England obviously feature in Big Weekend, but so does the sequel to a Euro 2016 classic. And the other home nations...
When you are calling a black man Tony Yeboah and pushing children away from following England, change is needed...
The Spanish midfielder also described his teammate as a "phenomenon". Nice one.
Are you aware of the British culture of fun? Because fun is Nazi salutes and songs about the war...
That's what Ovie Ejaria did on a similar trip to the Canary Islands this time last year...
Ivar Ingimarsson talks about his role in the Reading team that stormed the Championship then finished eighth.
The "lack of wit and imagination" of the fans is criticised by the body representing them...
His verdict is that it "worked" for England despite the 1-0 defeat to Germany.
It's a genuinely interesting gossip. Though we don't believe Man United have mbid £95m for Mbappe.
Really positive from Dele Alli and Adam Lallana, but were Germany really arsed? And those chants...
Jeff Stelling is contemplating retiring from the broadcasting industry after 40 years of service.
Mourinho says 23-year-olds are "kids" in modern football. Is he talking about Pogba and Lingard, both 24?
Ferguson says success is simply "cyclical". Spain's cycle will finally end when Ronaldo and Messi retire.
That man there is one of England's recent third-choice keepers. Our Steven Chicken is amused.
Seedorf soon dispelled the notion the move represented one last payday. If anything, the transfer liberated him.
Lukas Podolski described his final game for Germany as "like a great movie". And Joe Hart swore at him.
And so the tapping-up of Philippe Coutinho truly begins. Neymar wants his international teammate at Barca.
So begins Chelsea's charm offensive. It's no £96million bid, but it is high praise from Kante to Mbappe.
Everyone wants Tielemans, but his international manager wants him to stay at Anderlecht. Bobby's back.
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