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Rooney fluffs lines, Swansea back to basics

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WhoScored: Smalling and Blind impress

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Arsenal overload left side as Benteke bullies

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Antonio, Martial among Prem's best transfer deadline day deals

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes breaks down the most notable signings of the Premier League during the 2015 summer transfer window, when the 20 clubs spent a record £870 million.

As far as transfer deadline day goes, this year's failed to meet expectations, given the deals that could have gone through on the final day of the window. Nonetheless, a number of teams were relatively active on the final day. have picked out five of the best signings on deadline day in England's top tier.

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Victor Moses is one of 33 players out on loan from Chelsea, with the Nigeria international penning a new four-year deal before heading out to West Ham for the...

Man Utd's Wayne Rooney fluffs his lines as Swansea go back to basics

ESPN FC's Craig Burley dissects Manchester United's 2-1 loss to Swansea City, and notes United's glaring need for transfer reinforcements.
Swansea City Manager Garry Monk was very pleased with his team's performance in a 2-1 home win against Manchester United.

Garry Monk outfoxed Louis van Gaal once again as his switch of formation helped Bafetimbi Gomis and Andre Ayew overturn Juan Mata's opener in Swansea's 2-1 win over Manchester United on Sunday.

The Swansea boss changed from 4-2-3-1 to 4-3-1-2 early in the second half, prompting a short spell that Van Gaal later claimed cost United the game. "It is a big lesson for us," the Dutchman said. "We have to adapt much more quickly than we have done."

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This was the third consecutive time Monk has beaten Van...

Chris Smalling and Daley Blind impress at the back for Manchester United

The ESPN FC crew react to Manchester United's 4-0 thrashing of Club Brugge, which Craig Burley insists is a smokescreen and only hides United's issues.

Heading into the season, the primary concern with regard to Manchester United's ability to mount a serious title challenge was an apparent weakness at the back, particularly in key centre-half positions.

A tally of 37 goals conceded in the 2014-15 campaign was certainly not a poor return -- and only five more than the league's best defence of Chelsea -- but none of Louis van Gaal's central defensive options had ever truly convinced.

The fact that eight different players started at least two league...

Arsenal overload left side as Liverpool's Benteke bullies Gunners

The ESPN FC crew discuss Arsenal's match against Liverpool and comment that Arsenal did not make the best of their chances.

Brendan Rodgers could take the most positives from Monday night's 0-0 draw at the Emirates Stadium, in which his fast-paced Liverpool side forced heroics from Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech.

Pressing high in a 4-3-3 formation, the visitors forced several errors from a makeshift Arsenal defence of Calum Chambers and Gabriel, and the presence of Christian Benteke gave the Reds a new sense of variety. By half-time, Philippe Coutinho had struck the woodwork twice, while his Belgian teammate had been denied...

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Everton should counter-attack vs. Man City instead of a possession game

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes tells us a little about River Plate defender and Everton target Ramiro Funes Mori.

A British newspaper recently conducted a poll of football fans to discover which Premier League teams were hated the most. It was no great surprise to discover Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool were the three most despised teams. Overall, those generally considered the "big clubs" dominated the top places.

One of the most intriguing positions, however, was Everton. Despite being a traditionally big club, it seems no-one particularly hates them. They're one of the least-hated clubs (they...

Chelsea's tactical tweaks fail as Man City outflank the champions

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses Chelsea's poor performance in their 3-0 defeat to Manchester City and none appear too surprised with Manchester City's dominance.

On Sunday at the Etihad Stadium, Jose Mourinho broke two records. Chelsea had more possession than Manchester City for the first time since his return to England. They also lost their first league game to a top-four rival over the same period.

The two events may not be coincidental. Instead of parking the dependable blue bus, the Portuguese started Cesc Fabregas in a deep role and sat the back line comparatively high. Within seconds Sergio Aguero escaped in behind, denoting a defensive display of...