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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Euro 2016 countdown as France prepares to host summer showdown

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop has selected his pick for Euro 2016.

The countdown starts now ... Just 50 days remain until Euro 2016 kicks off and ESPN FC have specialised bloggers covering all the countries. Here are their pre-tournament thoughts:

ALBANIA: After narrowly losing to Austria in a revealing pre-tournament friendly, an air of uncertainty hangs around the Albanian national team. Supporters know their side harbour no inferiority complex in confronting more seasoned European nations. Yet some fans question if this side will be brave enough to topple...

St. Petersburg stadium for 2018 World Cup faces more delays

ESPN FC's Raphael Honigstein says German football fans are saddened by the claims of bribery involving the 2006 World Cup and Franz Beckenbauer.
ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti explains the intricacies of FIFA's investigation into Germany's 2006 World Cup bid.

Russia's Sports Minister says a stadium being built in the city of St. Petersburg for the 2018 World Cup has suffered further delays.

Vitaly Mutko tells state news agencies that the 69,000-seat arena, which will host a World Cup semifinal, is now three months behind schedule.

Mutko linked the delay to financial concerns involving contractors.

The end of construction had previously been set for May, with the stadium due to enter service by the end of the year.

It is not the first delay for the stadium....

 By Mark Rodden

Russia are better than they showed vs. France - Andre Villas-Boas

Dimitri Payet's free kick will live long in the memory as France were 4-2 winners over Russia at the Stade de France.

Zenit St Petersburg manager Andre Villas-Boas expects Russia to improve considerably in time to take on England in their first game at Euro 2016.

Russia were hammered 4-2 by tournament hosts France in Paris on Tuesday, looking nothing like a side that had won six of their previous seven matches.

Coach Leonid Slutsky had guided Russia to qualification after replacing former England boss Fabio Capello last August but the two-goal margin of defeat at the Stade de France flattered his side.

Villas-Boas...