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8 hours ago

Man United's injury crisis, confusion continues to hurt Louis van Gaal

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer and Alexis Nunes give us the latest on Angel Di Maria's ankle injury and what it means for Manchester United's clash with Arsenal.

Louis van Gaal was unable to provide an answer, although not by intention. On Thursday, after a week of worry about how long Daley Blind would be out for following his medial ligament injury with the Netherlands, the Manchester United manager prolonged that wait. He said they still wouldn't know until after another scan in 10 days' time. "It shall be a long story -- but not six months or something."

At the same time, the club's official Twitter account reported it could be close to six months....

8 hours ago

Serie A: Why We Watch Football

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno, Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop join the #WhyWeWatchFootball discussion and give their picks for the leagues they like best.

With the latest international break coming to a close and the frenzy of the club season about to resume, we asked some of our writers to chronicle what they love, both past and present, about the leagues they follow. It's #WhyWeWatchFootball. Here's James Horncastle on the history and class of Serie A.

Where it all began

For me, it was a goal I saw on Channel 4's cult TV show Gazzetta Football Italia. Specifically, an outside-of-the-foot volley Alessandro Del Piero hit to beat Fiorentina 3-2...

17 hours ago

It's easy to manage Arsenal ... isn't it?

The ESPN panel respond to your thoughts as to whether or not it is time for Arsene Wenger and Arsenal to part ways.

After his success with Manchester United on Football Manager 2014, we wondered if Iain Macintosh could repeat the trick with Arsenal in the game's 2015 version.

July

I arrive at London Colney with a spring in my step and nearly 50 million pounds available on the company credit card. This time last year, I won the title with a woefully unbalanced Manchester United team.

All I need to do at Arsenal is finish in the top four and maybe win a cup. And look at this squad! You forget sometimes just how...

1 day ago

CONCACAF Power Rankings: Costa Rica on top

United States head coach Jurgen Klinsmann thinks his team need to get tougher following their 4-1 loss to Ireland in Dublin.

The 2014 international year is in the books and by the time the nations of CONCACAF resume action in March, the 2015 Gold Cup will be just a few months away.

Since the World Cup, several countries' performances have improved noticeably while others have declined. In the great spirit of the CONCACAF Hexagonal, it only makes sense for ESPN FC to debut its regional Power Rankings with its top six teams, plus a list of ones to watch come 2015.

1. Costa Rica

Cue the arched eyebrows and quizzical looks....

 By Nick Miller
1 day ago

The Premier League: Why We Watch Football

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno, Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop join the #WhyWeWatchFootball discussion and give their picks for the leagues they like best.

With the latest international break coming to a close and the frenzy of the club season about to resume, we asked some of our writers to chronicle what they love, both past and present, about the leagues they follow. It's #WhyWeWatch. First up, Nick Miller on the charms of the "biggest league in the world," the English Premier League.

We're lucky to have Sergio Aguero

One of the better things about the modern world is that anyone can watch pretty much anything from anywhere. There are dozens...

 By James Tyler
1 day ago

Explaining #WhyWeWatchFootball

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno, Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop join the #WhyWeWatchFootball discussion and give their picks for the leagues they like best.

Why do you watch football? Asking you a serious, genuine question.

It's one I tend to think about during the dog days of any international break (seriously, pick one) although this particular two-week rest actually wasn't that bad -- if you just focus on the actual games and not, say, on the raft of awful off-pitch stories.

I think about it during every little rare breath between games, transfer rumors, news reports, context-less quotes, own goals, scandals, injuries and FIFA.

Ultimately,...