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MLS making strides toward becoming destination league, but has a way to go

Herculez Gomez evaluates the MLS rankings ahead of the new season, deciding who was properly rated and who was snubbed.

As Major League Soccer prepares for the start of its 22nd season on Friday, there is much for the league to celebrate. After not increasing its footprint in 2016, the arrival of two new teams, Atlanta United and Minnesota United, swells its ranks to 22 clubs with at least one more newcomer, Los Angeles FC, slated to arrive next year.

A dozen other markets are clamoring for four more coveted spots, all of them prepared to pay a $150 million expansion fee for the privilege. Attendance and fan engagement...

 By Nayib Moran

Cruz Azul disaster continues as team plummets in Liga MX Power Rankings

Herculez Gomez praises Oribe Peralta's ability to thrive under pressure in Club America's win over rival Cruz Azul.

Chiapas' 4-3 victory over Chivas headlines Week 8, while Cruz Azul and Leon continue their falls in the 2017 Clausura. Here are our Power Rankings after another unpredictable round of matches:

1. TOLUCA (no change):
So far in the new season, Toluca has two defeats and both have come at Estadio Nemesio Diez. What's strange is that the losses were against Puebla (3-1) and Chiapas (1-0). Nevertheless, Los Diablos Rojos head into the second half of the regular season on a high note.

Arsenal and Arsene Wenger have major questions that need to be addressed

Alejandro Moreno revisits the subject of Arsenal's 'mental problem' in the wake of Laurent Koscielny's comments.

The way people perceive football clubs and their fortunes is primarily down to results. Win games and everything in the garden is rosy; lose them and it's easy to see problems in any direction you look.

At the moment Arsenal are in a situation where the garden looks far from rosy, and if there was a single word to describe what's going on, you might plump for "uncertainty."

There's the issue of Arsene Wenger and his future. His contract expires in June. The club have offered a two-year extension,...

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AC Milan must keep 'special' Gianluigi Donnarumma amid uncertainty

Toulouse's Alban Lafont is proving a worthy challenger to Gianluigi Donnarumma's place as the most exciting young keeper.

With 56 AC Milan appearances, two caps for Italy, a whole host of individual records to his name and the pressure of being considered the heir to Gianluigi Buffon's throne, it's incredible to think that Gianluigi Donnarumma only turned 18 at the weekend.

From well wishes from club legends to the man himself being reduced to tears by a video tribute from the club featuring family and staff, it was an emotional weekend for the teenager. Fast-forward to Sunday's encounter at Sassuolo, though, and...

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Ibrahimovic wins EFL Cup for Man United to top Player Power Rankings

The FC boys praise Zlatan's showing in the EFL Cup and debate whether this is crucial for Man United going forward.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic added an EFL Cup win to his impressive medal collection, but what does he do with them all?
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has said that even though he talks a big game, he always backs it up on the pitch.

Also receiving votes: Blaise Matuidi (Paris Saint-Germain), Kostas Mitroglou (Benfica).

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Cazorla the only Arsenal player who can hold team together in big games

Alejandro Moreno revisits the subject of Arsenal's 'mental problem' in the wake of Laurent Koscielny's comments.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop shares his thoughts on whether or not Arsenal should transition Lucas Perez from a sub to a starter.
Steve Nicol believes Tottenham will finally finish above Arsenal for the first time since the 1994/1995 season.

When Arsenal lost 3-1 at Stamford Bridge on Feb. 4, they hardly looked the same team as the one that blew away Chelsea 3-0 at the Emirates earlier this season.

And yet, 10 of the 11 players who started the emphatic victory in September also started the demoralizing defeat that probably ended Arsenal's Premier League title challenge. The only absentee: Santi Cazorla.

Much has already been made of the impact Cazorla's injured right foot has had on Arsenal's campaign since he was sidelined in October....