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Man City overshadow Chelsea's win with an impressive victory at Everton

Miss any Premier League action this weekend? The Exploding Heads sum up Manchester United's scoring struggles, Manchester City's perfect start and Chelsea's first win.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti believes that Manchester City have a great amount of depth and will likely be adding to their squad.
The FC crew break down Manchester City's return to form and contend that they are, without question, the team to beat.

There was a worrisome moment early on Sunday at Goodison Park while Man City laid siege to Everton's goal, just as they did last weekend against Chelsea. Tim Howard had made an acrobatic kick save to parry a fierce shot from Sergio Aguero when the game came to a dead stop. Players milled around on the touchline beckoning the medics to administer to a spectator who had suddenly taken ill in his seat behind the Toffees net.

There is no truth to the rumor that the person feeling queasy was Jose...

Jose Mourinho puts John Terry under the Chelsea bus after Man City defeat

Miss any Premier League action this weekend? The Exploding Heads sum up Sunderland's struggles, Arsenal's bounce-back win and Chelsea's lack of imagination at the Emirates.

Of all Jose Mourinho's most recent crimes against humanity, ranging from demonizing his medical staff to signing a new four year contract, the one I find most unforgivable was making me feel sorry for John Terry.

Yes, that John Terry, the living embodiment of public civility and sporting morality who happens to be Chelsea's defensive colossus and as ferocious a competitor as the Premier League has known. He's also a man who had played 177 90-minute games under Mourinho. Until Sunday.


Petr Cech humbles Arsenal to start a season of Premier League title hopes

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol reacts to Arsenal's 2-0 defeat to West Ham, where he feels they lacked creativity up front.

Well, I never said they'd go unbeaten.

But after all these years of watching Arsenal come up with ingenious ways to shoot themselves in their cultured feet, I should have known that picking the Gunners to win anything other than a fourth-place trophy is asking for an egg facial. In this case, with Les Championnes-Elect not just losing the first game of the season at home to West Ham but losing it in hubristic fashion thanks to two astonishing howlers from the very person I thought would lead...

Six burning Premier League questions ahead of the 2015-16 season

The ESPN FC guys give their top four predictions for the upcoming Premier League season.

How long has it been? Ten weeks? Ten years? How long since a ball has been kicked that actually meant something? Don't get me wrong. I enjoyed the Women's World Cup, the Champions League final, the FA Cup final (especially the FA Cup final!), the Gold Cup, the Emirates Cup, all those fiercely competitive preseason friendlies and, of course, the hilarious sight of 14 FIFA executives being frogmarched out of that luxury Swiss hotel at dawn. But, man, am I happy to have the world's most exciting, richest...

Sunday's Red Bulls vs. NYCFC clash will offer a clearer look at their rivalry

ESPN FC's Taylor Twellman contends that the 'wounded animal' NY Red Bulls will make things difficult for NYCFC.

When we last checked in on the long and storied rivalry (OK, one game!) between the New York Red Bulls and New York City FC, the boys in blue were so busy shooting themselves in the foot, it was amazing they could walk, let alone kick a ball.

Well, what a difference six weeks makes -- not to mention a fit David Villa, a stable back four, a more balanced midfield and the mouth-watering prospect of a certain bearded Italian maestro and a well-worn English antique bolstering NYCFC's quest for world...

Champions League final between Barca and Juventus is one for the ages

The Exploding Heads recap what you may have missed from the Champions League final, including why it will be remembered as the "haircut final."
Relive the best moments of the UEFA Champions League from the group stage to the knockout rounds to the final.

BERLIN -- Even 48 hours later, I'm still psychically exhausted, a spent force.

My jangled emotions, heightened in no small part by the memory of my late father's fierce 40-year affection for Barcelona (he was equally besotted with Arsenal, of course) and elevated to DEFCON 1 by the week-long buildup to the Champions League final against Juventus, were not soothed even after the last kick of the game, an inch-perfect Neymar strike beyond the despairing lunge of Gianluigi Buffon.

So relentless...