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Players recall history of U.S. vs. Mexico

U.S. vs. Mexico
 By Chris Wright

International football kits designed as if they were fashion labels

If you're a football fan and not familiar with the work of Gibraltar-based graphic designer Emilio Sansolini, then you should really get yourself acquainted.

Sansolini specialises in designing fantasy football kits, always incorporating an achingly beautiful vintage aesthetic into his work.

Indeed his latest project, Fashion Football, imagines what certain national team jerseys would look like were they designed by their respective country's leading fashion label.

The results are spectacularly handsome.

 By Chris Wright

Iker Casillas makes Porto fan weep uncontrollably after giving gift

It would appear that Iker Casillas is a lot more popular among the fans of his new side, Porto, than he was with the majority of braying supporters inside the Bernabeu shortly before he exited Real Madrid over the summer.

Indeed, the Spanish international goalkeeper caused a young Porto fan to descend into a uncontrollable fit of tears recently when he bestowed the lad with his boots after a training session.

Cue the waterworks and a big hug from Mum.

If only Rafa Benitez and Jose Mourinho had been...

 By Chris Wright

Ecuador coach takes training in mobility scooter after Achilles injury

Gustavo Quinteros was able to direct traffic from his chair.

With a tricky 2018 World Cup qualification opener against Argentina to prepare for, Ecuador were dealt an untimely blow in the buildup when coach Gustavo Quinteros ruptured his Achilles tendon.

Quinteros was reportedly playing football with his friends when he suffered the injury, which led to the Tricolor coach having to take Tuesday's training session from the comfort of a mobility scooter.

Indeed, Quinteros was forced to trundle around the training pitch in Quito as his squad limbered up, all...

Giovani Dos Santos absence means Mexico players must step up

ESPN FC's John Sutcliffe shares his projected starting XI for El Tri in the CONCACAF Cup playoff against the United States on Saturday.

The 2011 Gold Cup final in the Rose Bowl provided an iconic moment in the USA-Mexico rivalry, one remembered as fondly on one side of the fan divide as it was cringingly recalled on the other.

Mexico was already winning the match 3-2 when the nail in the coffin arrived with the final goal. Giovani Dos Santos made magic in the USA box, turning away from goalkeeper Tim Howard, masterfully keeping the ball just out of the reach of his grasping gloves, then delicately chipping the ball into the upper...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico 5-3-2 against United States depends on Rafa Marquez's fitness

ESPN FC's John Sutcliffe shares his projected starting XI for El Tri in the CONCACAF Cup playoff against the United States on Saturday.

It isn't an easy task to pick Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti's brain when it comes to Saturday's CONCACAF Cup playoff clash against the United States in the Rose Bowl.

El Tri's interim coach stresses balance in his team over any generic formation, opening the door to a variety of possible lineups for the match to earn a ticket to the Confederation of North and Central American and Caribbean Football Cup in Russia in 2017. Ferretti said back in September that training this week in Mexico City would be the...

AC Milan are in crisis again despite summer transfers and a new coach

While many are quick to blame AC Milan manager Sinisa Mihajlovic for the squad's recent troubles, ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti says he may not be completely at fault.

Napoli's manager Maurizio Sarri could have been in AC Milan's dugout this season. AC Milan's owner, Silvio Berlusconi, had been struck by the manner in which Sarri's Empoli team had played at San Siro last season in a 1-1 draw. It took Berlusconi back to another time when Arrigo Sacchi brought his Parma team to the stadium as if it were a job interview, captured Berlusconi's imagination and got hired in 1987.

Berlusconi's instincts were right about Sarri, as his Napoli team sits sixth in Serie A,...