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 By Nick Miller

From Bony to Balotelli -- Premier League transfer busts since 2014

Wilfried Bony had few reasons to celebrate during a difficult start to his Manchester City career.

The transfer window has just opened but buyers beware, for a good number of moves turn out to be hugely disappointing flops. Here are 10 of the worst moves from the summer 2014 and January 2015 windows.

10. Wilfried Bony (Manchester City)

It's early days in Bony's Manchester City career, so it's probably fair to give the striker the benefit of the doubt as he takes time to adapt to a higher level since joining from Swansea. However, the Ivory Coast forward has looked nothing like the assured finisher...

Yohan Cabaye left in limbo as career stalls at Paris Saint-Germain

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop discuss PSG's pursuit of Angel Di Maria and question whether the Argentina international would find success with the French giants.

Unfortunately for Yohan Cabaye, the bench has become a very familiar place in the last 18 months.

He spent his last game of the campaign sat with France's substitutes, watching Les Bleus lose 1-0 to Albania in Elbasan on June 13. Six days earlier, in the 4-3 loss against Belgium, he was subbed off at half-time after 45 terrible minutes where he should have been sent off.

Since moving to PSG in January 2014, Cabaye has spent more time watching football than playing. This season, for example, he played...

Fenerbahce playing for high stakes in transfer market with Nani deal

Take a look at the latest transfers and rumours throughout the Premier League, as Nani arrived in Turkey for his move to Fenerbahce.

Rarely has a footballer looked so small. As Fenerbahce's new signee Nani exited the arrivals hall at Istanbul's Sabiha Gokcen airport (the city's landing point on its Asian side), clutching a jumbo bouquet of flowers and wearing a scarf in his new club's colours around his neck, he was greeted with more than mere enthusiasm.

As swarms of fans flooded the walkways, stood on makeshift vantage points and even on the vehicle chartered to take the Portuguese winger back to his hotel as flares burned...

What preseason offers Premier League clubs and fans

What does your club do on preseason tours? Last year, Man United players cruised around Beverly Hills.
What does your club do on preseason tours? Last year, Man United players cruised around Beverly Hills.
What does your club do on preseason tours? Last year, Man United players cruised around Beverly Hills.

And so it begins again. Just six and a half weeks after the end of last season, the Premier League is rousing itself for another campaign. On Wednesday, West Bromwich Albion and Southampton will play warm-up games in Austria and Germany respectively and, a day later, Sunderland will face Darlington 1883. Preseason has begun. Soon, so will the madness.

Preseason friendlies are curious things. They exist in a strange state of duality in that they can be extremely useful to those within and utterly...

 By Uli Hesse

Celebrating Germany's improbable run to glory at Italia '90

West Germany celebrate winning the 1990 World Cup.

World Cups can be like politicians; their reputations sometimes improve with the passage of time. Take the 1990 World Cup in Italy, recently honoured through numerous "25 years ago" remembrances published throughout the footballing world.

However, when the spectacle ended -- on July 8, 1990, and with a match Brian Glanville called "probably the worst, most tedious, bad-tempered final in the history of the World Cup" -- the vast majority of people were glad the whole thing was over and agreed...

CONCACAF's attempt at reform raises serious questions

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer questions the impact CONCACAF's new reform will have.

CONCACAF announced a reform framework earlier on Monday, but a former member of FIFA's independent governance committee remains unimpressed, saying the announcement lacks sufficient detail to tell if it will result in real reform.

CONCACAF's proposed framework -- made in the wake of federal indictments to some of its top officials -- covers three areas including governance, fraud prevention and transparency. The governance section includes proposals for such things as an as yet unspecified number...