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Blog - Kicking and Screaming

Steven Gerrard shows why he's no longer 'Captain Fantastic' for Liverpool

A brace from Juan Mata put a five-point gap between Liverpool and Manchester United in the race for a coveted Champions League spot.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley calls out UK pundits for taking it easy on Liverpool's Steven Gerrard following his red card against Manchester United.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley calls out UK pundits for taking it easy on Liverpool's Steven Gerrard following his red card against Manchester United.
The ESPN FC panel talk managerial tactics and debate whether or not Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal got the better of Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers.
The ESPN FC panel discuss Steven Gerrard's straight red card and how it will reflect upon his legacy.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down Juan Mata's brace, Steven Gerrard's red card, Wayne Rooney's missed penalty and more in Manchester United's 2-1 win over Liverpool at Anfield.
Liverpool FC manager Brendan Rodgers says Steven Gerrard was frustrated with their play in the first half.

Oh Brendan, you big softie. Haven't you learned after 34 months inside the seething cauldron of Anfield that El Clasico del Norte between Liverpool and Manchester United is no place for sentimentality? Were you mesmerized by the giant self-portrait in your house when your captain and former useful player, Steven Gerrard, proclaimed that the rivalry transcends even Barcelona and Real Madrid?

And if you judge it by the number of people watching, at least Stevie G. got that right. Sunday's latest...

NYCFC, Jason Kreis ready to win over a tough sporting town with their flair

The ESPN FC panel discuss the key matchups in Major League Soccer this Sunday, including NYCFC's home opener at Yankee Stadium.

This is the third in an occasional series by ESPN FC columnist David Hirshey, a lifelong NYC soccer fan who covered the New York Cosmos beat. David will follow the creation and trajectory of the newest Major League Soccer team, New York City FC, offering his fan's perspective on the fledgling club throughout its maiden season in 2015.

NEW YORK -- Say this about NYCFC: It can take a kick to the Lower East Side and get right back up and take another. And another. Frank Lampard is not joining the...

Louis van Gaal's malaise continues as Arsenal leave Old Trafford with a win

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Craig Burley point out that Louis van Gaal's tactical inefficiencies are affecting Manchester United's style of play.
Suspect defending was all over the pitch in this one as a late defending blunder led to a Danny Welbeck goal to see Arsenal onto the FA Cup semifinals past Manchester United.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses Arsenal's chances of winning The FC Cup two years in row.

As a self-styled philosopher of some renown, Louis van Gaal has no doubt studied the great metaphysical questions of the ages, but until Monday he never had to ask himself this one: Is there managerial life without reward?

At whatever world-class club he had graced with his majestic presence -- Ajax, Bayern, Barcelona -- the Dutchman had always taken home a big, shiny trophy in his first season. Now that United has been unceremoniously dumped out of the FA Cup by Arsenal (at Old Trafford, no less),...

Chelsea warm up for winning bigger prizes with cruise to Capital One Cup

The ESPN FC panel highlight Chelsea manager, Jose Mourinho's defensive tactics as being the key elements to his side's victory over Tottenham in the Capital One Cup final.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was delighted to beat Tottenham 2-0 in the League Cup final.

Does it have to be this easy? Did someone not related to the FA disciplinary committee decree that Chelsea's road to English soccer supremacy needed to be one extended two-month lap of honor?

How else to explain why Man City and Tottenham chose the same day to offer Bill Gates-levels of charity toward Chelsea? These were acts of altruism on such a grand scale that you half-expected City and Spurs to offer to pay for Jose Mourinho's cleaning bill after the Delirious One celebrated his team's good...

NYCFC, David Villa move beyond the Lampard mess and finally take the field

Our experts weigh in on the motives behind a potential strike in the MLS.

This is the second in an occasional series by ESPN FC columnist David Hirshey, a lifelong NYC soccer fan who covered the New York Cosmos beat. David will follow the creation and trajectory of the newest Major League Soccer team, New York City FC, offering his fan's perspective on the fledgling club throughout its maiden season in 2015.

Ever since NYCFC unveiled the marquee face of its franchise in July only to find out in December that, oops, the player actually belonged to a different team, the...

Harry Kane, Spurs destroyed Arsenal, but top-four race still as tight as ever

A derby-filled weekend in the Premier League featured Harry Kane's North London takeover, a 'tedious' Merseyside derby and more questions for Louis van Gaal and Manchester United.

As if it wasn't painful enough to lose the North London derby on a late goal, the ultimate humiliation occurred immediately after the final whistle: I was hugged by a Spurs fan. After the initial revulsion had coursed through my body, I realized this was even worse than the normally delirious (some would say drunken) celebrations I've encountered in my local pub over the years. This felt like ... sympathy!

As the game ended, I was slumped mournfully at the bar when I felt an arm around my shoulders....