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Which club is better to watch: City or PSG?

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 By Nick Miller

Pulis latest victim as Premier League bosses become endangered species

Alison Bender and Stewart Robson discuss what's next for Tony Pulis after his axe from West Brom.

It took until Feb. 23 last season for the fifth Premier League manager to lose his job, when Claudio Ranieri was fired by Leicester. There was only one more dismissal after that. Perhaps the owners of the Premier League had suddenly located that elusive elixir called patience.

It's been different this season, though. After his sacking by West Brom, Tony Pulis followed Frank De Boer, Craig Shakespeare, Ronald Koeman and Slaven Bilic into the murky and uncertain world of managerial unemployment. The...

Performance, not results: How Spurs and QPR develop young players

Harry Kane was one of many current talents who developed within Spurs' extensive, technique-based plan.

Chris Ramsey points at the cracked screen of his touch-pad where two pyramids represent the priorities of the first team and the development team. The first team's pyramid is pointed side down. At the bottom, the least important aspect of the first team is the individual. In the middle is the team performance and at the top, the widest segment of all, is the result. The development pyramid is inverted. Here the result is the least important aspect, then the team performance and then, broadest of...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Max Kruse's brilliant performance has him on top of Player Power Rankings

Craig Burley and Alexis Nunes have a look at this week's Player Power Rankings.

ESPN FC's worldwide editorial desks nominate their top performers from the weekend's action. Werder Bremen forward Max Kruse is this week's No. 1.

1. Max Kruse | Werder Bremen

Why he's here: Kruse had his hand in each one of Werder Bremen's goals in Sunday's 4-0 thrashing of Hannover, scoring a hat trick and assisting on another.

2. Mauro Icardi | Internazionale

Why he's here: The Inter captain scored both his side's goals in a 2-0 win over Atalanta on Sunday.

3. Eden Hazard | Chelsea

Why...

Man City or PSG? Which club deserves the 'great entertainers' tag?

With Neymar already being linked to Real Madrid, PSG correspondent Jonathan Johnson assesses the Brazilian's future at PSG.

They are the two teams in Europe attracting the most attention this season: Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain are playing some beautiful football, winning, and leaving their rivals trailing. But which is the more exciting to watch? We asked our correspondents, Jonathan Smith (City) and Jonathan Johnson (PSG) to decide.

Jonathan Smith: It's been an absolute pleasure watching Pep Guardiola's side this season -- an exciting style of football, plenty of goals and title rivals Liverpool, Chelsea...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Polarising Players: Ozil, Fellaini, Luiz, Benzema, Altidore, Bradley, Higuain

These seven players are never universally loved or reviled, but something vague in-between.

You know the kind of player who just divides opinion wherever he goes? Well, ESPN FC has picked out seven of the best, and you can watch why we think they are so polarizing below.

Mesut Ozil

The Arsenal playmaker isn't a beloved figure at the Emirates but has his moments of brilliance.

With criticism coming from all directions, Arsenal's Mesut Ozil may be the epitome of a polarizing player.

Marouane Fellaini

Do people dislike him because of his uncompromising, physical style or the fact that he's still so vital to Jose Mourinho and Manchester United?

Is the fact that Marouane Fellaini plays for Manchester United the reason why he strikes such a controversial player?

David Luiz

Slapstick defending and untimely...

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If Antonio Conte leaves Chelsea, he has no shortage of options -- including Italy

Shaka Hislop shares his thoughts on whether Carlo Ancelotti is the right man to bring Italy back to their former glory.
Gab Marcotti explains why he believes Italy's World Cup qualifying failure could factor into Napoli's clash against Milan.

Italy's failure to qualify for the World Cup was both a triumph and a disaster for Antonio Conte. A proud patriot's reputation has been further enhanced by the failure of his successor as national team coach. "It is a disaster for us," said Conte on Friday. "You know very well how important football is in Italy. They have to find the right solution and improve the solution."

Gian Piero Ventura failed to build on the good work Conte did in two years as Azzurri manager, paying the price by being...