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  1. ESPNFC

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    ESPNFC is your one stop for comprehensive coverage on all tournaments in all countries around the world. Includes the latest news, stats on teams and players, historical info and much more.

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  2. Podolski has his flaws but Wenger must persevere

    John Cross

    Lukas Podolski showed against West Ham why he can still be such an asset for Arsenal: two clinical finishes to equalise and then seal the victory to push them back into fourth place, even if it may just be for a short while before Everton play. He...

    Blog | April 16, 2014
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  4. United's season is effectively over. Time to talk transfers.

    Musa Okwonga

    It is not quite mid-April and Manchester United's season is all but over. This is an unfamiliar situation at Old Trafford and the only consolation must be that it allows for early planning to start for next season. At the beginning of any new era, th...

    Blog | April 15, 2014
  5. AVB/Sherwood contrast hints at English football's fear of change

    Rory Smith

    Tim Sherwood had a beaming smile on his face as he said it. Tottenham's press officer had already warned the assembled throng of journalists to cease and desist with the questions about his future. Less probing about where he stands, please, and m...

    Blog | April 09, 2014
  6. Liverpool's bid for history

    Steven Kelly

    "Lies, damned lies and statistics" the old saying goes -- but there is a secret fourth category, football statistics, that is more misleading than all of them. I do love a good number crunch, though, and am rarely surprised when someone else point...

    Blog | April 09, 2014
  7. Sherwood's thankless task

    John Crace

    The sense of anticipation outside the ground before kickoff is usually unmistakeable. On Monday, the feeling was very different. As I walked up Tottenham High Road towards White Hart Lane, it was as if everyone was turning up for a preseason friendly...

    Blog | April 09, 2014
  8. Rodgers should stick with Sakho

    David Usher

    Daniel Agger's latest injury could not have come at a worse possible time for him, and the Reds' vice captain may now have a real job on his hands wrestling the shirt from his replacement, Mamadou Sakho, for the title run-in. The Frenchman stepped in...

    Blog | April 08, 2014
  9. Liverpool need this title like nobody else

    Steven Kelly

    By beating West Ham United 2-1 on Sunday, Liverpool have unquestionably reached the point of no return -- where the mantle of plucky underdogs having a marvellous time and creating wonderful one-off memories won't wash any more. The Reds need this ti...

    Blog | April 07, 2014
  10. Wenger's future on the line

    John Cross

    The most worrying aspect of Arsenal's away-day disasters this season has been Arsene Wenger's tactics. It's hard to get into a tactics territory, as managers, coaches and players know far more about formations than journalists, but even to the relati...

    Blog | April 07, 2014
  11. Top Tenner: Fan Protests

    Nick Miller

    The "Wrong One - Moyes Out" banner that flew over Old Trafford during Manchester United's 4-1 win against Aston Villa last weekend proves one thing: Football fans have an intense passion toward their clubs. Here's a look at some of the best fan prote...

    Blog | April 03, 2014
  12. The Rebuilding of Liverpool

    Bill Barnwell

    The long wait to win a Premier League championship might finally soon be over for Liverpool. After standing as English soccer's marquee club for generations - including winning a record 18 titles in the old First Division - Liverp...

    Blog | April 03, 2014
  13. Sherwood and Spurs have chance to finish season on a high note

    John Crace

    You've got to give Tim Sherwood some credit for his half-time team talk and his instructions to the back four to play deeper. You've also got to credit the team with having the guts to turn around a 2-0 deficit. Yet the abiding impression of Sunday's...

    Blog | March 25, 2014
  14. 50-50 Challenge: Manchester United vs. Liverpool

    Mark Payne and Steven Kelly

    In the latest installment of our 50-50 Challenge series, club experts Mark Payne and Steven Kelly face off ahead of Sunday's big Premier League clash when Manchester United host Liverpool. Mark has been one of ESPN's resident Manchester United exp...

    Blog | March 14, 2014
  15. Short leashes discourage players from coaching

    Kevin Palmer

    League Managers Association chief executive Richard Bevan fears the lack of time being given to touchline tacticians in the game is liable to see many of the game's modern stars turn their back on a career in coaching. In an exclusive interview wi...

    Blog | March 13, 2014
  16. Names may change but comedy of errors does not

    Dan Fitch

    This almost entirely self-inflicted defeat to Chelsea has such an air of familiarity about it that I'm tempted to just find an old BBC match report from a decade ago and change the names. If there is anyone reading this who has seen that Chelsea w...

    Blog | March 08, 2014
  17. England's budding talent would look great in Liverpool Red

    David Usher

    I did something this week that I very rarely do; I sat down and watched an England game. Furthermore, I didn't browse the internet while the game was on and I never even bothered channel surfing. I watched the whole thing. Nothing out of the ordinary...

    Blog | March 07, 2014
  18. League Cup beggars should still make us choosers jealous

    Steven Kelly

    Was it the League Cup final itself? No. It was nice to watch the improvement in Fabio Borini, and it was an exciting enough match, but no. To my slight embarrassment, it was seeing a picture of a veritable multitude of Sunderland supporters enjoying ...

    Blog | March 04, 2014