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John Brewin profile picture Posted by John Brewin
28 minutes ago

Deadline Day Debutants: How they fared last weekend

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Craig Burley share which teams they think did the best business in the summer transfer window.

Damn the international break. We had to wait nearly two weeks to see those players signed in the witching hour of the summer transfer window play for their new clubs.

ESPN FC runs down the Deadline Day debutants who made their bow over the Premier League weekend. Was it worth the wait?

- Macintosh: Heroes and Villains
- Premier League: Team of the week
- Payne: United debutants deliver

Danny Welbeck (Arsenal vs Manchester City) 6/10

Perhaps the chance came too early in his Gunners career but Welbeck...


 Posted by Iain Macintosh
13 hours ago

Prem Heroes and Villains: Diego Costa features, Alan Pardew not so much

In Saturday's Premier League action, Chelsea look to build on their perfect start, while Liverpool seek to stifle an upset.

Diego Costa maintains his residence in the heroes column with a hat trick versus Swansea City, while Queens Park Rangers' entire defence earns villain status for a woeful display in a 4-0 loss to Manchester United.

HEROES

Jack Wilshere's recent performances with Arsenal had brought savage criticism not just from journalists but also from ex-players like Paul Scholes and Tony Adams. After this weekend, everyone now knows why. His display for Arsenal against Manchester City -- powerful, aggressive,...

 Posted by John Duerden
1 day ago

Uli Stielike and South Korea's new dawn will need time to shine

Uli Stielike discusses becoming South Korea head coach following the resignation of Hong Myung-bo.

"When I did press conferences in Qatar, there were only two or three reporters," said Uli Stielike as he surveyed the massed ranks of the South Korean journalists present at his unveiling on Sept. 8.

The German didn't really need to remind the media that taking over Asia's most successful national team, in global terms at least, is a little different than managing a club in Doha. There had already been plenty of discussion about his experience in the days that followed news of his appointment.

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2 days ago

FIFA president Sepp Blatter is still a man on a mission

Sepp Blatter is set to run for a fifth term as FIFA president, but the ESPN FC crew indicate FIFA need a fresh face after recent incidents of corruption.

This week's roundup of the biggest news stories sees Sepp Blatter vow to continue his "mission" at FIFA, while UEFA president Michel Platini caused a storm and Cristiano Ronaldo decided to kiss and make up with Florentino Perez.

TOP FIVE STORIES

1. Cristiano Ronaldo didn't mean it after all (Saturday, Sept. 6)

"I have my very clear opinion, but I must calculate and I cannot always say what I think because tomorrow I will be on the front of the papers and I do not want that," Ronaldo had said at the...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
2 days ago

#FCdebate: Could Argentina be a better team without Lionel Messi?

Craig Burley, Santiago Solari, Alejandro Moreno and Tommy Smyth have their say on Messi. What do you think? Vote now!

Argentina's recent 4-2 win in Germany over the world champions was achieved without Lionel Messi, who missed the game through injury. In his absence, Angel Di Maria starred with a goal and three assists, and it got some of the FC TV team pondering whether La Albiceleste could function more effectively without their best individual player.

With 42 goals in 93 games, Messi has a fine international record and won the Golden Ball at the recent World Cup, but Argentina have yet to win an international...

 Posted by Kevin Palmer
3 days ago

Welbeck, Falcao, Blind, Cambiasso, Mangala debut for new Prem squads

As the international break comes to a close, the ESPN FC men give their most anticipated matches this weekend with Chelsea taking on Swansea City, Manchester United versus Queens Park Rangers, Manchester City versus Arsenal and the Madrid derby.

The break for international fixtures delayed a host of high-profile debuts in the Premier League, so this weekend's fixtures should include first appearances for these five players who moved in the final days of the summer transfer window.

Danny Welbeck
Club: Arsenal
Cost: 16 million pounds
Burning question: Can he add consistent goals to his obvious attributes?

Arsenal knew what they were getting when they signed up for a hastily arranged deadline-day deal to sign Welbeck from Manchester...