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 Posted by Graham Parker
7 hours ago

Misplaced end-of-season priorities in MLS shown in New York vs. Seattle

New York Red Bulls forward Bradley Wright-Phillips scored a hat-trick to guide his team to a 4-1 win over Seattle Sounders.

HARRISON, N.J. -- It's one of the curios of MLS that late-season games can matter for all sorts of very different reasons to different teams, and even individual players, in a slightly incoherent way that just won't quite make sense to fans of other leagues. There's direct competition on the field, sure, and both sides are ultimately aiming for the same MLS Cup, but the relative plotted routes to that trophy and the differing event horizons and short term targets that accompany those routes mean...

 Posted by Ian Darke
8 hours ago

Premier League filled with shocks and surprises

Leicester City's second half demolition of Manchester United is the Premier League's spotlight moment of the week.

Early season league tables often resemble fairy tales by Hans Christian Andersen, but the current Premier League standings are beyond even the wildest imagination.

Chelsea are deserved leaders and you wonder whether they might score a gun-to-tape title success. The draw at the Etihad kept the margin between the two favourites at five points, and that might take some pegging back. Chelsea legend Frank Lampard, playing in City blue, looked the most reluctant scorer since Denis Law scored for Man City...

 Posted by Iain Macintosh
1 day ago

Heroes and Villains: Manchester United at home in the Villains section

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini praises Frank Lampard and reacts to what was "the best game of the season."

Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and Radamel Falcao contemplate facing the wrath of Iain Macintosh once again.

Heroes and Villains is back for another week, and -- surprise, surprise -- Manchester United feature once again in the Villains column ...

HEROES

How can you single out any of the Leicester City players after their finest result in recent years? It's one thing for Nigel Pearson to assemble a competitive Premier League team with, for the most part, Football League signings. It's entirely another to pull the pants off one of the nation's most expensively assembled teams down around their ankles. The...

 Posted by Miguel Delaney
3 days ago

Man City and Chelsea's matchup will be determined in the midfield

Jose Mourinho has revealed Diego Costa will start in Chelsea's clash with Manchester City, but still has fears over the striker's problematic hamstring.

It says a lot about Chelsea's current form that before a big game, there was no big statement from Jose Mourinho, no big goad.

It made quite a contrast to the buildup for his side's previous league trip to Manchester City, when the manager criticised their application of financial fair play. Here, ahead of a match that could already set a tone for the title race in terms of how far apart the two clubs are in the table, Mourinho was unwilling to even discuss how close they are as teams.

"I don't want...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
3 days ago

#FCdebate: Will Chelsea or Man City win the Premier League?

The ESPN FC panel discuss how victory for Manchester City over Chelsea could prove pivotal to City's title ambitions.

Before the season began, Manchester City and Chelsea were widely tipped to be the two clubs to challenge for the Premier League crown. They meet Sunday in what could be an indication as to the pair's title credentials, and it's prompted the FC TV crew to ask who has the early-season chops to lift the Premier League trophy in May.

Chelsea have already built up a five-point advantage over the reigning champions and stand as the only side in the league with a perfect record. New signings Cesc Fabregas...

3 days ago

Rio Ferdinand gets chippy with former United boss David Moyes

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Craig Burley bash Rio Ferdinand's criticism of David Moyes.

This week's roundup of the biggest news stories sees Rio Ferdinand getting upset about chips and Real Madrid fans jeering their team during a 5-1 win.

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1. Rio gets chippy with Moyes (Monday, Sept. 15)

With Sunday marking Rio Ferdinand's first return to Old Trafford since leaving Manchester United, the Queens Park Rangers defender made the most of the attention via a series of extracts from his latest autobiography, published in The Sun.

After lifting the lid on his shock at being...