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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. After David Moyes, all's well that begins well

    Musa Okwonga

    After a desperately disappointing 10 months, David Moyes has left Old Trafford, having made a statement of rare dignity. Ryan Giggs has been appointed as Manchester United manager for the final four games of the Premier League season. He has invited...

    Blog | April 23, 2014
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  4. We've been here before but forgotten what it's like

    Steven Kelly

    No matter what happens in football, chances are it's probably all been seen before. Liverpool FC in particular has such a long, varied and successful history that it takes little investigation to hark back to past moments that duplicate those of toda...

    Blog | April 23, 2014
  5. Five reasons why David Moyes had to go

    Alex Shaw

    There were many factors that contributed to the downfall of David Moyes; here are five of the main reasons Manchester United were left with no choice but to axe the Scot. 1. The incessant negativity Quite simply, David Moyes did not speak like...

    Blog | April 22, 2014
  6. With the season nearly up, what's next for Spurs?

    John Crace

    The end is nigh. And it can't come soon enough for Spurs. A low-key victory over Fulham, combined with wins for Arsenal and Everton, have all but ensured that Spurs can't escape the Europa League next season. While the club's board may welcome the...

    Blog | April 21, 2014
  7. Nothing wrong with pragmatism as title looms large

    Steven Kelly

    Liverpool's narrow, nervous 3-2 win against Norwich City followed swiftly on the heels of Chelsea's benevolent defeat against Sunderland. This has briefly stymied all comparisons, largely favourable, of the Reds' way of going about their business wit...

    Blog | April 21, 2014
  8. Wenger has ulterior motives in praising Pulis and Bruce

    John Cross

    No wonder Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger mentioned Tony Pulis and Steve Bruce when asked who should be manager of the year... After all, Pulis masterminded Crystal Palace's win at Everton on Wednesday night, which put Arsenal's Champions League des...

    Blog | April 18, 2014
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. 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
  13. 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
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. 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
  18. 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