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 By Rory Smith

Jose Mourinho must build a Chelsea dynasty if he's to be an all-time great

The ESPN FC crew react to comments made by Rafa Benitez's wife regarding Jose Mourinho and the Chelsea manager's rebuttal.
Can Jose Mourinho build on last season's success and sustain a winning side for years to come?

The team Rafael Benitez found when he arrived in Milan in 2010 was spent. Barely a few weeks before, Internazionale had completed an historic Treble under Jose Mourinho, adding the Champions League to the Serie A title and Coppa Italia they had already won, but after a few days of preseason training, it was obvious something was missing.

Psychologically, the success they had enjoyed the previous year had sated them, blunting the sharp edge of hunger. Physically, they had little left in the tank....

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsene Wenger: Arsenal's 10 greatest moments under the French boss

Arsene Wenger has spent 19 years at Arsenal and helped turn the club into one of the best in Europe with his focus on fitness, shrewd transfer nous and attacking mentality. Here, we look at some of his best moments at the club.

10. Move to the Emirates Stadium, 2006

Arsenal Emirates Stadium exterior.
The Emirates Stadium has become the gold standard for new stadium projects.

9. Beating Inter Milan 5-1 at San Siro, 2003

Henry
Thierry Henry inspired Arsenal to a rout of Inter Milan that ended with five goals.

8. Beating Real Madrid at the Bernabeu, 2006

Henry netted a stunning goal in the last-16 first leg Champions League victory over Real Madrid in the Bernabeu.

7. Back-to-back FA Cups vs. Hull and Villa, 2014 and 2015

Wenger had not won a trophy for nine years, but ended that drought by defending the FA Cup.

6. Reaching the Champions League final, 2006

Jens Lehmann was sent off during Arsenal's Champions League final defeat against Barcelona in 2006.
Arsenal made it to Paris to face Barcelona in the UCL final, but Jens Lehmann saw red early on and they lost 2-1.

5. Sylvain Wiltord seals...

David De Gea must decide his future and the Barcelona goalkeeper battle

Real Madrid manager Rafael Benitez insists he's happy with his goalkeeping options as the possibility of signing Manchester United's David De Gea continues to loom in the balance.

The trouble with David De Gea is that he doesn't thrive in front of the microphone or the camera.

Right now it's costing him.

De Gea is just a guy who sees relatively little use for a media profile, who neither feels particularly up nor down if there's an interview with him in the Spanish or, much less, the UK media and who is at a club which continues to be very happy to protect and limit access to its players.

I've interviewed the Manchester United keeper and enjoyed the chat -- he was both polite...

Ibrahimovic, Rooney, Suarez and Mourinho talk to ESPN FC

It's been a busy few weeks here at ESPN FC, featuring a number of interviews with some of the game's biggest names. Here are the best bits from chats with Jose Mourinho, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Wayne Rooney and Luis Suarez.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic on his Paris Saint-Germain future, how he can improve and a meeting with his namesake!
Zlatan Ibrahimovic on his Paris Saint-Germain future, how he can improve and a meeting with his namesake!
Zlatan Ibrahimovic on his Paris Saint-Germain future, how he can improve and a meeting with his namesake!
Wayne Rooney on captaincy, Louis van Gaal, the Champions League and England's form.
Wayne Rooney on captaincy, Louis van Gaal, the Champions League and England's form.
Wayne Rooney on captaincy, Louis van Gaal, the Champions League and England's form.
Wayne Rooney on captaincy, Louis van Gaal, the Champions League and England's form.
Wayne Rooney on captaincy, Louis van Gaal, the Champions League and England's form.
Luis Suarez on being conscious of his actions, life at Barcelona and his friendship with Steven Gerrard.
Luis Suarez on being conscious of his actions, life at Barcelona and his friendship with Steven Gerrard.
Luis Suarez on being conscious of his actions, life at Barcelona and his friendship with Steven Gerrard.
Luis Suarez on being conscious of his actions, life at Barcelona and his friendship with Steven Gerrard.
Luis Suarez on being conscious of his actions, life at Barcelona and his friendship with Steven Gerrard.
Jose Mourinho on the competitive Premier League, the Champions League, John Terry and Petr Cech.
Jose Mourinho on the competitive Premier League, the Champions League, John Terry and Petr Cech.
Jose Mourinho on the competitive Premier League, the Champions League, John Terry and Petr Cech.
Jose Mourinho on the competitive Premier League, the Champions League, John Terry and Petr Cech.

 By Uli Hesse

How the Bundesliga ended up with 18 teams and why it won't change soon

Christian Heidel's push for Bundesliga expansion would bring in more money but at a price to the league.

Ever since the Premier League announced its monster new television deal in February, the Bundesliga is talking about money. To be exact: about how to generate more of it. Christian Heidel, the business manager at Mainz, has used this debate to re-introduce an idea that has been making the rounds for more than ten years: the prospect of adding two more teams to the Bundesliga.

The first leading club representative to seriously suggest this was Eintracht Frankfurt chairman, Heribert Bruchhagen....

 By Jason Davis

D.C. United and Orlando rookie Cyle Larin the big stars in MLS Week 22

Relive the top moments from around Major League Soccer in week 22 as the Wright-Phillips brothers propelled the Red Bulls, DC United triumph in a ten goal thriller and more.

D.C. United's personality throughout the 2015 season has been one of grind, grind, grind. It sounds like a slight, but United's unflashy play has served them more than well enough to put them clear of the pack and solidly in first place in the Eastern Conference.

Ben Olsen's team was built around solid defense and timely goals. No one quite knew whether this United team was good enough to clear the hurdle that tripped up last year's side, but for the time being, there was no shame in getting the...