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Michael Keane's worst game in Everton shirt helps compound club's misery

A second-half brawl sparked both offences as Lyon's 2-1 victory heaped more pressure on Ronald Koeman and Everton.
As Everton's torrid run in the Prem and Europe continues, the FC crew discuss whether or not a managerial change is needed.

Another night of disappointment puts Everton on the brink of an early Europa League exit as 2-1 defeat to Lyon leaves the Toffees bottom of Group E with one point from three matches, six points behind Atalanta in top spot.

The concession of a needless penalty within the first five minutes set the tone for a third successive home game without a win in all competitions as the visitors continued the recent epidemic that has seen opposing teams continually score the opening goal against Everton.


Mesut Ozil tells Arsenal teammates he's leaving for Manchester United

As rumours continue to swirl about Mesut Ozil's future, Man United has reportedly become the top destination for the playmaker.

With the January window on the horizon, there's plenty brewing in the transfer market. All the latest deals and potential deals can be found here.

TOP STORY: Ozil says he's headed to Man United

The big news in today's gossip pages is that Mesut Ozil is planning to leave Arsenal for Manchester United either in January or when his contract expires at the end of the season.

According to the Daily Mirror, the 29-year-old is so confident the deal will happen that he's already told his Gunners teammates.


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Real Madrid's Keylor Navas continues to dazzle with substance over flair

Hugo Lloris and Keylor Navas each put on a show between the sticks as Real Madrid and Spurs battled to a draw.

Harry Kane raised his hands to his head and then lowered them down again. He rocked them back and forth, unsure of how to react, and glanced up at the Madrid sky.

The Tottenham Hotspur striker, who had scored 15 goals in 11 games for club and country prior to visiting the Bernabeu, is not used to experiencing the sequence of events that had just unfolded.

Usually when Harry Kane bears down on goal he is accustomed to time slowing down and the din of the crowd momentarily abating as his focus centres...

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Silva, AC Milan shut out by AEK Athens as pressure on Montella increases

Giannis Anestis of AEK Athens denied AC Milan several times in the second half with some brilliant saves.

AC Milan were held to a goalless draw by AEK Athens at the San Siro on Thursday night as Milan produced an infuriatingly uninspiring performance. Vincenzo Montella's side remain top of Group D, but the Milan coach and players were rightly jeered off the pitch after the full-time whistle.  

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Perhaps there were brief moments of some quality as a team and certain individuals put in a decent shift, but Milan simply weren't good enough in most departments to deserve more from the game.



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Man City producing some of the best football in club history

Alejandro Moreno steps up to the tactics board to wax lyrical about Manchester City's blistering attack against Napoli.
As Kevin De Bruyne's form continues to scintillate, the FC crew debate just how world-class the midfielder's talent is.
Pep Guardiola says Manchester City's win over Napoli is one of his proudest days as the club's manager.
Brian McBride describes Man City's win over Napoli as a tale of two halves, calling City's first half a joy to watch.

"The Brightness of her cheek would shame those stars as daylight doth a lamp; her eyes in heaven would through the airy region stream so bright that birds would sing, and think it were not night." - William Shakespeare.

It is not recorded what the few birds, who call their home central Manchester, thought of it all, but Manchester City's performance in beating Serie A leaders Napoli 2-1 in the Champions League on Tuesday set hearts soaring in a way hitherto not thought possible in this down-to-earth...

Napoli vs. Inter's blockbuster clash could shine light on Serie A title race

Brian McBride describes Man City's win over Napoli as a tale of two halves, calling City's first half a joy to watch.
Napoli did lose at Man City but their domestic form has them leading the early Serie A title race.

It'll be interesting to learn what Luciano Spalletti made of Napoli's performance in Manchester on Tuesday night. The Inter coach will have noticed that Maurizio Sarri left two of his first choice midfield players, Jorginho and Allan, out of the starting line-up against City, no doubt with Saturday's top-of-the-table clash in mind. He will also have seen how City made Napoli look so unlike Napoli -- for 25 minutes, at least.

No one has ever stopped Napoli being themselves in the manner City did...