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 Posted by Michael Cox
6 hours ago

Dortmund building Arsenal-like empire

Former Bayern Munich midfielder Dietmar Hamann hopes that Borussia Dortmund can mount more of a challenge to Bayern's Bundesliga defence this campaign.

It would be an exaggeration to describe 2014-15 as a genuinely new era for Borussia Dortmund, but they're set to embark upon another phase in their exciting adventure as one of Europe's most revered sides. To be specific, this is the third phase -- and potentially the most interesting so far.

The first phase was simple -- it was Dortmund's sudden transformation into Germany's most complete side. In 2010-11, Dortmund took a huge leap from fifth the previous campaign and become the Bundesliga's be...

 Posted by Michael Cox
2 days ago

Ramsey, Sigurdsson show their quality

As the first week of the English Premier League concludes the ESPN FC panel discuss who they feel make up the Team of the Weekend.

The opening day of the 2014-15 Premier League season was bookended by two Welsh successes. First, Swansea provided a shock win at Manchester United, and then Wales captain Aaron Ramsey scored a last-minute winner to hand Arsenal a 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace.

It's been a while since Wales has been so prominent on the football map. Throughout the 1990s and 2000s there was Ryan Giggs and little more, while Swansea and Cardiff struggled lower down England's football pyramid. Last season, how...

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Aug 8, 2014

Fernando in to do the dirty work

ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik weighs in on the teams who are likely to be involved in the 2014 English Premier League title race.

Manchester City had arguably the finest central midfield partnership in England last season. Their response was to bring in three more players in that position. If Frank Lampard, borrowed from New York City FC, is much the most famous and Bruno Zuculini, the young Argentine, is the futuristic choice, Fernando, bought from Porto, may be the most significant. The reason is simple: the Brazilian-born player is very different from the established duo of Fernandinho and Yaya Toure.

The newcomer is le...

Aug 8, 2014

Arsenal's defensive midfield still vulnerable

The FC crew discuss Liverpool compensating for the loss of Luis Suarez, Chelsea's offseason, and how the FFP sanctions will affect Manchester City.

What happens in the Community Shield each year is rarely indicative of how the upcoming season will pan out. Last year, Wilfried Zaha started at Wembley and Anderson appeared from the bench as David Moyes comfortably led his new Manchester United side to silverware; the year before, Fernando Torres and Ryan Bertrand were Chelsea's goal scorers as they lost to a Manchester City side that went on to win no other trophies that season; in 2011 United came from two goals down to beat their rivals ...

 Posted by Michael Cox
Aug 7, 2014

Van Gaal's philosophy suits Man Utd

FC's Frank Leboeuf would like to see Manchester United fight, but doesn't want to see them win the Premier League.

When Louis van Gaal was Ajax coach in the mid-1990s, taking an astonishingly young and talented side to a memorable European Cup triumph, he didn't view his players as people.

Instead, they were merely numbers.

That was something of an Ajax tradition -- there were particular roles for the players who wore the No. 6 shirt, the No. 8 shirt, the No. 10 shirt. With a similar system being deployed throughout the club -- either 3-4-3 or 4-3-3 -- it meant Ajax's youth players could step up into the fir...

 Posted by Michael Cox
Aug 5, 2014

Versatility is Alexis' greatest weapon

Arsenal's marquee signing Alexis Sanchez made his debut for the Gunners against Benfica in the 74th minute.

Managers will be particularly busy over the next couple of weeks: assessing their budgets, drawing out their ideal starting XI, making ruthless decisions about who to drop and predicting the impact of new signings.

- Dall: Sanchez is not the answer for Arsenal

And this, alas, is simply supporters considering their fantasy teams.

Fantasy leagues are up and running around the world, and one of the most surprising decisions of the Premier League's official game is the status of Arsenal's 30 ...