Injured Suarez a doubt for Copa

Luis Suarez is a doubt for next month’s Copa America after hobbling off in tears midway through Barcelona’s Copa del Rey final win over Sevilla on Sunday. The Uruguayan departed just before the hour mark with a muscle injury in a bad-tempered final which saw three players sent off. Goals in extra-time from Jordi Alba

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Henry’s Euro 2016 preview

France legend Thierry Henry knows what it takes to win a major tournament, having won the World Cup on home soil in 1998 and the European Championship two years later. The French are hosting Euro 2016 this summer, and Henry believes his nation has a great chance of winning a tournament on their own turf

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England’s Win over Turkey Reinforces Broad Perceptions of Roy Hodgson’s Squad

In any season or tournament cycle, certain matches can serve as a notable reference point for a team. Whether positively or negatively, they reframe the thinking of its direction, usually in a more pronounced manner than produced by more natural progression. England achieved a 100 per cent winning record in their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign,

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