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 By David Mooney

Relaxed FFP rules leaving Man City fans smarting

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Tommy Smyth talk Manchester City's continued interest in Fabian Delph.

There aren't many industries in the world where a business's profits and losses are dealt with like they are with football clubs and Financial Fair Play Regulations (FFPR). In any other line of work, what the company can spend is largely dependent on the money they have made and the projections of what funds will be coming in over the next few years. And, of course, the owner can invest whatever they like in order to make it grow.

Which makes football bizarre. Certain losses don't count -- such...

 By David Usher

Liverpool have plenty to prove after nightmare 2014-15 campaign

The ESPN FC crew answer your questions regarding whether Christian Benteke will move to Liverpool and who will score in the Women's World Cup final.

Liverpool return to preseason training on Monday, anxious to put last year's disappointing campaign behind them. Few emerged from the wreckage of the 2014-15 season with their reputations intact, but some have more to prove than others this coming year. There have been changes over the summer on the playing and coaching side of things, but manager Brendan Rodgers remains in place and heads the list of those with much to prove this year.

Brendan Rodgers

The manager is undoubtedly the man under...

 By John Crace

Can Mauricio Pochettino get Tottenham to realise their potential?

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop discuss the interest Southampton and Tottenham have in Atletico Madrid defender Toby Alderweireld.

With just over a month until the first Premier League game against Manchester United, the players are beginning to drift back from across the world for pre-season training. Yet just what the first-team squad will look like come the transfer deadline at the start of September is still anyone's guess.

There are plenty of players on the books whom the manager is known to want to offload like Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado. The club also needs reinforcements at forward, defense and the wide positions....

 By Phil Lythell

Radamel Falcao signs, but Chelsea fans still seeking transfer-window spark

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth wonders if Louis van Gaal or Jose Mourinho will appear smarter at the end of the season in regards to the Radamel Falcao transfer saga.

It has been well over a month since John Terry gleefully held the Premier League trophy aloft. The celebrations around Stamford Bridge went long into the night, and the recent heat wave that London has experienced has allowed supporters and players alike to bask further in the glory.

Although such an achievement should always be savoured, it is curious to note that there has been little activity from Chelsea in the transfer market. Radamel Falcao joined the club on Friday, but only in a loan capacity,...

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Can Radamel Falcao be the player he once was at Jose Mourinho's Chelsea?

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth wonders if Louis van Gaal or Jose Mourinho will appear smarter at the end of the season in regards to the Radamel Falcao transfer saga.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley addresses Radamel Falcao's reported loan move to Chelsea, where he now joins former teammate in Diego Costa.

There was a lurch into the third person as Radamel Falcao defended his Manchester United performances.

"Falcao was always there," he said, speaking in Chile ahead of Colombia's Copa America campaign. "It depends what criteria you are using. People said I was not on the field and not scoring goals but I was always there."

It was a problematic choice of words, considering goals are the criteria by which forwards are measured and especially when signs of them becoming a more "complete" player, as appears...

Lee Cattermole divides opinion but Sunderland ace deserves his dues

Lee Cattermole has agreed a long extension to his Sunderland contract, keeping at the club until 2020.

Sunderland supporters are not accustomed to good news and even their annual battle against relegation only ever sets them up for another year of misery.

Managers come and go, money is spent and games are lost. It never seems to get better. But this week, something wonderful happened -- Lee Cattermole signed a new five-year contract with the club.

There was a point when it seemed certain that he would leave. In 2013, stripped of his No.6 shirt and ostracised by former manager Paolo Di Canio, he...