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Liverpool making progress in transfer swoop for exciting midfielder as club line up replacement News

Category: Euro news

Liverpool are reportedly making significant progress in sealing the transfer of exciting young Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves as his club line up a replacement.

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Griezmann & Bale to Manchester United: Four ways Jose Mourinho’s side could line up if they seal double signing, plus raids on Chelsea & Tottenham News

Category: Euro news

  • Manchester United could sign two big names in attack next season
  • The Red Devils may struggle to fit so many top class attackers into their first XI
  • Jose Mourinho is also being linked with transfer raids on Chelsea and Tottenham
  • WATCH: Man Utd target Antoine Griezmann adds a few million onto his price-tag with thunderous free-kick

Manchester United look set for a busy summer transfer window, with the Sun linking them with a double swoop up top for both Antoine Griezmann and Gareth Bale, while additions could also come in defence.

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Pair line up for rare World Cup opportunity

Category: World Cup 2018

FIFA.com runs the rule over the intercontinental play-off between New Zealand and Peru, where the latter are seeking to end a 36-year World Cup drought.

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How England should line up against Iceland: Spurs stars must play club system, with Liverpool support in attack

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Roy Hodgson has taken a lot of stick for his team selections so far at Euro 2016, but, for me, he’s come very close to getting it right. Not close enough, mind.

OK, so his decision to rotate against Slovakia backfired – although not too disastrously in hindsight, because England’s punishment for failing to top Group B was ultimately a last-16 game with Iceland, rather than one against fellow-minnows Northern Ireland. But the team he picked to face Russia and Wales looked pretty perfect on paper. However, on paper, I saw it like this.

How England should have lined up against Russia and Wales

How England should have lined up against Russia and Wales

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With five Spurs players in England’s starting XI, you could have been forgiven for expecting Roy’s Boys to line up line Spurs.

You would have at least ...

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Three ways England could line up with Harry Kane, Jamie Vardy & Captain Dilemma at Euro 2016

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Let’s face it, last night was a bit of a mess from an England perspective.

A 1-0 win against 10-man Portugal courtesy of Chris Smalling’s late header did not mask some more befuddling Roy Hodgson tactics aimed to accommodate Wayne Rooney.

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Hodgson’s insistence on starting his captain, and England’s all-time leading goalscorer, in attack is proving to be his biggest downfall and dilemma on the eve of Euro 2016.

Against Portugal, Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy, who scored 49 Premier League goals between them this season, were pushed out wide to allow Rooney to play through the middle.

Some England fans on Twitter were not happy with Hodgson’s tactics.

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