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 By Andy Mitten

Man United's defeat at Everton
a reminder of the work to be done

The ESPN FC crew review Everton's comfortable 3-0 win over Manchester United, as Paul Mariner explains Manchester United's leaders did not perform to the best of their abilities.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno delves deeper into Radamel Falcao's impact, or lack thereof, since joining Manchester United.

We're into the final month of the season, at the end of which Manchester United fans will be able to give a proper assessment of their team.

Once the four remaining games are done, there will be no FA Cup final to look forward to and no European final either -- the days of three Champions League finals in four years from 2008 to '11 are long gone.

This season was all about a new manager and his players getting United back on track with a top-four finish, with the intention that the team would then...

 By David Usher

Liverpool must beat Hull to keep up chase for top four spot

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers wants to win the rest of the matches to put pressure on the four teams above them in the Premier League table.

After Saturday's frustrating 0-0 draw at West Brom when Liverpool came up against a home side set up with the sole intent of avoiding defeat, Brendan Rodgers' men should be gearing up for more of the same as they travel to struggling Hull City on Tuesday night.

Currently in 16th place, one point off the drop zone, Hull need points even more desperately than West Brom did so perhaps they'll show a little more ambition and go for all three rather than just one, but it's more than likely that they'll...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Jose Mourinho: Roman Abramovich 'very happy' with Chelsea

ESPN FC's Craig Burley sounds off on statements that Chelsea are a boring side, where he feels they cannot be boring with the PFA Player of the Year and a player like Diego Costa.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Stuart Holden say winning is the most important thing, and discard the whole argument of Chelsea not playing good football.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley sounds off on comments that Jose Mourinho's Chelsea play a "boring" style of play, as Burley explains the writing was on the wall when Cesc Fabregas chose Chelsea over Arsenal.
The ESPN FC team discuss who, if anyone, can challenge Chelsea for the Premier League title next season, as Ian Darke believes Arsenal may be best fit to challenge.

Jose Mourinho has dismissed the suggestion Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich may not be satisfied with the Premier League leaders' style of play.

Chelsea currently sit 10 points clear at the top of the table and could clinch the title as early as this weekend but, after the 0-0 draw at Arsenal on Sunday, the home supporters reacted by chanting: "Boring, boring Chelsea."

Mourinho strongly rejected that accusation, but he saw his trophy-laden first stint as Chelsea boss brought to an end in 2007 amid...