MX.

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Fantasy FC: Captain Richarlison after international break

Mark Donaldson breaks down his Premier League fantasy lineup. Join him in all the action at ESPN.com/FantasyFC.

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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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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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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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Kane's sliding finish gives England the lead

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

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