German coach Joachim Low is happy with his 'inexperienced' side, which played out a scoreless draw against Italy. Werder Bremen winger Serge Gnabry says he nearly turned down his Germany call-up for the 2016 Olympics. Gnabry, 21, ended up as the top scorer at the Olympics over the summer as Germany won the silver medal in Rio de Janeiro. His
A spokesman for Wayne Rooney has defended the England captain's celebrations following the World Cup qualifying victory over
Gareth Southgate says England must share responsibility within the team and not rely on Wayne Rooney to be a solo leader. Brian McBride assesses why the Chicago Fire would even consider signing an aging Bastian Schweinsteiger. Alison Bender and Gab Marcotti discuss whether Manchester United's Memphis Depay would benefit from a loan move. Paul Mariner and Alexis Nunes sift through
ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Shaka Hislop predict who will be relegated at the end of the Premier League season. Bob Bradley didn't have many positives to speak on following a disappointing 3-1 loss to Man United. Swansea City have confirmed the appointment of England under-20 coach Paul Williams as their new assistant manager. Williams, 45, will join the Swans
Colin Kaepernick feeling like himself again on field, more comfortable off it
Jurgen Klinsmann says both he and his team take full responsibility for the loss and hopes they can correct it.
Gareth Southgate could be confirmed as the permanent England manager as early as next week and is the only serious contender for the role on
The FC panel discuss whether England's result against Spain finally guarantees Gareth Southgate the England job. Gareth Southgate could be confirmed as the permanent England manager as early as next week and is the only serious contender for the role on a full-time basis, Football Association sources have told ESPN FC. Southgate, in interim charge of the senior team for
Alejandro Moreno sifts through the latest rumours including Cesc Fabregas, Dimitri Payet and more. West Ham United are trying to cut short the loan deal of Simone Zaza to allow them to bring in a new striker in January, sources close to the club have told ESPN FC. Zaza, 25, has struggled to impress at West Ham since his arrival
Brian McBride was quite disappointed with the USMNT's lack of fight and work ethic against Costa Rica.