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Arsenal owe fans answers on aims in Champions League, Premier League

Arsenal have now suffered consecutive defeats in the Champions League as Olympiakos came away from the Emirates with a 3-2 win.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger hopes his side can get it right in the UEFA Champions League this week against Olympiacos.

Arsene Wenger was 36 years old and on his way to relegation from the French second division when John Hughes' "The Breakfast Club" was released in European theaters. The ending, where the kids write a letter to their principal, who wants to know who they think they are, might resonate with Wenger after Tuesday night's events.

"You see us as you want to see us -- in the simplest terms, in the most convenient definitions."

Following the 3-2 defeat against Olympiakos, which leaves Arsenal pointless...

Barca can't afford any more injuries, Man United's tests, Inter loss not a blip

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses his concerns regarding Lionel Messi's return for El Clasico after the Barcelona forward was ruled out for seven to eight weeks.

Lionel Messi's injury dominates the headlines, certainly more so than Barcelona's poor performance against Las Palmas, a team they should be pummelling by considerably more than the 2-1 margin they inflicted on Saturday.

Luis Suarez was the saviour and he can certainly carry this team in Messi's absence, as can Neymar. But missing eight games leading up to the Clasico at the Bernabeu (plus four World Cup qualifiers with Argentina) is very much a serious blow. Particularly when the schedule includes...

Sepp Blatter faces criminal investigation -- what you need to know

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reports from Zurich, where Sepp Blatter has been questioned on suspicion of criminal mismanagement and misappropriation, with Michel Platini also being questioned.

ZURICH -- It was the day his enemies had been waiting for and his supporters feared. On Friday, the Swiss Attorney General announced it had opened criminal proceedings against FIFA president Sepp Blatter on suspicion of criminal mismanagement and misappropriation.

At the same time, the statement appeared to implicate UEFA president Michel Platini, a one-time Blatter ally turned fierce critic. One of the allegations against Blatter is that he made a "disloyal payment" of $2 million Swiss Francs ($2.05m)...

Costa case reveals football's need for fairness in use of video evidence

After the FA imposed a three-game ban on Diego Costa for his part in an altercation with Arsenal's Gabriel Paulista, Chelsea have a limited amount of time to appeal the suspension, a process that may see the striker out for at least a month.
The ESPN FC panel discuss Gabriel Paulista's red card offense and question if he was foolishly sucked into Diego Costa's plans.

The fallout from Saturday's Chelsea vs. Arsenal melee continued on Tuesday. The Football Association decided to retrospectively ban Diego Costa for three games while rescinding Gabriel's red card.

Because of the FA's quirks, one of the matches Costa will miss is in the League Cup, a game he would almost certainly have missed anyway, while Gabriel, despite the overturned red, could still be suspended. He faces an additional charge of improper conduct for his reaction to being shown his marching...

Jose Mourinho's Diego Costa challenge; Real Madrid, Barca struggle

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

For my money, Chelsea's Diego Costa should have been sent off against Arsenal on Saturday. He gave two whacks to Laurent Koscielny, then squared up to and shoved Gabriel.

I've heard all sorts of justification about how it wasn't intentional and how Gabriel threw himself to the ground, and folks are entitled to their own opinion. What's harder to swallow is the notion that this is just how Costa is, that this is what makes him so good or -- as Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho put it -- that this is...

Why FIFPro are filing a legal complaint against FIFA over the transfer market

Theo Van Seggelen and FIFPro are set to go up against FIFA in court. What does it all mean?

Gab Marcotti explains a breaking story that could have massive implications for the soccer world in the years to come.

On Friday, FIFPro, the world footballers' union, will lodge a legal complaint against FIFA with the European Commission arguing that current transfer regulations are illegal and anti-competitive. It could lead to the biggest shake-up in the game since the Bosman ruling.

Really? Tell me more.

Currently, transfers of players between clubs are governed by the Regulations on...