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Hernandez: Reserves ease El Tri angst

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 By Jim Daly

Crystal Palace anchor Scott Dann worthy of England call

Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew says he hopes his players 'respond' to the Eagles fans who have been offered free coach travel to Stoke City for Saturday's Premier League game.

We all love an unsung hero. That person who just gets on with things not for want of praise or accolades, and is as reliable as an elephant. Or a Volkswagen. Or an elephant driving a Volkswagen. Well, at Palace there are quite a few but none more so than Scott Dann.

The centre-back has only been at Palace for just over a year but has firmly secured a first choice centre-back position thanks to countless classy, assured performances at the back. Oh and a few goals; Palace fans sing "Scott Dann...

Mexico reserves against Paraguay erase the unease of El Tri's starters

ESPN FC's Fernando Palomo and Alejandro Moreno review Mexico's 1-0 win over Paraguay, where El Tri's debutants certainly made an impact.

I wasn't in a good mood on Saturday night.

Just a few days before Tuesday's match, I had felt betrayed after watching average futbol from El Tri in Saturday's 1-0 victory over Ecuador. Were it not for the heroics of Jesus Corona in net, Mexico could have easily lost the game in Los Angeles.

After waiting four months to finally watch the national team once again take the field, I was let down by the imperfections seen on the field. We could argue for hours about the reasons behind this -- e.g....

 By Phil Lythell

Chelsea can secure the Premier League title if they stay focused

The ESPN FC crew react to Chelsea forward Eden Hazard's latest comments about his side's elimination from the UEFA Champions League.

The Premier League title countdown has well and truly begun. With each passing game another obstacle can be ticked off the list. As long as Chelsea can match the results of their rivals each week then their dream of recapturing the top prize in of English football gets that little bit closer to becoming a reality.

The Blues currently lead by six points from second-place Manchester City with Arsenal sitting a point behind them in third. With Chelsea retaining a game in hand over their fellow contenders...

Mexico's strong break puts them back atop the CONCACAF Power Rankings

Mexico's Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez spoke to ESPN FC's John Sutcliffe following his side's international friendly win over Ecuador, and noted the importance of team development in these types of matches.

With the Gold Cup just three months away, time is of the essence for the nations of CONCACAF who are seeking to go into the tournament on a high. The first FIFA international dates of 2015 are in the books, so it's time to revisit the ESPN FC CONCACAF Power Rankings.

1. Mexico

El Tri move up to the top spot of the CONCACAF Power Rankings after ending 2014 in second. Miguel Herrera's squad collected dual 1-0 wins during the break over Ecuador and Paraguay, and fans got glimpses of what Mexico's...

 By Chris Wright

The Top 10 strangest footballer websites

You didn't expect Kevin-Prince Boateng's official website to be unspectacular, did you?

They've got plenty of disposable income and leisure time and usually have other, non-footballing extracurricular enterprises to promote, so many footballers go to great lengths to set up personal websites.

Some are perfectly serviceable and barely worth commenting on, let alone visiting, while others are utterly bizarre. Here are 10 from the latter category.

10. Lawrie Sanchez

While fairly flashy in its design, Sanchez's site is actually quite drab in terms of content.

Notably, in order to pad out...

 By Peter Thorne

West Ham must avoid complacency against desperate Leicester City

Sam Allardyce and West Ham will need a win against Leicester City if they want to keep the club's slim hopes of playing in the Europa League alive.

After a two-week international break, West Ham resumes Premier League action against bottom of the table Leicester City at the King Power Stadium.

This should be one of those games that West Ham will be looking forward to with relish. With some players refreshed after a week's break, some given a boost from a number of successful international appearances and others able to use the time to shake off a few nagging injuries, a game against the bottom club would look to be a good opportunity to build...