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A new rivalry in English football

Chelsea vs. Tottenham

Fans vent their frustrations as Leyton Orient face up to an uncertain future

Leyton Orient fans protest on the pitch toward club owner Francesco Becchetti.

LONDON -- First came the smoke bomb, lobbed into the Leyton Orient penalty area to release plumes of red smoke into the sky. Then came the supporters. Initially it was just a handful of young men, boisterous and exuberant. Then it was almost all of the home supporters, bound together by fury, united in defiance. They had nothing to lose because everything they had has already been taken.

They did not fear the docking of points because they've hardly got any. They did not fear retribution from the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsenal hope for another St. Totteringham's Day as derby looms

The FC have all the best prematch coverage ahead of the North London derby.
The FC have all the best prematch coverage ahead of the North London derby.
The FC have all the best prematch coverage ahead of the North London derby.
The FC have all the best prematch coverage ahead of the North London derby.
The FC have all the best prematch coverage ahead of the North London derby.
The FC have all the best prematch coverage ahead of the North London derby.

Arsenal have never finished lower than Tottenham under Arsene Wenger's management but defeat in the North London derby could mean St. Totteringham's Day is cancelled this year.

Wenger's top four hopes are on the line at White Hart Lane while title chasers Chelsea face a tricky trip to Everton.

Predict the outcome of all the weekend's matches ...

TOTTENHAM: Four of the last five North London derbies in the Premier League have ended in draws. But Tottenham are enjoying their best run of league...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Joey Barton's 18-month ban explained: Q&A with legal expert on FA ruling

Is Barton's ban justified? How would other sports have handled this case?

Burnley midfielder Joey Barton has been suspended from all football activity for 18 months after admitting a misconduct charge relating to betting. 

Barton has admitted the charge but is appealing the length of the ban, which the Football Association (FA) explained in its written reasons.

But how did the FA arrive at this length of ban, and how does football look at betting?

ESPN FC asked Ross Brown, senior associate at sports law practice Onside Sport, to explain the nuances of Wednesday's...

Joey Barton deserves to be banned for repeatedly breaking the rules

Joey Barton, 34, has said he will appeal against the ban he received from the English FA.

Banned for 18 months for gambling offences, the career of Joey Barton, one of football's most polarising characters, is effectively over.

In a lengthy statement on his own website, he sought to defend himself, suggesting in part that his controversial profile had been the reason for the severity of the ban. But Barton can have no complaints because he hasn't just broken the rules; he's repeatedly smashed them with a hammer for years, betting on over 1,000 games, including some involving his own...

 By Shaka Hislop

Power Rankings: Juventus retake top spot after Real Madrid's mixed week

Craig Burley lambastes Shaka Hislop's process of picking his top 10 after the unveiling of his latest power rankings.
FC's Gab Marcotti debates if Juve can be called the best team in the world given their UCL and Serie A exploits this season.
Juventus head coach Max Allegri says victory against Genoa all but guarantees his team the Serie A title.

We have a new leader! Meanwhile, re-entering the countdown are a pair of Europe's biggest clubs, while a German giant drops out.

1. Juventus (+1)

With a Champions League semifinal against Monaco on the horizon, Juventus continued to tick over in Serie A. A 4-0 win over Genoa means that Max Allegri's side have an eight-point lead with five games to go; that sixth straight title is just a matter of time away.

2. Real Madrid (-1)

After battling back with 10 men to equalise vs. Barcelona,...

UK arrests at football clubs is hopefully start of genuine change, transparency

Soccer has long been a sport in need of transparency. Will some be forthcoming?

Is something finally happening? Are they actually getting off their rear ends?

Clubs in France and England, including West Ham and Newcastle United, newly promoted to the Premier League, woke up this morning to raids from tax authorities. Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) said in a statement that "several" men working in "professional football" have been arrested for suspected tax fraud.

We don't know the details, so there's no point in speculating right now about who and why and what...