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Marcotti: A tournament to remember

World Cup Jul 14, 2014
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 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
1 day ago

Real Madrid crisis? Plus: Breaking down Falcao deal, credit to Mario Balotelli, Barcelona's new star, more

The ESPN FC panel discusses Real Madrid's latest defensive issues following their loss to Real Sociedad.

It's not the worst meltdown he has ever seen -- Istanbul, alas, will live with him forever -- but it's not far off. And in some ways for Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti, it's a fitting allegory for Real Madrid's summer. It too began with immense promise, only to careen out of control.

On Sunday, Madrid traveled to take on Real Sociedad, a club with an embattled manager, Jagoba Arrasate, and an unhappy fan base. Half an hour in, it looked as if we were heading toward a tennis score. The visi...

 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
6 days ago

Have United overpaid for Di Maria?

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop weighs in on Manchester United's embarrassing 4-0 loss at the hands of MK Dons.

The thinking goes something like this: if you buy this flotation device online, it costs you about 15 bucks. And you may or may not think it's worth $15 to have one of these.

But the simple fact of the matter is that if you were drowning in choppy waters and a guy on a helicopter above held one of these bad boys out and asked how much you'd be willing to pay for it, you'd probably say "I'll give you everything I have!" It's a textbook case of how value can depend on context. If you're despe...

 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
Aug 25, 2014

Inside the Di Maria and Balotelli deals

The ESPN FC panel discuss where Angel Di Maria would fit in the Manchester United lineup and if his services are what the team really need.

Angel Di Maria said farewell to his Real Madrid teammates at the weekend and is apparently on his way to Manchester United. There will be time to evaluate where he might fit in at Old Trafford once the deal is done (if it gets done), but in the interim, there are some basic considerations to be made.

First and foremost, Di Maria's departure has been telegraphed all summer. He was offered a new deal, but asked to be moved on, ostensibly because, with James Rodriguez joining Cristiano Ronaldo and ...

 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
Aug 20, 2014

Italy job a big gamble for Conte

Antonio Conte has spoken of his delight at being selected as the new Italy manager.

Antonio Conte can be accused of many things; being obsessed with climbing the managerial ladder is not among them.

On July 15 he resigned his post as Juventus manager despite three straight Serie A titles and the prospect of more. On Tuesday, 35 days later, he put pen to paper to become the Italy boss.

- Horncastle: Dysfunctional Italy turn to Conte

It's not that coaching Italy is necessarily a step down. It's just that a cold-hearted, cost-benefit analysis that some of his colleagues might...

 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
Aug 18, 2014

How Liverpool will replace Luis Suarez

Nothing like a laboured opening-day win to prompt some soul-searching and self-criticism. And perhaps a spot of overreaction, too.

The stock script ahead of Liverpool vs. Southampton was that the home side would stomp all over the opposition because the Saints had lost Luke Shaw, Dejan Lovren, Rickie Lambert and Adam Lallana (and Morgan Schneiderlin is reportedly pulling faces at not being allowed to leave, too) and replaced them with a bunch of guys who were hardly household names -- no disre...

 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
Aug 15, 2014

Premier League storylines for 2014-15

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

Last year was a voyage into uncharted waters. Never before had three of the previous season's top four changed managers. This campaign promises to be about consolidation and building on the foundation erected over the previous 12 months, at least for the three clubs who battled it out for the title in 2013-14: Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool.

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Manuel Pellegrini spent big in his first season in charge and delivered the Premier League crown. Partly because of the...