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 Posted by Michael Cox
3 days ago

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,...

4 days ago

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...

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Sep 14, 2014

Jack Wilshere finds his best position; Jesus Navas' width helps Man City

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini criticised referee Mark Clattenburg after their 2-2 draw with Arsenal.

Arsenal showed promise as they came from behind to lead 2-1 against Manchester City, but then the old problems surfaced as City struck a late leveller. Here are some of the tactical breakdowns from the game:

Wilshere is central for Arsenal

Jack Wilshere is starting to find his feet in midfield.
Jack Wilshere is starting to find his feet in midfield.

Jack Wilshere was used as a holding player in a midfield diamond by England against Switzerland. He spent parts of last season operating, often uneasily, on the wings for Arsenal. Now he is benefiting from a change in thinking from Arsene Wenger.

The Gunners manager...

 Posted by Michael Cox
Sep 13, 2014

Manchester City display direct, rugged edge at Arsenal

Sergio Aguero's 28th-minute goal for Manchester City put Arsenal on their heels.

LONDON -- In strategic terms, Manchester City's Manuel Pellegrini is a subtle manager, more likely to change the balance of his team with a minor alteration rather than a sweeping, dramatic shift in formation.

His starting XI for the 2-2 draw against Arsenal, however, was a surprise. Without Yaya Toure in midfield, he was forced to select Fernandinho and Frank Lampard, both starting their first game of the campaign. The Brazilian looked rusty, and Lampard struggled to cope with the speed of the...

 Posted by Michael Cox
Sep 11, 2014

What the football world can learn from Diego Simeone, Atletico Madrid

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol contends that Atletico Madrid are in a stronger position to repeat as La Liga champions.

It feels like an eternity ago given that the international break provided an unwelcome interruption to the beginning of the 2014-15 campaign, but Stoke's 1-0 victory over Manchester City in the previous Premier League weekend was one of the shock results of the season -- regardless of what happens over the next 35 games.

Stoke hadn't ever scored a Premier League goal at the Etihad, and failed to win away at the top 12 last season. Their victory over City, generally supreme at home, was a stunning...

Sep 11, 2014

Danny Welbeck's chance to prove himself the finished article

Speaking at the SoccerEx conference, Phil Neville believes Danny Welbeck has made the correct decision by leaving the club.

Throughout Danny Welbeck's short career thus far, he has remained a mainstay in the England squad and often the starting XI despite dipping in and out of the Manchester United first team. Criticised as a striker who does not score goals, he remains widely regarded as one of England's best attacking players, and there were few who could find a reason to call Arsenal's 16 million pound outlay a bad move.

Having previously hinted that he wouldn't be bringing in any other striker before the transfer...