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ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
24 minutes ago

#FCdebate: Will Chelsea or Man City win the Premier League?

The ESPN FC panel discuss how victory for Manchester City over Chelsea could prove pivotal to City's title ambitions.

Before the season began, Manchester City and Chelsea were widely tipped to be the two clubs to challenge for the Premier League crown. They meet Sunday in what could be an indication as to their pair's title credentials, and it's prompted the FC TV crew to ask who has the early-season chops to lift the Premier League trophy in May.

Chelsea have already built up a five-point advantage over the reigning champions and stand as the only side in the league with a perfect record. New signings Cesc Fabregas...

37 minutes ago

Rio Ferdinand gets chippy with former United boss David Moyes

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Craig Burley bash Rio Ferdinand's criticism of David Moyes.

This week's roundup of the biggest news stories sees Rio Ferdinand getting upset about chips and Real Madrid fans jeering their team during a 5-1 win.

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1. Rio gets chippy with Moyes (Monday, Sept. 15)

With Sunday marking Rio Ferdinand's first return to Old Trafford since leaving Manchester United, the Queens Park Rangers defender made the most of the attention via a series of extracts from his latest autobiography, published in The Sun.

After lifting the lid on his shock at being...

John Brewin profile picture Posted by John Brewin
2 hours ago

England finally gets its prize in hosting Euro 2020 semifinals and final

Wembley has already hosts two UEFA Champions League finals.

It's coming home again, but only after a trans-Europe express. London will provide the venue for the semifinals and final of Euro 2020. Wembley and English football, having missed out on hosting both the 2006 and 2018 World Cup finals, will stage a major international tournament for the first time since Euro '96.

For those who travel first-class, the summer of 2020 will undoubtedly be a blast. The tournament will take in 13 cities over a landmass stretching west to east from Dublin to Baku, Azerbaijan,...

 Posted by Sid Lowe
3 hours ago

Seven clubs, four nations, hard knocks: Meet football's top journeyman

Keeper Toni Doblas, left, has taken a bumpy career path that has landed him at HJK Helsinki and the Europa League.

By the sixth or seventh replay, Toni Doblas rolled his eyes, laughed and began to protest. Down on the floor by the mouth of the players' tunnel at Parken, Copenhagen, someone has installed a small television screen. The stadium is virtually empty now and Doblas, goalkeeper for HJK Helsinki, has just finished his post-match warm-down, red socks round his ankles. His attention is drawn to the screen. The goal he conceded in tonight's Europa League at FC Kobenhavn comes up on the screen. And then...

John Brewin profile picture Posted by John Brewin
6 hours ago

Magath and Solskjaer's demise after drinking from poisoned chalices

Felix Magath oversaw an incredible decline at Fulham.

Felix Magath and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer already had something in common. As players, both scored winning goals in European Cup finals: Magath for Hamburg against Juventus in 1983; Solskjaer for Manchester United against Bayern in 1999. Now their managerial ventures in English football share a doomed symmetry.

Their exits happened within hours of each other on Thursday night, and shared a common message. Fulham's sacking of Magath and Solskjaer's axeing (though the line of "mutual consent" was trotted...

 Posted by Firdose Moonda
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Cape Verde's fairytale rise shows no sign of slowing

Cape Verde striker Ze Luis, pictured here for Braga, has returned to his national team's squad and will be central to their continued rise up the ranks.

Cape Verde stole football fans' hearts when they reached the 2013 African Nations' Cup (ANC) quarterfinals. For a country with a population of just 500,000 and a team with a coach whose day job was an air-traffic controller, their achievement was a stunning example of punching above one's weight.

Their World Cup dreams were shattered, though, when they had to give up their place in the final round of qualification for the 2014 tournament because of their own error. Despite topping their group, they...