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10 things you need to know about FIFA official Domenico Scala

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Shaka Hislop tie the bow on a monumental day in football with Sepp Blatter set to step down as FIFA President, where both agree it's an end of an era.

In announcing his resignation plans Tuesday, outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter anointed a little-known pharmaceutical company board member, Domenico Scala, to help implement the reforms that Blatter suddenly recognizes are needed to restore public faith in global soccer's dysfunctional governing body. But who is Scala?

Here are 10 things you need to know about the man who will oversee the election of Blatter's successor.

1. Swiss connection: Like his boss, Scala was born is Switzerland. The 50-year-old...

 By Rory Smith

Messi, Tevez and Mascherano all seek redemption in Berlin's UCL final

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti previews the Champions League final, where he indicates the script is currently favouring in-form Barcelona.

Back, then, to Berlin. Saturday's Champions League final between Barcelona and Juventus offers three Juve players -- Gianluigi Buffon, Andrea Barzagli and Andrea Pirlo -- a chance to relive a moment they will never forget: helping Italy win the 2006 World Cup, the high point of their careers. But they are not the only ones for whom the German capital holds memories. Lionel Messi, Javier Mascherano and Carlos Tevez all remember Berlin, too.

Argentina were the best team in that tournament. Their...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico bursting with options as Miguel Herrera plots Copa America glory

Mexico coach Miguel Herrera admits his side are desperate for Copa America glory this summer.

There will be little rest for Mexico from now until the end of July with a packed schedule that includes friendlies, the Copa America and the Gold Cup.

In terms of El Tri's depth chart, the fact that 46 players will be split between both tournaments offers huge opportunities for players to jump up the Mexico depth chart ahead of this fall's World Cup qualifiers if they can impress coach Miguel Herrera -- or slide down if they don't hit top form.

What follows is a snapshot of what Mexico talent pool...

Sepp Blatter's resignation - what it means and what happens next?

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Shaka Hislop tie the bow on a monumental day in football with Sepp Blatter set to step down as FIFA President, where both agree it's an end of an era.

FIFA president Sepp Blatter announced his resignation on Tuesday amid the corruption scandal that has rocked world football's governing body. Gabriele Marcotti takes us through the "Game of Thrones" style intrigue and what we might expect next.  

Q: So Sepp Blatter's gone. Just like that.

A: Well, not really. Not for another six to nine months, at which point a new FIFA president will be elected. But yeah, Blatter has resigned.

Q: Should I buy the reasons he gave? Like feeling that he didn't...

Rafa Benitez faces a big challenge as Real Madrid's new manager

ESPN FC analyst Stewart Robson says Rafa Benitez's appointment as Real Madrid coach will not guide them out of their slump.

In many ways, it would be easier to assess Rafa Benitez's prospects at Real Madrid if the last two years at Napoli had never happened. When you get a set of data that is so radically different from the rest of your available information, you need to weigh whether it's indicative of real change or whether it's just "noise," an error in measurement.

Benitez takes over at the Bernabeu after two seasons that were unlike any other in his career, not so much in terms of results, but in terms of how...

Sepp Blatter resigns: 'Blatt's all folks'; 'A new era opens up' for FIFA

FIFA president Sepp Blatter has resigned, and sparked a race for the next election to be held in the coming months. Here is what the world's media had to say.

EUROPE

England

The Sun: GOT HIM.

The Guardian: Downfall: Blatter walks away