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 Posted by Graham Hunter
10 hours ago

Pep Guardiola and Xabi Alonso put past behind them at Bayern Munich

After completing his move to Bayern Munich on Friday, Xabi Alonso made his debut for the side in the 1-1 against Schalke in an unfamiliar centre-back position.

It's hard work keeping up with Pep Guardiola. It's hard work working for Pep Guardiola. It's hard work being around the 43-year-old Catalan on a continuing basis.

Not unpleasant, not boring, not needlessly taxing but confusing, quixotic, tiring and often a pain in the butt.

But, of course, it's usually worth the effort.

However, in case the casual observer isn't up to speed, I'll try to explain starting with a small example.

During the first long-ish interview I had with Guardiola, I offered up ...

 Posted by Iain Macintosh
12 hours ago

Transfer window should know its place

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

Apologies were quickly made by pensive presenters and the show went on, but something had changed. You could see the anxiety that swirled behind their eyes.

After years of increasingly playful, self-referential hyperbole, the innocence of their transfer deadline day was lost and they knew it. How could they not? A man had just been violated in the ear with a sex toy on live television. I don't care how professional you are, that's the kind of thing that makes you stop and think.

British broadcas...

John Brewin profile picture Posted by John Brewin
14 hours ago

Premier League stars left in limbo after the transfer deadline

ESPN FC's Ian Darke and Alison Bender review the biggest winners and losers of the transfer window.

They are the remains of the day, those unwanted players left on the shelf when the transfer window closed. In some cases, there were no takers. In others, negotiations broke down.

Tom Cleverley was almost one of them. The consensus among those in the game is that the Manchester United midfielder needed a move to reboot an ailing career. Avenues to Aston Villa and Everton opened. Valencia held passing interest, too, for a player who admires the Spanish game. Spain was never an option since Cleve...

 Posted by Rory Smith
17 hours ago

When did the transfer window become more important than football?

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

And so that's it, for another few months. How was transfer deadline day, summer 2014, for you? It may not have been a classic of the genre -- certainly not a patch on the market leader: that summer evening in 2008 that shall forever be known as Robinho Day -- but it ticked most of the boxes.

Manchester United, out of the blue, signed one of the finest players in the world in Falcao; Arsenal required an extension to the 11 p.m. cut-off to complete the purchase of Danny Welbeck. At least two play...

 Posted by Dermot Corrigan
17 hours ago

Despite criticism, Real Madrid will continue signing big stars

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe analyses the moves Real Madrid have made in the transfer window, which have been unpopular with some of their star players.

Sunday's shock 4-2 defeat at Real Sociedad set alarm bells ringing for many at and around Real Madrid, and lead to renewed questioning of the transfer policy of Blancos president Florentino Perez.

Without the departed Xabi Alonso and Angel Di Maria, the Madrid midfield completely lacked balance, while new galacticos James Rodriguez and Toni Kroos were totally overrun as a 2-0 lead was blown in the most embarrassing of circumstances.

That defeat at Anoeta added to disquiet building during recent ...

 Posted by Uli Hesse
21 hours ago

Germany's long history of struggling after big triumphs

In our final installment of "Untameable Spirit: Passion for the Beautiful Game," we witness the culmination of the World Cup through the eyes of tense Germany and Argentina fans.

Shortly after Germany's World Cup win in July 2014, Franz Beckenbauer was asked about the team's prospects. Wasn't the future glowing, with all those young players waiting in the wings?

"The German team will be very hard to beat," the man they still call the Kaiser replied. Then he smiled and added: "But I'm not going to make the mistake again of saying Germany will be unbeatable for years to come."

He'd made that famous mistake in 1990, as the outgoing coach of the team that had won the World C...