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Spain boss considers Barcelona star Ansu

Spain coach Robert Moreno has said he considered calling Barcelona sensation Ansu Fati for the upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers at Norway and Sweden.

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Chelsea's Abraham, Tomori in England squad

Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori are the new names included in the England squad to face Czech Republic and Bulgaria.

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20dDale Johnson

Euro 2020 finals draw: All you need to know

Euro 2020 qualifying is almost complete, but when will teams discover who they will play in the finals? Here's all you need to know.

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Mariner: It's time for England to win Euro 2020 (1:42)
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De Jong thinks Netherlands' future 'is very bright' (1:16)
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Laurens: France have all the tools to keep winning trophies (1:26)
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118dAdriana Garcia

Luis Enrique quits Spain for personal reasons

Spain announced on Wednesday afternoon that Luis Enrique has stepped down as coach of the national team because of personal reasons.

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137dStephan Uersfeld

Low hospitalised after freak dumbbell accident

Germany coach Joachim Low has been hospitalised with a squashed artery following a sports accident, the German FA has confirmed.

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140dStephan Uersfeld

UEFA stands by Baku as Euro 2020 host city

UEFA has insisted that there are no concerns with Baku as a Euro 2020 host city despite the issues surrounding the Europa League final.

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Germany take some risks and reap reward

Joachim Low's running out of goodwill with the German national team, but his gambles worked in Euro 2020 qualifying. Plus: Spain aren't "back" yet.

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Italian football has lost its appeal - Gravina

The president of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC), Gabriele Gravina, says the game has lost its appeal because of racism and financial issues.