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 Posted by Andy Mitten
1 day ago

Transfer talks between managers and journalists benefit both sides

Journalists aren't always the ones trying to track down football managers for information. Quite often, it's the managers calling the journalists.

The transfer window is closed until January, but transfer-related activity hasn't stopped. There's always a grapevine of information, as clubs never stop looking at players. They build up as much intelligence on potential players as possible. There's far more to it than merely scouting a talent and making an offer for him, which is what the official protocol would suggest. A buying club would be far happier knowing the player wants to join them before they put a bid in.

I've lost count of the number...

 Posted by Andy Mitten
Sep 11, 2014

What would Spanish football look like if Catalonia were independent?

The streets of Barcelona are flooded with people and Catalan independence flags on the Day of Catalonia, commemorating the region's annexation.

I write from central Barcelona, where the wide boulevards are packed with people and not cars: Catalans wearing red and yellow T-shirts. It's their day, the National Day of Catalonia; it's also the 300th anniversary of the 1714 fall of Barcelona to Spanish and French troops, which led to Catalonia's loss of independence.

FC Barcelona fans sing for independence after 17 minutes and 14 seconds of every half they play at Camp Nou. It's expected to be particularly lively on Saturday during the game...

 Posted by Andy Mitten
Sep 4, 2014

Cleverley, Welbeck moves highlight the transfer window's human element

The ESPN FC crew review how Manchester United's spending stacks up against other European clubs.

In 2008, I watched two young graduates of Manchester United's academy make their first-team debuts in unusual locations. Daniel Welbeck was a 17-year-old substitute for a friendly game in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, where, in front of 70,000, he missed a last-minute penalty that would have levelled the score.

His teammate and close friend Tom Cleverley made his debut in another lucrative friendly, this time in Pretoria, South Africa. Years later, Cleverley asked whether it was possible to get a copy...

 Posted by Andy Mitten
Aug 28, 2014

Champions League draw reminds Man United fans what they're missing

The ESPN FC team give their take on the possible pots ahead of Thursday's Champions League draw.

Champions League draw day is normally one of great excitement in my tiny mind, because it's usually when I start booking trips to the forthcoming Manchester United European games and hope Barcelona's fixtures will fit around them.

These days, it's work as well as pleasure, but I'd rather watch United than any team; it's in the heart. I can be objective and write with my head about any team (including United), but, even when I watched Barcelona tear Real Madrid apart 5-0 in 2010, I felt no emotion,...

 Posted by Andy Mitten
Aug 21, 2014

Twisted words amid transfer tales

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson explains why Manchester United have not received the best value for their money.

MANCHESTER -- It wasn't the start to the season Manchester United fans were expecting. Before the club's opening game of the season against Swansea, I did an interview outside Old Trafford for the BBC's Match of the Day 2 highlights programme. Match of the Day, a British television institution famous for its opening theme tune, will be 50 years old this weekend.

I was cautiously optimistic before the game and talked about an excellent preseason for United, though I stressed that fans wanted to see...

 Posted by Andy Mitten
Aug 14, 2014

U.S. memories and a return home

Following a dismal 2013-14 campaign under David Moyes, new manager Louis van Gaal will look to get Manchester United back to winning ways.

MANCHESTER -- I left you while en-route to Detroit, the Motor City, which has fallen on hard times. Manchester United were staying there for their preseason game in nearby Ann Arbor, where they beat Real Madrid in front of 109,318 -- the largest crowd to see a soccer game in the United States.

Detroit fascinated me. A city famed for industry, post-industrial decline and music, it had much in common with Manchester. My hometown was all I knew as a kid, but it was experiencing setbacks of its own in...