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  1. Mancini's halted progress, praise for Barca, Ferguson and Rooney,...

    Gabriele Marcotti

    Managers get sacked for different reasons. We're told results are all that matter, but that's a rather short-sighted perspective. Take Jurgen Klopp. He's one of the hottest bosses in the game, one of the few who can write his own ticket. Yet had F...

    Blog | May 13, 2013
  2. Arsenal at a familiar crossroads, Atletico's shot at redemption, ...

    Gabriele Marcotti

    Arsenal looked rather tame Sunday against a Manchester United side which, understandably, displayed a post-title (and perhaps post-title celebration) sluggishness. Yet even with the visitors taking some time to find their feet and conceding an early ...

    Blog | April 29, 2013
  3. Man City and United should start to rebuild, Mourinho's plan B, R...

    Gabriele Marcotti

    Barring some kind of divine intervention, the title race is over in the Premier League. Indeed, some bookmakers have already started paying out. The gap is 15 points, with nine games to go. But given Manchester United's sizeable edge in terms of ...

    Blog | March 18, 2013
  4. United and Real prepare for battle, the North London gap, praise ...

    Gabriele Marcotti

    Both Manchester United and Real Madrid recorded wins heading into Tuesday night's cosmic clash at Old Trafford, albeit in different circumstances. Sir Alex Ferguson chose an XI that, apart from a couple of likely changes, looked a lot like the one...

    Blog | March 04, 2013
  5. Breaking down the Champions League round of 16

    Gabriele Marcotti

    The Champions League round of 16 draw was settled Thursday. Here are the highlights of an intriguing start to the knockout rounds. STORYLINES GALORE: Real Madrid v Manchester United I'm not sure you could ask for any more subplots. Sir Alex Ferg...

    Blog | December 20, 2012
  6. Making sense of Wenger's player selections, Atletico's failings

    Gabriele Marcotti

    The Arsenal inquest has begun following the Gunners' 0-2 home defeat against Swansea. The club's issues run deeper than the choices Arsene Wenger made on Saturday, but there's one in particular that baffles. Why is Gervinho playing up front? I a...

    Blog | December 03, 2012
  7. Chelsea face critical week of fixtures

    Gabriele Marcotti

    It's been a rough 30 days for Chelsea. Forget the make-believe world of the League Cup. Roberto Di Matteo's crew have won once in their past six outings. That was against Shakhtar Donetsk at Stamford Bridge and it only came with a last-ditch goal ...

    Blog | November 19, 2012
  8. Who will win the Pep Guardiola sweepstakes?

    Gabriele Marcotti

    For a guy who stands short of 6 feet and has spent the past few months holed up on Manhattan's Upper West Side, Pep Guardiola casts a huge shadow. In fact, you struggle to remember the last time a manager's absence from the big time caused so much b...

    Blog | November 14, 2012
  9. The kings of comeback in Manchester

    Gabriele Marcotti

    Manchester United and Manchester City are first and second in the Premier League table, and few would argue that these are the two best English sides around. Yet when you look at the number of times they've had to come from behind this season, you re...

    Blog | November 12, 2012
  10. Barca and Real should be happy with Clasico

    Gabriele Marcotti

    We sometimes say that a draw shouldn't suit either team. Yet after last night's Clasico, there are plenty of reasons for both Real Madrid and Barcelona to be happy with the 2-2 impasse. Sure, Barcelona can reflect on the fact that they passed up a...

    Blog | October 08, 2012