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Galatasaray target Lukas Podolski needs regular football - Joachim Low

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti discusses the likelihood of Juventus' Arturo Vidal making the move to Arsenal, however he doubts it.
Little-used Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski hopes to remain in the German national team picture.
Galatasaray are keen to sign Lukas Podolski this summer.

Germany boss Joachim Low has told Arsenal forward Lukas Podolski he needs to be playing regularly as he considers a transfer to Galatasaray.

Podolski spent the second half of last season on loan at Inter Milan and, although he has said he is open to remaining at the Emirates Stadium, he would likely find himself down the pecking order at the Premier League club.

Galatasaray have already confirmed their interest in the 30-year-old, while Podolski told NTV Sport: "If an offer comes from Turkey, I...

Russia boss Fabio Capello avoids sack after ExCo meeting

Russia's inability to capitalise on their chances allowed Austria to secure a 1-0 win, courtesy of Marc Janko's acrobatic finish.

MOSCOW --Fabio Capello survived a crucial meeting of the Russian Football Union's executive committee on Wednesday amid widespread speculation the national coach would be fired, but he still faces talks on his future.

Capello's future with the 2018 World Cup host team has been in jeopardy after poor results, including a 1-0 loss to Austria this month that left Russia in danger of failing to qualify for the 2016 European Championship.

That led to calls for him to be fired, with Russia's former FIFA...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Alisher Usmanov loans Russia more cash for Fabio Capello wages

Russia's inability to capitalise on their chances allowed Austria to secure a 1-0 win, courtesy of Marc Janko's acrobatic finish.
Fabio Capello is contracted to Russia until after the 2018 World Cup.

Alisher Usmanov said he has loaned the Russian Football Union (RFU) a further 300 million roubles (£3.5 million) to pay wages owed to national team coach Fabio Capello.

Arsenal shareholder Usmanov said in February that he had loaned the RFU 400 million roubles after the Russia boss went without pay for over six months.

The billionaire said he has now made a further loan to ensure Capello, who signed a lucrative contract extension in January 2014, receives the money he is owed.

"As a member...

Russia fans raising cash to fund Fabio Capello sacking

Russia's inability to capitalise on their chances allowed Austria to secure a 1-0 win, courtesy of Marc Janko's acrobatic finish.
Fabio Capello has come under heavy pressure after Russia's miserable run of form.

Russia fans have started a crowdfunding bid to raise the funds required to sack Fabio Capello.

The Russian Football Union (RFU) is considering whether to sack Capello after a 1-0 loss to Austria seriously dented the team's hopes of qualifying for Euro 2016.

Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko has said Capello could be fired this month after Russia won just two of their last 10 games, but the former England boss was handed a lucrative contract extension in January 2014 that tied him to the nation until...

 By Andy Mitten

Euro 2016 beckons for Iceland, Wales and several other smaller nations

Relive the top five goals from Matchday 6 of the Euro 2016 Qualifiers, highlighted by Marc Janko's acrobatic finish.
Relive all the best moments of Matchday 6 in the 2016 European Qualifies including Gareth Bale's game-winning strike, and Cristiano Ronaldo's hat trick.

If you want to raise a warm smile in chilly Iceland, mention the form of their national football team. The country with a population of just 300,000 has never qualified for a major tournament, yet they're much improved and now stand on the brink of history.

When the Swedish coach Lars Lagerback, who led his own country to five successive major tournaments between 2000 and 2008, became Iceland's joint-manager in 2010, they were lower than Liechtenstein in FIFA's rankings.

Just four years later, they...