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The future: Hudson-Odoi leads five debutants who impressed on international duty

Following England's 5-1 thrashing of Montenegro, the FC crew discuss how this group of England players are evolving under Gareth Southgate.

A new European Championship qualification campaign meant some new faces representing their countries this week. And while many of the youngsters on show, particularly in Germany's enthralling 3-2 victory over the Netherlands, had already made their competitive debuts in the UEFA Nations League, others were representing their countries in a competitive game for the first time. Here are five notable players who had a week to remember.

Callum Hudson-Odoi | 18 | Forward | England

Enthused by...

Kane, Sterling and Stones are England's rocks, but who else makes strongest XI?

Shaka Hislop says the attributes that helped Raheem Sterling score his first England hat trick didn't exist in his game 18 months ago.

These are good times for England's national team. After a thrilling run to the World Cup semifinals last year, the Three Lions boast plenty of world-class talent in the squad and, for the first time in perhaps a generation, a lot of valuable depth that has been battle-tested, as well.

In 2019, they also will appear in the first-ever UEFA Nations League finals, where they'll face Netherlands in the semifinals for the chance to challenge Portugal or Switzerland in Porto on June 9 with a trophy...

Raheem Sterling steals the show, shows he's ready to take the next step with England

LONDON -- If the three young players who took their first meaningful steps as international footballers in England's 5-0 stroll against the Czech Republic on Friday were looking for a role model, they could do a lot worse than fix their eyes on Raheem Sterling.

It was a night that offered promise that Gareth Southgate's side might yet improve from the team that reached the World Cup semifinals last year before sweeping into the UEFA Nations League finals, as a desperately poor Czech team were...

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...

Harry Kane, Gareth Southgate take in Super Bowl festivities in Atlanta

Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest day in football -- the other kind, that is -- and some names from the football world (the original kind) visited Atlanta to take in the festivities.

Tottenham star Harry Kane had time to catch up before the big game between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams with Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt -- although the three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year has been known to cheer for Chelsea. 

Kane's tour of NFL greatness continued as he...

Manchester United's Rashford, Tottenham's Kane different versions of the new English striker

The FC crew share their thoughts on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reportedly naming Marcus Rashford a starter at the No. 9 position over Romelu Lukaku.
Referee expert Peter Walton shares his thoughts on VAR's decision to rule Tottenham's Harry Kane onside against Chelsea in the Carabao Cup.

Once upon a time, English football used to develop a particular type of striker. He was big, tall, strong and a perfect target for long balls and crosses.

Look through England squads at major international tournaments over the past 15 years and you'll find Peter Crouch (2006), Emile Heskey (2010) and Andy Carroll (2012). In 2014, there was Rickie Lambert, who actually specialised at linking play from deep, but by virtue of coming from the lower leagues, he was automatically considered a target man...