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 By Andy Mitten
3 hours ago

Clayton, Edwards and Man United's historical English Midlands links

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal talks about his first three months in charge and the ESPN FC crew discusses the upcoming game between West Brom and Manchester United.

Manchester United play in West Bromwich on Monday, the town which is part of an area of the English Midlands known as the "Black Country," which produced Duncan Edwards, one of the club's greatest ever players.

Had the game not been on a weekday evening when motorway traffic will be heavy, more United fans would stop off in nearby Dudley, to pay their respects at his statue in the town centre, his grave in the cemetery or the two stained-glass windows commemorating Edwards in St. Francis' Church.

Edwards'...

 By Tim Vickery
6 hours ago

Colo Colo's Santiago derby win forces Chilean league down to the wire

Jean Beausejour, right, played in England for four years and is now starring for Colo Colo.

There was a glut of South American goals in the Premier League this weekend -- including strikes from the Chilean pair, Alexis Sanchez and Eduardo Vargas. Meanwhile, one of their compatriots, a Premier League old boy, scored a vital goal back in their homeland.

Jean Beausejour spent four years in England, between 2010 and 14, split between Birmingham City and Wigan Athletic. With all due respect to these clubs, they are hardly giants of their domestic championship -- in stark contrast to his current...

 By Nick Miller
9 hours ago

Top Tenner: Own goals

Santiago Vergini scored a remarkable own goal for Sunderland at the weekend.

On Saturday, Santiago Vergini managed an incredible own goal as his side Sunderland slumped to an 8-0 defeat at Southampton. Inspired by the Argentine's calamity, Nick Miller has selected 10 of the most eye-opening own goals.

10) Gershom Cox, Aston Villa vs. Wolves, 1888

As ever, we should start at the beginning. The first ever recorded own goal in English football history came in 1888, and perhaps as a portent of how magnificently silly this sport was to become, it was for a long time believed...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
11 hours ago

#FCtalkingpoints: Balotelli, Aguero, Sunderland, Messi and Bayern Munich

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol gives his take on Brendan Rodgers' comments on a struggling Mario Balotelli.

After another action-packed weekend, there's plenty to discuss. Here are five hot-button topics that have been generating debate -- we want to know what you think!

Vote and comment below or on Twitter using the hashtag #FCtalkingpoints.

It's now six Premier League games without a goal for Mario Balotelli, who was so poor in Liverpool's win at QPR that club blogger David Usher awarded him a 2 out of 10 in his player ratings!

Will Mario Balotelli prove to be a success at Liverpool?

No such trouble for Sergio Aguero, who scored all four of Manchester...

 By Nick Miller
1 day ago

Top Tenner: Biggest wins in Premier League history

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman said he was surprised with the 8-0 scoreline against Sunderland, but quite pleased with his side's ambition to score more goals.

After Southampton's 8-0 destruction of a woeful Sunderland outfit on Saturday, now seems like an ideal time to take a look back at the top 10 biggest wins in Premier League history ...

10) Arsenal 7-0 Everton, May 2005

There have been six 7-0 wins in the history of the Premier League. A couple have been fairly joyless pummellings (Manchester City 7-0 Norwich in November 2013 and Chelsea 7-0 Stoke in April 2010), and a couple have been by Arsenal -- one a drubbing of Middlesbrough in January 2006...

2 days ago

Pressure grows on Walter Mazzarri at Inter Milan ahead of Napoli reunion

Walter Mazzarri's Inter returned to their winning ways in Thursday's Europa League victory over Qarabag.
Inter Milan coach Walter Mazzarri faces his former club on Sunday.

Encounters with the past can have a decisive bearing on a person's future and, for Inter coach Walter Mazzarri, Sunday's game against Napoli is no different.

On the face of it, the 53-year-old is in no immediate danger. Financial circumstances mean another defeat would unlikely bring the first dismissal of his career even if (the expensive) Roberto Mancini and (the cheap) Walter Zenga have been mentioned.

Furthermore, Inter's new owner, Erick Thohir, is more patient than his predecessor, Massimo...