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 By Nick Miller

How the Premier League has evolved in 25 years to become what it is today

As the 25th anniversary of the Premier League nears, the FC crew discuss how the league has changed over a quarter century.

A quarter of a century ago, a new era of English football began. At the time, only a few things about the newly minted Premier League looked different: more TV cameras, some referees wore green rather than black, and the new backpass rule meant the sight of goalkeepers panicking at having to control the ball brought a few laughs.

But one thing really stood out: the hype. After Sky Sports arrived and started to sell football as almost a lifestyle choice rather than simply a sport, suddenly it was...

Cristiano Ronaldo shows he's human; Matic key for Man Utd; Neymar's start

The FC crew talk the length of suspension that would be suitable for Cristiano Ronaldo's actions in the Spanish Super Cup.

It was all set up so nicely. Other than an eight-minute cameo against Manchester United in the European Super Cup, Cristiano Ronaldo hadn't played at all since June. Against Barcelona, in the first leg of the Spanish Super Cup on Sunday, he came in just before the hour mark with his team one-nil up. After Lionel Messi converted a dubious penalty, Ronaldo scored an absolutely stunning long-range goal to put Madrid ahead.

So far, so good. He then decided to take off his shirt (OK, he has the body...

 By Michael Cox

One big question for Arsenal, Chelsea, Man Utd, Man City, Spurs, Liverpool

The FC panel delve into their 2017-18 Premier League title predictions.

The new Premier League campaign is finally here, starting with Arsenal's home meeting with Leicester at the Emirates on Friday evening. But what are the major tactical issues facing the title contenders?

Here's a run-down of the major question mark about each side's tactical approach.

Arsenal: Will they stick with the 3-4-2-1?

The immediate answer to this question is simple: yes. Arsene Wenger's decision to switch to a three-man defence last season for the first time in over 20 years completely...

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Football gets the Hollywood treatment: previewing the season in movie form

The FC panel delve into their 2017-18 Premier League title predictions.
Craig Burley explains why Ousmane Dembele is a perfect example of the power players possess when it comes to transfer requests.

Like it or not, football feels a lot more epic these days. Every big transfer is a saga worthy of the full cinematic treatment and every big game seems suited to the big screen.

With that in mind, we've sketched out some of the storylines set to rule over the 2017-18 season and imagined how they'd translate to Hollywood.

Posters designed and illustrated by Neil Jamieson

Tottenham's new stadium won't be ready until 2018, which means they're playing the current campaign at Wembley Stadium....

Denilson knows firsthand the pressure that comes with world-record transfer

Denilson had no clue about the amount of pressure that would come with being the world's most expensive footballer.

The scene was in itself a carnival of ironies. After being nutmegged by an opponent, Denilson body-checked him and reacted furiously to the referee's decision to award a foul -- from which, by the way, the opposition scored the winning goal.

"It seems that the referee wanted go home bragging that he didn't blow the whistle once when I was fouled. Congratulations," Denilson said while still on the pitch.

Famous for trickery in his playing days, the Brazilian was the star of an otherwise innocuous...

 By James Tyler

The many faces of Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool's super-animated manager

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and company talk Liverpool as the club once again turn down Barcelona's bid for Philippe Coutinho.
The FC crew talk tactics for Liverpool should star play-maker Philippe Coutinho make a move to Barcelona this summer.

Liverpool fans rejoiced when the club announced that Jurgen Klopp had agreed to become manager following the promising but disappointing reign of Brendan Rodgers. Since he took over in October 2015, Klopp has tried to rebuild the Reds into an attacking, aggressive squad, and though the results haven't always been as expected, the entertainment level has always been high.

Much of that entertainment, of course, is on the sideline with Klopp himself. He's constantly buzzing around his technical...