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Balotelli's return to form fueling Nice

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Lacklustre defence, Ozil at the heart of Arsenal's Round of 16 struggles

After Arsenal's dismantling at the hands of Bayern, the FC panel call out the Gunners for their mediocrity this season.
ESPN FC's Julien Laurens assesses the reasons Arsene Wenger might want to stay at Arsenal.

Arsenal were thrashed 5-1 by Bayern Munich on Wednesday for the second straight time in Champions League play, last losing to them by the same scoreline in November of 2015 in Group Stage play.

But things have not changed all that much since that last 5-1 loss under manager Arsene Wenger. New faces, same story.

Here are five ways Arsenal has struggled over the past year, despite new players and new tactics.

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Round of 16 struggles

Arsenal has continued to lose in the Round of 16 in devastating...

Lucy Rushton Q&A: The role of analytics in building Atlanta United FC

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez discuss realistic expectations for Atlanta United in their first MLS season.
MLSsoccer.com's Andrew Wiebe chats with Darren Eales and Carlos Bocanegra ahead of Atlanta United's first season.
It's been an active day in Atlanta, with players coming in and moving out in the wake of Tuesday's MLS Expansion Draft. ...
ESPN FC's Sebastian Salazar speaks with Carlos Bocanegra concerning Atlanta United's recent acquisitions.

With the 2017 MLS season set to start in less than three weeks, Five Aside caught up with Lucy Rushton, Atlanta United FC's head of technical recruitment and performance analysis. Rushton is a key player in the development and formation of the Atlanta side that will debut in the league on March 5. With the unique challenge of assembling a roster from scratch, statistical analysis plays a determinant role in the club's first ever season. Here is our full conversation.

How do you go about adapting...

Manchester City's recent woes down to bad tackling, poor goalkeeping

Manchester City currently sit just outside the coveted Champions League spots ahead of a Wednesday clash with West Ham in the Premier League. They have had issues being exploited at the back, both in defence and in goal, contributing to their recent slump. Pep Guardiola's team have won once, drawn once and lost twice in their past four matches, giving up eight goals and taking a total of just four points from a possible 12.

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Five things to watch as the Bundesliga returns from the winter break

ESPN FC's Raphael Honigstein makes the case for Bayern Munich losing out on the Bundesliga title this season.

On Friday, the Bundesliga will resume from its 29-day break as Bayern Munich will look to stretch its lead to six points against Freiburg.

Here are five things to watch for in the second half of the season:

1. Are RB Leipzig the real deal?

For the first time in five seasons, Bayern's holiday-break lead at the top of the table is only three points. What's even more surprising: The team responsible for Bayern's narrow lead is RB Leipzig, perhaps Europe's most surprising story of the season's first...

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Real Madrid have a penchant for late heroics during 40-match unbeaten run

The FC crew dismiss any notion that Real Madrid's 40-game unbeaten streak is arbitrary, giving the club their proper due.

Real Madrid made history on Thursday, earning a 3-3 draw vs. Sevilla in the Copa del Rey to go 40 matches unbeaten, breaking the record for most games unbeaten by a Spanish club, set at 39 by Barcelona.

Karim Benzema scored in the third minute of added time on Thursday to secure the record-breaking result, with Madrid having trailed 3-1 as late as the 82nd minute. The draw was the second time Zinedine Zidane's men fought back from a two-goal deficit. These sort of late heroics have been a hallmark...

Mario Balotelli's return to form a big factor in Nice's rise to top of Ligue 1

Alison Bender and Gabriele Marcotti discuss the news that Mario Balotelli has been overlooked for a place in the latest Italy squad.
Mario Balotelli is enjoying his time in Nice thus far, scoring six league goals and helping his team to the top of the table.

Nice currently sit atop the Ligue 1 standings, an unfamiliar place for a team with an average finish of 11th over the last six seasons. It's a significant achievement, considering Nice last secured a domestic championship in 1959, a period in which the club won four in a single decade.

This past offseason, Nice lost their two top scorers in Hatem Ben Arfa and Valere Germain to perennial title contenders Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco, respectively. They also lost coach Claude Puel to Southampton...