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Marcotti: Platini's missed opportunity

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 Posted by Dermot Corrigan
17 minutes ago

Five things we learned in La Liga

Two goals from David Zurutuza help Sociedad fight back from 2 goals down to hand Real Madrid their first league loss of the season.

Each week we will take a look at five things we learned from the weekend of La Liga action. This weekend, we pile through Real Madrid's defeat, while Atletico bounced back.

1. Madrid go into post-formation phase

It seemed likely that Real Madrid would miss the departed Xabi Alonso at some point this season, but few predicted the problem would become so obvious so soon. Blowing a 2-0 lead to lose 4-2 at Real Sociedad has turned the focus immediately onto how coach Carlo Ancelotti can re-find the ...

 Posted by Miguel Delaney
12 hours ago

Five transfer deadline day storylines

ESPN FC's Craig Burley weighs in on the latest wave of transfers to hit the English Premier League.

As the hours count down until the transfer window closes on Monday, there is still much to be done by many clubs in need of squad reinforcements. Here is a look at five stories that could run and run until the very end.

1. Will Manchester United finally get Arturo Vidal?

With the imminent arrival of Daley Blind, Manchester United are saying their business is now probably done ... unless the right deal comes available. That deal, however, is rather specific. Despite the club's repeated denials ...

 Posted by Iain Macintosh
12 hours ago

Heroes and Villains: Premier League week three

This Sunday's Premier League action concluded with an unlikely draw between Arsenal and newly promoted Leicester City, while proceeding that match Liverpool made amends for their previous loss to Manchester City with an emphatic win over Tottenham.

While Everton vs. Chelsea had pretty much everything you could want from a football match, it was a miserable weekend for clubs from Manchester. Here's a look at the best and worst from the Premier League.

HEROES

Diego Costa, it must be said, has settled very quickly into life with Chelsea. With four Premier League goals to his name already, the contrast between the present and the past couldn't be starker. Last season, it took Fernando Torres until mid-January to score that many. It's not that...

20 hours ago

Manchester United have splashed the cash; now they must improve fast

Louis van Gaal's new-look Manchester United failed to deliver the goods against newly promoted Burnley.

Miracles take time. That seems to be the message from Manchester United's new manager, Louis van Gaal, after another limp display in their goalless draw at Burnley on Saturday. But how much time do United have? Vital ground has already been lost and the financial consequences of another failure to reach the Champions League do not bear thinking about.

It is clear that for all his pedigree and aura, Van Gaal did not walk into Old Trafford with a magic wand or an instant fix kit.

The misleading su...

 Posted by John Duerden
1 day ago

It's now or never for AC Milan's Keisuke Honda

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reacts to Fernando Torres' two-year loan from Chelsea to AC Milan and reveals the specifics behind the move.

Keisuke Honda is something of an enigma -- as much Luke Skywalker as Han Solo. Cocky yet shy, cool yet wide-eyed, friendly yet guarded.

He talks to the press, properly talks, when there is something he wants to say but can be adept at avoiding the limelight or any question.

When he returned to Tokyo from Moscow in 2013, the press pack at Narita Airport was surprised to see a son, of whose existence they knew not, in tow. In a country where he can be seen on the sides of skyscrapers and on televi...

 Posted by James Tyler
1 day ago

Three Points: Everton vs. Chelsea

League leaders Chelsea made a real statement of intent with their 6-3 shootout victory over Everton.

A trio of thoughts from Chelsea's wild 6-3 win over Chelsea at Goodison Park on Saturday.

1. An instant classic

First off, this was the kind of game that requires 10 points. Attempting to distill the breathtaking, beautiful chaos of the second half at Goodison Park is akin to telling someone the plot of Lord of the Rings in a single line. You could do it, sure, but why would you choose to?

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As it panned out, Chelsea deserved their victory. The raucous Everton crowd might say otherwise, suc...