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 Posted by David Hirshey
3 days ago

A deceptive opening Prem weekend

The FC crew breaks down Arsenal and Tottenham's narrow victories.

I hate to be a buzzkill but after spending the past 48 hours in the fever dream grip of the Premier League's opening weekend, here are some things that I don't see happening this season:

-- Manchester United to be relegated
-- Spurs to finish in the top four
-- Sam Allardyce to be hoofed out the West Ham door by Labor Day
-- Liverpool to win the league
-- Yaya Sanogo to lead the Prem in scoring

And yet from my personally engraved perch at the bar of New York's Football Factory, I heard othe...




 Posted by David Hirshey
6 days ago

Burning Premier League questions

The ESPN FC panel preview the upcoming Premier League season and note what they're looking forward to.

It's finally here. The last day when we're all on equal terms and every fan's dream of Premier League glory remains alive until a ball is kicked in anger and Spurs collapse into their usual mewling mess.

Sometimes I think it would be more fun to just keep talking about the season than playing it, but then I remember the life-affirming sight in May of thousands of jubilant Manchester City fans invading the Etihad pitch to hug their title-winning heroes and try to touch Manuel Pellegrini's mag...

 Posted by David Hirshey
Jul 25, 2014

Talking soccer with Wenger and Henry

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says that there is not enough rest time between the World Cup and the start of the European season.

HARRISON, N.J. -- Arsene Wenger strode into the skybox high atop Red Bull Arena looking trim, fit and uncharacteristically serene for a man who is known to hurl plastic water bottles and frantically fiddle with the zipper of his oversized parka in moments of frustration -- of which there have been many in the past decade at Arsenal.

He was wearing a red and white nylon warm-up jacket and a pair of blue shorts that were considerably looser and longer than the uncomfortably snug Brazilian bath...

 Posted by David Hirshey
Jul 10, 2014

It wasn't Messi, but it was pretty

The ESPN FC panel break down the World Cup final and reveal that they were disappointed by the match, and believe Argentina may have deserved more.

The national drink of Brazil is no longer the caipirinha. It's been replaced by the salty tang of Argentinian tears.

While the host country's 7-1 humiliation in the semis will linger bitterly on the national palate for decades, at least the taste has been sweetened somewhat by their biggest rivals' failure to win the World Cup on Brazilian soil.

Had it gone the other way -- had Argentina and not Germany made it all the way up the "seven steps to heaven," as Big Phil Scolari called the final p...

 Posted by David Hirshey
Jul 10, 2014

Questions about the World Cup final

The World Cup team predict if the final will be open or a more defensive affair.

OK, so Argentina and Netherlands battled it out tooth, nail, clog and empanada, but after a World Cup filled with extra-time white-knucklers, Germany went ahead and bit off Brazil's entire arm. Maybe part of their torso, too. And given the anemic performance of the Albiceleste against the Dutch, it's entirely possible that Die Mannschaft could put up another lopsided number against Lionel Messi and 10 others on Sunday.

But there's also a chance that parity could be restored and make this fi...

 Posted by David Hirshey
Jul 7, 2014

Lessons learned in the quarterfinals

Does Brazil have game-changers on the bench? Robbie Earle and Shaka Hislop discuss.

Sometimes, like all great works of art, the beautiful game has to go through an ugly stretch before it can achieve true gorgeousness. OK, so the quarterfinals this past weekend were not the thrilling, wild rides we'd come to expect based on the mayhem of the group stages and the round of 16. As the stakes ratcheted up and the fun went down, they were replaced by a grim determination to climb those final "two steps to heaven," as Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari likes to refer to his team's mi...