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England 4, Brexit 0 (With Foreign Help)

The finalists in Europe’s two top soccer tournaments are English. The coaches and many players aren’t
Tottenham’s Moura celebrating in Amsterdam

Three years after the U.K. voted to part with the European Union over concerns about an influx of newcomers, the nation’s soccer squads offer an object lesson in the benefits of immigration: The four finalists in the two top European club competitions are English, but they’re all coached by foreigners, and only one goal in the crunch games that got them to the

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