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Marcotti: Platini's missed opportunity

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 Posted by James Horncastle
4 hours ago

The Champions League's must-see games

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop gives his take on the UEFA Champions League's group of death and teams that may surprise us during the group stage.

Amid the awkward small talk of UEFA's interim chief exec Gianni Infantino, and the fumbling of balls by Real Madrid legends past and present, the groups for the 2014-15 Champions League were drawn, throwing up encounters new and old between historic powers, the nouveau riches and the hip. Here are a selection of the matches to look out for.

Group A: Atletico Madrid vs. Juventus (Oct. 1, Dec. 6)

The Old Lady goes to the "Mattresses" (Los Colchoneros). Memories of Christian Vieri and his move...

 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
9 hours ago

Champions League draw kind to Chelsea, tough on Man City

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop predicts the sleepers and biggest disappointments for this year's group stage.

MONACO -- There's not much to argue about when it comes to draws, unless you're one of those "hot ball/cold ball" truthers. There are coefficients based on European performances over the past five years and they yield seeds (or "pots" as UEFA calls them, rather quaintly).

Former greats (this year, in honor of Real Madrid's decima, they were all Madridistas: Iker Casillas, Fernando Hierro, Manuel Sanchis and Francisco "Paco" Gento) draw one team from each pot into each of the eight groups. The...

 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
14 hours ago

Michel Platini's missed opportunity

English FA chairman Greg Dyke admits he's lost faith in FIFA and that a democratic vote should be made in 2015.

MONACO -- Michel Platini will not run for the FIFA presidency in 2015 and that, almost certainly, means Sepp Blatter will run the world game for another four years, right through his 83rd birthday. (While Blatter has yet to formally announce his candidacy, it appears a given after the raucous acclamation he received from delegates at the last FIFA congress.)

The supposition had been that Platini would stand against Blatter if he believed he had a chance of defeating him. The fact that he wi...

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17 hours ago

Wasteful Jack Wilshere still falling short at Arsenal

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson says Jack Wilshere should look for greener pastures away from Arsenal.

As 10-man Arsenal cling on for their Champions League lives against Slaven Bilic's well-drilled Besiktas, Jack Wilshere comes away with the ball and, for a split second, the Gunners have a personnel advantage on their opponents. But -- not for the first time -- Wilshere is wasteful. He cuts in from the left into traffic rather than heading for the corner to run the clock down. A difficult reverse pass to Alexis Sanchez is attempted, fails, and Arsenal are back under pressure again. Anguished gro...

 Posted by Sam Kelly
19 hours ago

Obdulio Varela: The wise champion

The ESPN FC team give their take on 1950 World Cup winner and former Uruguay captain, Obdulio Varela.

Who is the greatest captain of all time? From Aug. 18-29, ESPN FC will reveal its 10-man shortlist of the finest skippers to have graced the game before conducting a vote for the winner. The result will be revealed on Sept. 1.


"When we walk out onto the pitch, don't look up at the stands. On the pitch, it's 11 against 11." Reports claim that about 200,000 people were in the stands of the Maracana for the decisive match of the 1950 World Cup between Brazil and Uruguay, but Obdulio Varela wasn't ...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
1 day ago

ESPN FC's Greatest Captains

The ESPN FC team give their take on 1950 World Cup winner and former Uruguay captain, Obdulio Varela.

ESPN FC's team of experts have put their heads together and come up with 10 of the greatest captains of all-time. #greatestcaptain

Tony Adams - Aug. 18
Franco Baresi - Aug. 19
Franz Beckenbauer - Aug. 20
Francisco Gento - Aug. 21
Steven Gerrard - Aug. 22
Roy Keane - Aug. 25
Bobby Moore - Aug. 26
Carles Puyol - Aug. 27
Obdulio Varela - Aug. 28
Dino Zoff - Aug. 29


Vote for your Greatest Captain: Aug. 29
Voting Result: Sept. 1

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