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 By Sid Lowe

Sergio Busquets' new contract a deserved reward for Barca's quiet star

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop reveals his latest power rankings for this week, which feature Barcelona on top despite a 1-0 loss to Malaga.
Barcelona manager Luis Enrique lauded his side's first half performance as they won 2-1 at Manchester City in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League last-16 tie.

"It all happened so quick," Sergio Busquets says. He started the 2008-09 season at the municipal stadium in Santa Eulalia (Capacity: 1,500). He ended it at the Estadio Olimpico in Rome (Capacity: 70,600). From Spain's regionalised third division, comprised of almost 350 teams spread over seventeen groups, to the Champions League final in nine months. A European champion aged just 20, a year later he was a World Champion with Spain.

Even the pitches had small in tercera, let alone the stands, now...

Liverpool and Manchester City set for Anfield showdown as rivalry resumes

Jordan Henderson makes a special appearance in the latest HWTLU to announce his name change. Also, the very angry Alan Tikitally continues his reign of Scottish terror.

Liverpool vs. Manchester City at Anfield was a classic last season, with Brendan Rodgers' men prevailing 3-2 to take a giant leap towards the title. Steven Gerrard rallied his men at the end, telling them not to let things slip.

They -- and he -- did, though, leaving Manchester City the chance to win the league and Manuel Pellegrini's men duly obliged. Not as much is on the line at Anfield this time around, with Liverpool losing ground at the top following a poor start to the season. They remain...

Van Persie injury paves the way for Wilson's moment

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol believes Robin van Persie's injury will finally bring consistency to Louis van Gaal's strike partnership.

Robin van Persie was in a special position in the summer of 2012. He knew he was leaving Arsenal, having not won any silverware since his substitute appearance in the FA Cup final in 2005, and he had a choice to make. He was either going to sign for the current champions, Manchester City, or for their rivals across town, Manchester United. Either way, he knew that his goals were more than likely going to mean whichever side he joined was going to win the league that season.

Van Persie opted for...

 By Michael Cox

Is the captaincy weighing down Steven Gerrard and Vincent Kompany?

Jordan Henderson makes a special appearance in the latest HWTLU to announce his name change. Also, the very angry Alan Tikitally continues his reign of Scottish terror.

Liverpool's meeting with Manchester City this weekend should be a fascinating contest. While not anywhere significant as last season's 3-2 victory for the Reds -- one of the most exciting games in recent Premier League history -- we can at least expect an interesting tactical battle between Liverpool's counterattacking play down the flanks and City's ball retention in the centre.

One the many subplots to the game, meanwhile, concerns the form of the respective captains. Steven Gerrard and Vincent...

 By Chris Wright

Savage avoids driving ban by claiming the public hate him

Former player Robbie Savage currently works as a football pundit.
Former player Robbie Savage currently works as a football pundit.

Robbie Savage has managed to avoid a driving ban after claiming he'd be unable to use public transport in the interim due to the fact that most members of the general public can't stand him.

Despite being clocked speeding at 99mph on the A1 in North Yorkshire last month, Savage managed to escape without a ban after his lawyer claimed the "Match of the Day" pundit would be subjected to constant abuse on a daily basis were he forced to ferry himself around on buses, trains and the like.

According...

 By Chris Wright

Joaquin harbours dangerous retirement plans

Joaquin is already hard at work on his bullfighting techniques as part of his goal celebrations.
Joaquin is already hard at work on his bullfighting techniques as part of his goal celebrations.

There was a time, not so very long ago, when it seemed most professional footballers' only post-retirement option was to open a pub in Yorkshire and watch it slowly go under until bankruptcy hit and they were forced into selling their FA Cup winner's medals to make ends meet.

Fortunately, those days are long gone, and now all manner of altogether more salubrious career paths are open to the recently-retired ex-pro, with a move into media proving a popular choice at the moment.

However, it seems...