Five things the Premier League might learn from the World Cup
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Julien Laurens takes issue with ESPNFC.com's omission of France's N'Golo Kante in their World Cup team of the tournament. The World Cup offered some great insight into players who have not shown fans their best for their clubs. But what could the Premier League learn for next season? 1. Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku can play if they're allowed Jose Mourinho is a stubborn man. This i▶ Full story on espnfc.com
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