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Arsenal vs. Chelsea in Community Shield

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Chelsea, Man City, Arsenal or Man United -- which club has most to do?

The FC TV panel have had their say, but what do you think? Vote now!

The start of the Premier League season is just eight days away but the transfer window will remain open for some four and a half more weeks and it is the issue of squad-building that forms the basis of our debate this week:

Most to do in the remainder of the transfer window?

Defending champions Chelsea have had a relatively quiet summer. Only Radamel Falcao and Asmir Begovic have been added to Jose Mourinho's squad, while Didier Drogba, Petr Cech and Filipe Luis have all left Stamford Bridge.

At £49 million, Raheem Sterling's move from...

Didier Drogba, the Ayew brothers and Itumeleng Khune in the news in Africa

Chelsea legend Didier Drogba is the latest Premier League star to head across the Atlantic Ocean and his new club Montreal Impact expect him to be a big hit.

While clubs across the world are frantically adding to their squad before the transfer window closes in September, one African league has closed shop completely.

Algeria will no longer allow any new foreign signings. However, there was still some activity for the rest of the continent's players, with a South African's protracted transfer saga coming to an end and some high profile signings in and out of Europe.

On the field, two African leagues wrapped up and both crowned a new champion.

Here's...

 By Rob Brooks

Scott Miller looking to make his mark in the A-League with Newcastle Jets

Scott Miller
Scott Miller has taken a gamble, but so have the club he has joined.

Sometimes it only takes one phone call to send a career in football to the other side of the world. For Scott Miller -- who was serving the ninth year of his coaching apprenticeship at Fulham at the time -- that moment arrived when Australia national team boss Ange Postecoglou dialled his number in early June.

A vacancy which would suit a driven, disciplined young coach had emerged Down Under and the Asian Cup winning Postecoglou urged Miller to take the opportunity. Within a matter of days, the...

Rivalry returns as Wenger and Mourinho set for Arsenal vs. Chelsea

The ESPN FC crew debate which side has the best defence in football, if Arsenal are done spending and more.

The Premier League returns next week and to get us in the mood, it's Arsenal vs. Chelsea in the Community Shield on Sunday. It's a chance to lay down a marker for the rest of the campaign as Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho do battle once again and ESPN FC bloggers Tom Adams (Arsenal) and Mark Worrall (Chelsea) take us through what to expect.

How's your summer been so far compared to Sunday's opponents?

Tom Adams: Let's put it this way: win on Saturday and Barcelona's reign as Europe's...

Sinclair and Wilson among Premier League's next breakthrough players?

With aging defenders and money to spend, Chelsea have their eye on John Stones, and ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti says it's a necessary investment.
There are big expectations for Liverpool's Jerome Sinclair, left, Chelsea's Bertrand Traore, middle, and Manchester United's James Wilson, right, this season.

Star names and big-money signings may hog the headlines but fans are also frequently fascinated by the young players with the talent to build their reputations at their club. Terry Burton, the former Wimbledon manager, Arsenal head of development and West Brom technical director, tips five Premier League boys to break through to the big time this season and two more who are not far behind:

1. Jerome Sinclair, 18, forward, Liverpool

A lot of people would look at Jordon Ibe as someone ready to make...

 By Michael Cox

Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey aims to be a future captain of the Gunners

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is keen to add his first piece of silverware of the season ahead of the Community Shield against Chelsea.
Aaron Ramsey's, left, perseverance through multiple injuries has served him well as he's emerged as a key player and leader for Arsenal.

Every summer, there's a consensus that Arsenal need new players: sometimes goalkeepers, sometimes defenders, sometimes midfielders and sometimes forwards. But we're always told they need something else, too: leaders.

That's more difficult, because you can't solve that problem overnight in the transfer market. Becoming a leader is generally a gradual progression, a quality that comes with experience at a club after years spent earning the respect of your peers.

For Arsenal, the usual wearers of the...