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Spain FA chief thanks country's president for World Cup plan backing

Having won the World Cup with France himself in 1998, Frank Leboeuf tells the FC crew he understands Paul Pogba's struggle to refocus.

The president of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has thanked the country's Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez, for his backing of a joint bid to host the 2030 World Cup.

On Monday, Sanchez announced plans for a bid to be made alongside Portugal and Morocco.

"In these cases, you have the football side and that of diplomacy," RFEF president Luis Rubiales told reporters on Tuesday.

"I believe the prime minister has taken a further step and has done so to help football, and we have to thank...

Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo still part of team - Fernando Santos

Portugal head coach Fernando Santos insists Cristiano Ronaldo is still part of the team's future and is satisfied his side reached the final phase of the Nations League.
Italy coach Roberto Mancini is positive the team is rebounding well from failing to make the 2018 World Cup and is getting better quicker than expected.
Sebi Salazar and Paul Mariner discuss whether Portugal's continued success is overlooked because they don't play attractive football.
Portugal will go to the UEFA Nations League final after they held Italy to a goalless draw in Milan.

Portugal coach Fernando Santos avoided directly commenting on Cristiano Ronaldo's international future on Monday, saying only that the 33-year-old was "with the team."

Ronaldo has not been selected for Portugal's squad since the World Cup, something which Santos initially said in September was a decision taken by mutual consent as the player needed a break following his move to Juventus from Real Madrid.

However, Portugal have continued to flourish without their most capped player and record scorer,...

Spain, Portugal, Morocco considering joint 2030 World Cup bid

Spain and Portugal are considering a joint intercontinental bid with Morocco to host the 2030 World Cup, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Monday.

Sanchez was on a visit to the Moroccan capital of Rabat and met with Prime Minister Saadedin Al Othmani and King Mohamed to discuss the possibility of bidding for world soccer's global showpiece tournament.

"I made a proposal to the government [of Morocco] to organise a joint bid between Spain, Portugal and Morocco to host the 2030 World Cup,"...