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England had a new manager in his interview blazer – and a new captain guaranteed to please a majority of fans happy to trade the remnants of the golden generation that never happened for the odd salt-of-the-earth professional.

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England 2 Netherlands 3

Why FA insists Under-21 event is crucial to success for the big boys

Clubs' anger over their youngsters playing in the Euros is misplaced say Pearce et al, it will be beneficial

Magath needs Champions League progress to save job at Schalke

German club can secure quarter-final place against Valencia tonight to make up for poor Bundesliga season

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Valencia 1 Schalke 04 1

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Pedro Rodriguez scored in each half as Barcelona strolled into the Champions League last 16 as Group D winners with a 3-0 victory over Panathinaikos last night.

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