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 By PA Sport

Manchester United's Chris Smalling to let his football talk ahead of World Cup

FA Cup Semi-Final Highlights.
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Craig Burley examines the difference in approach from Jose Mourinho and Mauricio Pochettino in Man United's FA Cup semifinal win over Tottenham.

Chris Smalling intends to let his football continue to do the talking after admitting he has not spoken to England boss Gareth Southgate about a place in his World Cup squad.

The Manchester United defender was at the top of his game alongside compatriot Phil Jones as the Red Devils beat Tottenham 2-1 in Saturday's first FA Cup semifinal at Wembley.

After Dele Alli slid in to give Spurs an early lead, the England pair at the heart of Jose Mourinho's backline then set about keeping the likes of Harry...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trent Alexander-Arnold ready to play for England at World Cup - Jurgen Klopp

Jurgen Klopp understands Mo Salah's desire to win the Golden Boot, but doesn't feel he's lost sight of helping Liverpool achieve their team goals.

Jurgen Klopp has said Liverpool full-back is Trent Alexander-Arnold is ready to play for England at the World Cup, should he be selected to the squad.

Alexander-Arnold has been in good form this season, making 27 appearances for Liverpool, and Klopp believes there may be a place for the 19-year-old in Russia this summer.

"Of course I would prefer [rest] but I am not the person who wants to say to Gareth Southgate, 'Don't take him,'" Klopp said.

"Trent is obviously in a good moment. England have...

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Former Chelsea captain and England player Roy Bentley dies at 93

Roy Bentley in 1953.
Roy Bentley in 1953.

Former Chelsea captain Roy Bentley has died at 93. He was the last surviving member of England's 1950 World Cup squad.

Bentley, a striker who lifted the 1955 league title with the Blues, spent eight years with the club, scoring 150 goals in 367 appearances.

"Chelsea Football Club is deeply saddened to announce the passing of Roy Bentley, our first trophy-winning captain and star of our 1955 League Championship team," the club said in a statement.

"All at Chelsea send our condolences to his family...

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Manchester United's Michael Carrick: Depression was behind England exile

The ESPN FC panel look ahead to the FA Cup semi-final matchups and debate whether Man United or Tottenham have a more dire need to win.
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The FC guys answer your tweets on where Roberto Firmino and David De Gea rank among the Premier League's best at their respective positions.

Michael Carrick has said he asked not to be picked for England after becoming "depressed" on international duty.

Manchester United midfielder Carrick won 34 senior caps, the last of them in a friendly against Spain in November 2015, but said his experience at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa had left a lasting impression.

"I'd been in the squad a long time and, I'll be honest, I was finding it hard going away with England," he told BBC2's Premier League Show.

"I didn't mind going away with United...

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FIFA dismisses racist abuse claim made by England U17 player after probe

Wolverhampton Wanderers' Morgan Gibbs-White
It was claimed Morgan Gibbs-White was racially abused during England's Under-17 World Cup final against Spain.

FIFA's willingness to prosecute racism complaints at the World Cup in Russia was questioned by activists on Thursday after the governing body dropped a case from the Under-17 World Cup without taking action.

England striker Rhian Brewster reported overhearing teammate Morgan Gibbs-White being called a "monkey" by a Spanish opponent during their team's 5-2 victory in India last October.

FIFA's disciplinary panel concluded there was a "lack of sufficient evidence that could corroborate the English...