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NK Maribor
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Athletic Bilbao
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FC Porto
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Cardiff City
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AFC Bournemouth
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Blackpool
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Birmingham City
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Charlton Athletic
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Blackburn Rovers
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Brentford
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Nottingham Forest
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Notts County
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Chester City
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Halifax
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Macclesfield Town
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Barnet
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Aldershot Town
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Bristol Rovers
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Torquay United
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Southport
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Gateshead
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Dartford
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Nuneaton Town
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Kidderminster Harriers
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St Mirren
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Atlas
Queretaro
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Santos
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Huachipato
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Luverdense
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Portuguesa de Desportos
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Paraná Clube
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 Posted by Michael Cox
1 day ago

UCL key battles: Alexis vs. Telles should be a dynamic matchup

Manchester City welcome Roma for their second UEFA Champions League group game having lost their opening home game the last three seasons.

Following some interesting results and surprise victories on the opening Champions League matchday, there are some particularly intriguing fixtures this week -- and some exciting individual matchups.

Here are four key battles that could prove crucial in deciding the outcome of the most interesting games:

Thiago Motta (PSG) vs. Sergio Busquets (Barcelona)

These two have history. Motta was sent off in the famous 2010 European Cup semifinal between Pep Guardiola's Barcelona and Jose Mourinho's Inter,...

4 days ago

Despite Chelsea's dominance, Swans, Villa, Saints and Leicester surprise

In Saturday's Premier League action, it is a day of derbies as Arsenal host Tottenham and Liverpool take on Everton at home.

While it is Chelsea's lightning-quick start to the season that means they are clear early title favourites, it bears significance that three of the Premier League's present top five were tipped in some quarters for the drop. Southampton, Aston Villa and Swansea all had tumultuous summers in their own ways. Their seasons could well still go either way, but going by performances thus far, they look set for successful campaigns, while Leicester City -- Manchester United's conquerors last weekend...

 Posted by Michael Cox
5 days ago

Mauricio Pochettino's winning mentality yet to be confirmed

The ESPN FC crew look ahead to Tottenham's visit to the Emirates where the North London rivals will face off for the first time this season.

On Saturday evening, Arsenal supporters will find themselves in an excellent position to judge Mauricio Pochettino as a manager. By then, Arsenal and Tottenham will have settled the season's first North London derby at the Emirates.

The particularly interesting aspect, however, is that Arsenal have been provided with a neat juxtaposition of Pochettino old and new. On Tuesday, his former club Southampton travelled to the Emirates in the Capital One Cup, produced a superb performance and deservedly...

 Posted by Michael Cox
7 days ago

Who's to blame for Liverpool's defensive woes?

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson believes that Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal all have problems at the holding midfield position.

Following Liverpool's disappointing 3-1 defeat to West Ham came Brendan Rodgers' admission that Liverpool might be unable to compete for the title. Perhaps, he conceded, Liverpool "peaked too early" last season.

"Peaked" is a rather unfortunate word to use -- the best, Rodgers surely believes, is still to come. Nevertheless, it underlines the fact Liverpool punched above their weight in 2013-14, despite falling at the final hurdle. They started the season as outsiders for a Champions League place,...

 Posted by Michael Cox
Sep 18, 2014

What's the reason behind PSG's current struggles?

PSG head coach Laurent Blanc came to the defence of Lucas Moura, despite the Brazilian's miss during their 1-1 UEFA Champions League draw with Ajax.

Usually clubs with wealthy benefactors aren't simply attempting to buy success. They're also attempting to buy style -- and it's extremely difficult to achieve both.

Chelsea, for example, enjoyed an instant turnaround in fortunes after Roman Abramovich bought the club in 2003: They won the title within two years but weren't exciting to watch under Jose Mourinho. A few years later, Andre Villas-Boas, appointed to bring good attacking football to the club, achieved poor results, while his successor,...

Sep 18, 2014

Pass master Cesc Fabregas driving Chelsea on to greater things

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says he is not surprised by the way Cesc Fabregas has adapted in his return to the EPL.

He may have been overshadowed a little by the goal-scoring exploits of compatriot Diego Costa -- for which he has played a significant role -- but Cesc Fabregas has been the central figure to Chelsea's success thus far.

The Spaniard opened his account for the club in the Blues' 1-1 draw with Schalke in their Champions League opener, and was certainly in the thick of the action once again. Fortunate to get away with a what appeared to be a foul in the build-up to his early goal, Fabregas should have...