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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

U.S. Soccer unveils 2018 national team kits

Former U.S. national team goalkeeper Kasey Keller examines the current crop of young American goalkeepers and explains how one of them can emerge as the No. 1 keeper.
Max Bretos and Herculez Gomez break down the United States' roster for the Paraguay friendly on the latest episode of the Max & Herc Podcast.

The U.S. men's national team will be wearing a freshly designed kit for the first time when it takes on Paraguay in Tuesday's friendly.

U.S. Soccer showed off the the new jerseys on Friday with the team preparing for the game in North Carolina.

The women's national team will then wear the same design for its game against Mexico in Florida the following week.

Two versions of the shirt -- light and dark -- were revealed, and both feature vertical stripes and the slogan "One Nation. One Team"...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Zlatan Ibrahimovic announces LA Galaxy move in typical Zlatan style

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's move to LA Galaxy is official, as the Swedish forward introduces himself to Galaxy fans as only he knows how.
The ESPN FC panel assess the mark Zlatan Ibrahimovic has left on European football and where he ranks among the best footballers in the last 15 years.

The worst kept secret in football was out on Friday when Zlatan Ibrahimovic confirmed he would be moving to LA Galaxy.

A world superstar with a massive ego in Los Angeles sounds like a great idea to us -- and Zlatan announced the move in a way only he could.

Yep, the Swede took out a full-page advertisement in the Los Angeles Times on Friday, simply stating: "Dear Los Angeles, you're welcome."

The newspaper also featured the first photograph of Zlatan in a Galaxy shirt, ahead of...

 By Chris Wright

Liverpool Fab Four Oxlade-Chamberlain, Lallana, Gomez, Henderson become the Beatles

Liverpool fab four Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Adam Lallana, Joe Gomez and Jordan Henderson have paid tribute to one of city's slightly more iconic quartets by dressing as the Beatles for charity.

The players, all away together with England, donned grey suits and mop top wigs to help raise money for Sport Relief.

"Bringing The Beatles back with the lads for Sport Relief," wrote Oxlade-Chamberlain. "Anyone guess who I was?"

We have it on good authority that Paul McCartney was a nifty, versatile but...

 By Ben Gladwell

Roma write 'sick note' for fan who wants to watch Barcelona clash

Roma have responded to one of their fans' pleas by writing a letter to be presented to his employer, excusing him from work for the day of Roma-Barcelona in the Champions League.

A French fan tweeted to the Serie A club, requesting to "do me a favour and speak with my boss -- he won't let me come to the game against Barca," to which Roma replied that they would "write you a note of absence -- football is far too important."

True to their word, the Giallorossi sent the fan a letter on headed paper...

 By Chris Wright

Lionel Messi embarrasses Argentina teammates with stunning solo finish

With a friendly against Italy at the Etihad stadium to prepare for, Lionel Messi and the rest of the Argentina squad spent their Thursday warming up at Manchester City's training campus nearby.

Of course, Messi was in fine form, scoring a majestic solo goal during one of the sessions that saw the Barcelona star tear through several of his teammates.

We can only imagine that being forced to train alongside Messi is a thoroughly humbling experience most of the time, even for his professional counterparts.


 By Chris Wright

Lewis Cook England debut could earn grandfather fortune

Lewis Cook and Tiemoue Bakayoko
Lewis Cook's performances for Bournemouth have led to an England call up.

Should Bournemouth youngster Lewis Cook make his senior England debut against either Netherlands or Italy, it will be not only an extremely proud day for his family, but an extremely lucrative one too.

This is because, back in 2014, when Cook was still struggling to break into the Leeds United first team, his grandfather placed a £500 bet the then-teenage midfielder would win a senior international cap before his 26th birthday.

As such, Trevor Burlingham stands to win a whopping £17,000...