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Man City and Arsenal's failures grab headlines despite Barca's Clasico romp

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol believes Man City's performance in their loss against Liverpool was the worst he has seen from them.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti delves into Liverpool's dominating performance against Manchester City.

I struggle with the international break. My mustache twitches randomly. I scream at people with small dogs. I don't sleep. I don't eat. I don't even drink before noon. Mostly, I just count the Arsenal players out injured until the Premier League returns in all its glorious misery.

So you can imagine my horror when I bum-rushed my local pub on Saturday for a long overdue smorgasbord of pivotal Prem encounters with an extra helping of El Clasico, only to realize that the league's top two teams entering...

Arsenal stumble vs. Spurs but still keep pace atop the Premier League

ESPN FC's Craig Burley says although Arsenal played well at times, they looked like a tired team in their 1-1 draw against Tottenham.
Arsenal and Tottenham settled for a 1-1 North London derby draw at the Emirates Stadium.

Back in the dark ages of his playing days in France, Arsene Wenger used to read a passage from the Bible before games to settle himself. As a manager, however, he found that these pre-match prayers had no such salutary effect on his players, a development which, much to his surprise, actually delighted him.

"It means," Wenger said in an interview with the French magazine L'Equipe published this past week "that my team does not necessarily need God to win."

That may be true, but as the Arsenal...

Arsenal primed to beat Bayern again in the Champions League ... no, really

The ESPN FC crew discuss Arsenal's Premier League title chances this season.

There were so many feast-worthy sights to behold this weekend, I felt like Chuck Blazer after a FIFA function.

I'll always wake up before sunrise to sample the main course of Jose Mourinho looking like a doomed man waiting to be taken out behind the barn and put out of his misery after Chelsea squandered a lead at home to lose 3-1 to Liverpool for its sixth league defeat in 11 games this season.

The vision of Arsenal's thrillingly talented 20-year-old Hector Bellerin, fast becoming the Spanish Gareth...

Arsenal continue to impress as Chelsea and Jose Mourinho remain in freefall

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop rubbishes Arsenal's chances of winning the Prmeier League and says Manchester City will win this year.
The ESPN FC crew answer your Twitter questions regarding Jose Mourinho, Barcelona, the Champions League and more.

For 12 exquisite hours this past weekend, life couldn't get much better for Arsenal fans. Still blissfully floating in the happy haze of -- Mein Gott! -- their team's 2-0 Champions League upset of mighty Bayern Munich on Wednesday, they returned to earth long enough to watch the Gunners eke out a 2-1 win over Everton that temporarily vaulted Arsenal to the top of the Premier League. Or, as I look at it, 15 places ahead of another London side managed by a certain lonely and friendless Portuguese...

Jurgen Klopp's passion and fun will be great for struggling, somber Liverpool

ESPN FC's Alison Bender talks to Liverpool fans about their thoughts on the club's newly appointed manager, Jurgen Klopp.

Oh Jurgen, how could you?

No, not the blonde German currently smiling through the apocalypse of the U.S. national team because he believes he has lifetime job security. Rather, I'm talking about everyone's favorite hipster darling, Jurgen Klopp, who was always destined to be the next Arsenal manager, the natural heir to The Professor of Ball Wizardry and Tactical Inflexibility.

Arsene Wenger has been keeping his puffy coat warm for "Kloppo" ever since Jurgen announced his post-Borussia Dortmund...

Arsenal show highs and lows with Man United rout days after Olympiakos woe

It was another big, big weekend in the English Premier League, Anthony Richardson recaps the best and worst of it.
The ESPN FC crew answer your tweets on Manchester United's tactical errors at the Emirates, Arsenal's consistency and whether or not Jose Mourinho spends time with Shaka Hislop.

There are painfully few days in an Arsenal fan's life when he thinks that God may be a Gooner. Oh sure, there was that one Premier League season in 2003-04 when he watched over his red-robed acolytes every single game, but then the cosmic bill came due in the form of 11 trophyless years.

So what, then, will be the blowback for the 48 hours of unadulterated bliss that the Big Guy bestowed on Arsenal supporters this past weekend? As sweet as Sunday's 3-0 humiliation of Manchester United at the Emirates...