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Blog - Kicking and Screaming

No ball boys for Arsene Wenger to blame as Arsenal slump at Stoke

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno breaks down Arsenal's 3-2 loss to Stoke City where the Gunners conceded three first half goals.

You know how a couple of members of the undefeated 1972 Miami Dolphins have an annual Champagne party when the last unbeaten NFL team finally takes an L? Well, that's how I felt watching Chelsea eat it 2-1 at Newcastle on Saturday.

Of all the terrible indignities the Blues could inflict on Arsenal fans this season -- winning the league, winning the Champions League, John Terry being awarded Humanitarian of the Year -- none amped up my blood pressure like the thought of Chelsea usurping the place...

Even without scoring, Sergio Aguero inspired impressive Manchester City

Man City boss Manuel Pellegrini was very pleased with his side's 3-0 win over Southampton.

It is tempting to dismiss Manchester City as a one-man team. Certainly, after their last-gasp, come-from-behind 3-2 Champions League victory in midweek over Bayern Munich, they would be forgiven if they had changed their name to "Sergio Aguero and those 10 other multimillionaires."

All Aguero did against the German behemoths in that game was score a hat trick on a night when the rest of his teammates were guilty of impersonating a bunch of overpaid and underachieving world-class soccer players who...

Arsenal's trophy-less misery begins early this season after Man Utd defeat

It was another big, big weekend in the English Premier League, Anthony Richardson recaps the best and worst of it.

What a shame that Lionel Messi instead of Danny Welbeck wasn't at the Emirates to bury one of the 187 chances Arsenal had against Manchester United on Saturday.

Come to think of it, ex-future Arsenal legend Cristiano Ronaldo would have probably done something novel -- like, you know, scored -- on the one vs. one from six yards out that Jack Wilshere sent straight into David de Gea's hands.

Best of Premier League Week 12 Ratings and Reaction

- Premier League Team of the Weekend
- Brewin: Excuses aplenty for Wenger, Van Gaal
- Arsenal ratings: Defeat was 'typical Wilshere'
- Man United ratings: De Gea the hero again
- Brewin: Pool crash at Palace again
- Liverpool ratings: Abject all round from Reds
- Delaney: Chelsea on song vs. West Brom

And it's a pretty safe bet, too, that Yaya Toure or Vincent Kompany or anyone else in the galaxy of...

Louis van Gaal's new favorite word is apt after Man United lose to Man City

Highlights of Manchester City's derby win vs. United.


In case you failed to notice, Louis van Gaal has fallen in love with a new word. Rather than his usual self-aggrandizing use of "genius," the United manager has whipped out his latest favorite in back-to-back games to describe the actions of his players in decisive moments. He first unveiled his verbal darling last week against Chelsea when Robin van Persie scored a dramatic equalizer at the death and was so overcome with emotion that he doffed his jersey in celebration, a gesture that earned...

Manchester United roll back the clock with 'Fergie Time' draw vs. Chelsea

Greenwich Mean Time took quite a beating Sunday. First, the clocks were set back by an hour all over England -- everywhere, that is, except at Old Trafford, where the calendar rolled back by, oh, some two and a half years.

The game between Manchester United and Chelsea had all the trappings of Groundhog Day, circa 2012. There were the two managers, one egotistical mentor and one preening disciple, making a big show of their mutual respect and admiration with no less than four bro hugs.

There was...

Arsene Wenger shows his grit vs. Chelsea but the Gunners fail to follow

The ESPN FC crew discuss Arsene Wenger's and Jose Mourinho's heated exchange during their league clash, and who might win in a hypothetical fight.

Jose Mourinho may be the greatest manager since the gods first breathed life into mud, but he is completely wrong about one thing: Arsene Wenger is not a "specialist in failure." Because the Frenchman absolutely succeeded in winning Sunday's hotly contested Sideline Shovefest.

Of course, Wenger did fail at the little things -- from winning the game to even seeing his team score at the Bridge -- but he'll always have that beauty of a shove in his imaginary trophy case.

You'd think that by now,...