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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Unbeaten Tottenham and Manchester City in Premier League showdown

Sergio Aguero
Sergio Aguero is back in action for Man City and in fine form.

Tottenham face Manchester City on Sunday as the remaining two unbeaten sides in the Premier League go head-to-head.

Elsewhere, resurgent Arsenal face a trip to Burnley while Manchester United host Stoke, Liverpool travel to Swansea and troubled Chelsea are at Hull. 

Predict the results of all the weekend's matches by voting in our match polls.

TOTTENHAM: Manchester City have won all six of their Premier League games so far and they are the highest scorers in the top flight with 18 goals. But...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Rashford, Iwobi, Sanches, Sane and Alli in the running to become Golden Boy

Renato Sanches impressed at Euro 2016 for Portugal and is in the running to win the Golden Boy award.

Some of the biggest rising stars in world football are in contention for the Golden Boy prize, but who should take the crown?

The prestigious award, with past winners including Lionel Messi and Paul Pogba, was established by Tuttosport in 2003 and is voted for by journalists from 30 European newspapers. All nominees must be under 21, play in the top tier in a European league and can only be included if they haven't won before.

Manchester United's Marcus Rashford joins the likes of Bayern...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Football Association in spotlight again after Sam Allardyce scandal

Sam Allardyce was only hired in the summer.

Sam Allardyce is gone after just a single match and 67 days in charge of the England national team, but the FA has been no stranger to scandal and sensational departures over the last two decades.

ESPN FC documents a series of incidents the governing body has had to deal with.

Fabio Capello quits over John Terry decision - February 2012

When England captain John Terry was accused of making a racist remark to Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand on Oct. 23 2011, it set off a chain of events...

 By Nick Miller

Antonio Conte must put his defensive nous to immediate use at Chelsea

As Chelsea reportedly plan a summer overhaul, will Antoine Griezmann be their top priority?

W2W4 previews the weekend's Premier League fixtures and highlights five key storylines.

Could Antonio Conte take a gamble with the Chelsea defence?

It's rather alarming to see just how bad Chelsea's defence is at the moment. With Branislav Ivanovic looking older than his 32 years and Gary Cahill seemingly lost without John Terry, their most reliable defender is currently David Luiz. Given that even the flamboyant Brazilian's greatest supporters would hardly describe Luiz as the most solid...

 By Tim Vickery

Questions for CONMEBOL over Copa Libertadores, Sudamericana changes

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CONMEBOL have announced changes to the Copa Libertadores and the Copa Sudamericana.

The South American Confederation, CONMEBOL, has announced it will be making big changes to its international club competitions.

Two trophies per year are up for grabs. By far the most prestigious is the Copa Libertadores, the continent's Champions League. And there is also a Europa League equivalent, known as the Copa Sudamericana.

As it stands, these are played separately, the Libertadores in the first half of the year and the Sudamericana in the second. From next year, CONMEBOL plan to run...

 By Nick Miller

Allardyce joins Brian Clough, Marcelo Bielsa in brief managerial spells

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reacts to Sam Allardyce's departure as England manager.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reacts to Sam Allardyce's departure as England manager.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reacts to Sam Allardyce's departure as England manager.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reacts to Sam Allardyce's departure as England manager.

After Sam Allardyce left the England job after just 67 days and one game in charge, we look at some of the other notoriously brief managerial spells from down the years ...

10. Jose Antonio Camacho, Real Madrid: 23 days, 1998

Taking the Madrid job has never been an especially secure employment strategy, particularly during the 1990s when no one manager lasted 100 league games, not even the one who won the Champions League in 1998. That was Jupp Heynckes, whose fourth place in the league was...