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 By Chris Borg

Man City dominate Team of the Weekend as De Bruyne shines

The ESPN FC panel defend and debate their selections for the best XI in the Premier League this weekend.
The ESPN FC panel defend and debate their selections for the best XI in the Premier League this weekend.
The ESPN FC panel defend and debate their selections for the best XI in the Premier League this weekend.
The ESPN FC panel defend and debate their selections for the best XI in the Premier League this weekend.

After each round of Premier League fixtures, ESPN FC brings you its Team of the Weekend. Our panel of experts carefully selects 11 star performers, along with a manager.

Do you agree or disagree? You can have your say on those picked or overlooked in the comments section at the foot of the article or on Twitter using the hashtag #TOTW. Plus, tune in to Monday's ESPN FC show (5:30 p.m. ET, ESPN2) for further reaction.

ESPN FC's Team of the Weekend.

Goalkeeper: No wonder Real Madrid remain interested in Manchester United's...

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Ronald Koeman and Slaven Bilic leading Premier League sack race

With just seven points from seven games, the FC guys share their thoughts on Ronald Koeman's future as Everton manager.
Slaven Bilic explains why West Ham clearly deserved to win vs. Swansea, but agrees the fans had a right to boo them at halftime.
Slaven Bilic considers West Ham's match against Swansea crucial as the Hammers try to overcome their slow start.

An international break can be a nervous fortnight for club managers. 

Not only are players out of their care, twitchy club chairmen and owners have often used the extra breathing space in between matches to make big decisions. It now looks as if Premier League bosses have escaped the axe this time around, with Frank de Boer, sacked by Crystal Palace after four matches, remaining the sole dismissal of the season. 

That is not to say there are no managers under pressure. ESPN FC makes...

Liverpool vs. Man United: A fiery fixture that remains England's greatest rivalry

Liverpool haven't beaten Manchester United in six Premier League games, can they end that run on Saturday at Anfield?
Don Hutchison looks at how Manchester United will be able to secure an away win against Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool.
Don Hutchison discusses the three main things Liverpool will need to do in order to beat Jose Mourinho's Manchester United at Anfield.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic's late equaliser forced a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford in the last meeting between Man United and Liverpool.

Liverpool vs. Manchester United is arguably the biggest match in English football; a deep and visceral rivalry that has provided plenty of flashpoints down the years.

Ahead of the latest meeting of the two most successful clubs in the domestic game, Tony Evans (Liverpool) and Andy Mitten (Manchester United) discuss the fixture, its history and their memorable personal moments from down the years.

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When you think of Liverpool vs. Manchester United, what comes to mind?

Evans: The [Merseyside]...

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Europe's unbeaten: The keys for Barcelona, Man United and more

The top five teams in Shaka's power rankings stay the same, but there is plenty of movement in the bottom half.

Across Europe's top leagues several sides have made unbeaten starts to the season, allowing them to race clear of domestic rivals and assume the role of early title favourites.

ESPN FC asked club correspondents from Napoli, Barcelona, Manchester United, Manchester City, Borussia Dortmund, Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and Inter Milan to identify the defining factor in their strong start to the campaign.


There have been three key factors to Barcelona's perfect...

 By Simon Kuper

Dutch stagnation is due to lack of new ideas, new managers at the top

After Netherlands failed to qualify for a second straight major tournament, the FC crew assess what went wrong.
Dick Advocaat praises retiring Dutch star Arjen Robben, saying the Netherlands will miss having his quality on the pitch.

You look at the Dutch team that achieved a pointless 2-0 victory over Sweden on Tuesday, while waving goodbye to qualification for next year's World Cup, and your first thought is: it's the B-team.

That would explain some of the underwhelming names on the team sheet: Lyon's Kenny Tete, Hertha Berlin's Karim Rekik and eternal journeyman Ryan Babel, who was once described by Gary Neville as always fighting with his own feet. But no: also in the team was Arjen Robben, the best Dutch player of this...

 By James Tyler

The wildest night in CONCACAF history? How the U.S. exit played out

Taylor Twellman vents his frustrations after the U.S. failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1986.
ESPN FC's Jeff Carlisle and Sebastian Salazar assess where it all went wrong for the U.S. and look ahead to what comes next.
ESPN's Jeremy Schaap tries to put the U.S.'s failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup into perspective.
Max and Herc are joined by special guest Shaka Hislop to evaluate the United States' failure to qualify for the World Cup.
Max Bretos, Herculez Gomez and Shaka Hislop discuss what needs to change within U.S. Soccer after their qualifying failure.

Over the years, to go "full CONCACAF" has been an inside joke in some corners of soccer social media due to the region's seemingly constant periods of farce and sheer drama. From curious refereeing decisions to uniquely challenging travel, it's part of what makes World Cup qualifying in North and Central America so much fun. (Well, depending on your rooting interest.)

And yet, the events of Oct. 10 might go down in the annals as the confederation's wildest evening yet. Over the course of 90...