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Answering the biggest questions of the international break: Are Germany finished? Can England stay on top?

Netherlands celebrate Van Dijk's goal vs Germany
Netherlands reaffirmed themselves as a footballing power last year in the Nations League and now will look to continue that positive momentum in Euro qualifying.

It is officially international break time, and contrary to the old and tired criticism that international breaks are boring, March's FIFA window offers up some major storylines and heavyweight matchups.

With Euro 2020 qualifying beginning this week and key late-round qualifying games in both CAF and CONCACAF, Nick Ames spans the globe to tell us what to watch for in this jam-packed international break ...

Will the Dutch add to Germany's misery?

Last year, in the Nations League, Netherlands...

Roy Keane, Man United legends play tribute match in memory of former midfielder Liam Miller

On Tuesday alumni of Manchester United, Celtic and the Republic of Ireland gathered at Pairc Ui Chaoimh in Cork, Ireland, to play a tribute match in memory of former Ireland international Liam Miller, who passed away from cancer in February at the age of 36.

A capacity crowd of 45,000, including Ireland president Michael D. Higgins, filled the ground to honour Miller and raise money for Miller's family and various other charities. Miller's professional career spanned 16 years, with stops at...

United States' loss to Republic of Ireland proves there's a lot of work to do

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno says the days of players having a divine right to play for the United States are over after their World Cup qualification failure.

The United States got a bit of a reality check in its 2-1 defeat to the Republic of Ireland. That isn't necessarily a bad thing.

Granted, there were reasons to be disappointed at the result. The U.S. actually took the lead in first-half stoppage time on a real poacher's goal from Bobby Wood. That the U.S. failed to build on that advantage, or at least manage the scoreline better is cause for a furrowed brow or two.

But in many ways, this match served its purpose, if for no other reason that to temper...

Young U.S. side shows its inexperience, takes a step back in defeat to Ireland

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno says the days of players having a divine right to play for the United States are over after their World Cup qualification failure.

Ireland defeated the U.S. men's national team 2-1 at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin in an international friendly on Saturday.

Bobby Wood put the U.S. ahead just before halftime with an opportunistic goal, but Graeme Burke notched the equalizer for the home side in the 57th minute, touching home Darragh Lenihan's strike. Substitute Alan Judge then scored the game winner in the 90th minute to give the home side a dramatic victory.

Here are three thoughts from the match.

1. U.S. fades in second...

Ireland frustrate Denmark, Christian Eriksen in playoff first leg 0-0 draw

COPENHAGEN, Denmark -- Three points from Saturday's 0-0 playoff first leg between Denmark and the Republic of Ireland...

1. Ireland frustrate Danes to gain playoff advantage

Some games are never going to find themselves billed as "classics," and Saturday's clash between Denmark and the Republic of Ireland certainly lived down to expectations in Copenhagen. In the end, the dour 0-0 draw gives the Irish the edge in this World Cup play-off going into next Tuesday's return fixture in Dublin.

Having...

Kevin Kilbane on Thierry Henry's handball, Ireland's World Cup playoff

The sense of injustice still burns, eight years on, for Kevin Kilbane. The former Republic of Ireland midfielder insists he has moved on from the moment that Thierry Henry ended his, and his country's, hopes of a place at the 2010 World Cup with his infamous handball in Paris, but the bitterness remains.

"Football moves on and you have to move on," Kilbane told ESPN FC. "You go back to your club, get on with life and move on, but when you look back and reflect on your career, yeah, there is a sense...