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11 hours ago

Can AS Roma get over their UCL disappointment in Moscow?

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses the scenarios for the teams trying to qualify from Group E in the Champions League.

It's a cross Roma will have to bear.

Vasili Berezutski checked inside and curled a ball into the area for his teammates, Alan Dzagoev and Seydou Doumbia. This was a Champions League Hail Mary. Caught between two CSKA stools, goalkeeper Morgan de Sanctis froze in the Moscow cold. Anticipating point-blank contact from one of them, it touched neither and fell into his net.

A speculative swing of Berezutski's boot instead felt like a sucker punch. It floored Roma. Francesco Totti told Sky Italia afterward...

 By Rory Smith
14 hours ago

When will teams learn that no-one has cracked the transfer code?

The ESPN FC crew discuss who they think will finish the season as the BPL's leading scorer, if Chelsea can win the Treble and where they think Petr Cech will be playing football next season.

There is a very good chance that, until a couple of weeks ago, you had never heard of Paul Mitchell. Perhaps his name rings a bell with Southampton fans, and maybe even supporters of his former club, MK Dons. All but the most devout, though, would probably have struggled to pick him out of a line-up.

That is not to say that he was a nobody. Far from it, in fact. Those behind the scenes on the south coast have long thought highly of Mitchell; his record as the club's talent scout certainly warranted...

 By Tony Mabert
15 hours ago

Jack Wilshere's 'brittle' ankles, Lionel Messi's record, Cristiano Ronaldo row

The ESPN FC crew discuss Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi competing for the Champions League goal scoring record.

This week's roundup of the biggest and most unusual news stories features more Arsenal woe, more Messi record-breaking and Liverpool's goalkeeper being the butt of a very old joke.


1. Wenger fends off more barbs (Monday, Nov. 24)

While Arsenal's Premier League clash with Manchester United lacked the wider significance of recent years, last Saturday's home defeat still sparked much consternation among Gunners fans. Alisher Usmanov, the club's second-biggest shareholder, seized his...

17 hours ago

Borussia Dortmund are in a crisis, but don't expect Jurgen Klopp to leave yet

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti doesn't think Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp is attracted to the glitz of the Premier League.

Performances and results don't always go together in football, as Bayern Munich experienced (with 10 men) in their 3-2 defeat at Manchester City on Tuesday. Borussia Dortmund can testify to another paradox: Even when there's very little to play for, you can still lose big.

Wednesday night's trip to the Emirates was supposed to be a "holiday" (according to Jurgen Klopp) from domestic, wrong-end-of-the-table chores. Midweek escapism had worked well for BVB before -- they had won all four of their...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
19 hours ago

#FCdebate -- Can Chelsea go unbeaten in the Premier League?

The FC TV panel disagree on Chelsea's prospects. What do you think? Vote now!

After 12 games of the Premier League season, Chelsea have a six-point lead at the top having dropped just four points to date.

Indeed, so dominant have Jose Mourinho's men been that discussions regarding whether or not they will win the title are being replaced by debates as to whether they can emulate Arsenal's "Invincibles," who went unbeaten throughout the 2003-04 campaign.

Can Chelsea finish the Premier League season unbeaten?

It's a tall order, of course, to avoid defeat for 38 games but Chelsea have already played at -- and not been beaten by...

 By Lee Roden
23 hours ago

Valencia prepare to make statement against Barcelona

Valencia can give themselves some momentum with a big win this weekend.

A storm is coming to Valencia. Thunder, lightning and rain are due to lash the Mestalla this weekend, and with Barcelona paying a visit Sunday, the weather will only further enhance the intense atmosphere being constructed by the home team.

Los Che has no midweek European football to get excited about this season, so La Liga is everything, and no fixtures are more important than the clashes with the big boys. They serve as a chance to let the world know that after a sparse decade, change is in...