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 By Tim Vickery

Peru's poor away record the first piece of business for new boss Gareca

Argentine Ricardo Gareca is charged with leading Peru to their first World Cup since 1982.
Argentine Ricardo Gareca is charged with leading Peru to their first World Cup since 1982.

There are now six Argentine coaches in charge of the ten South American nations --- and there would seem to be little doubt that the last one to be announced faces the most difficult task.

Ricardo Gareca was unveiled on Monday as the new coach of Peru, the team which has not qualified for the World Cup since 1982 and seems to have gone backwards while others on the continent have made progress.

An illustration of the size of the challenge he is facing comes from recent results in the Copa Libertadores,...

 By Ben Gladwell

Sleepy stalemate keeps Juventus' Serie A lead over Roma intact

Carlos Tevez's free kick gave Juventus a lead that was quickly erased by a Seydou Keita equaliser.

ROME -- Three quick thoughts from Roma's 1-1 draw with Juventus at the Stadio Olimpico on Monday night.

1. Drab draw

While the first meeting between the two sides in Serie A this season was a spectacular affair, even without the controversies and conspiracies, Monday night's meeting miserably failed to hit the spot before a red card for Vasileios Torosidis brought some life to proceedings.

Even lovers of tactics would have been left disappointed because, quite frankly, there was little of...

 By Rob Train

Ancelotti's "untouchables" stance isn't helping Real Madrid

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti breaks down Real Madrid's draw to Villarreal, and what that means for the La Liga title race.

You can't really fault Carlo Ancelotti's tenure at Real Madrid. Delivering the Decima guaranteed plenty of leeway at the club, and galvanizing the squad after the fractious reign of predecessor Jose Mourinho was exactly why the affable Italian was hired. Real lead the league table going into March, are very much in the running to retain their European crown and by and large the players are focused entirely on the good of the collective. After less than two seasons at the Bernabeu, it really is...

Club Tijuana stay top, Club America slide down Liga MX Power Rankings

Juan Arango was instrumental as Club Tijuana beat Pachuca to remain atop Liga MX and our Power Rankings.

Week 8 proved to be a very eventful one in Liga MX. New managers appeared, league giants stumbled and the four relegation candidates -- Chivas, Veracruz, Puebla, and Leones Negros -- were all victorious this weekend.

There is no change at the very top of the Liga MX Power Rankings, but the same can't be said for the following 17 spots on the list.

1. Club Tijuana (no change)

Juan Arango, take a bow. The 34-year-old Venezuelan midfielder scored a brace for Los Xolos on Friday and helped defeat...

Kevin Hughes Aston Villa  By Kevin Hughes

Villa can't help but feel envious of West Brom ahead of derby

Relegation-threatened Aston Villa take on West Brom, Hull City host Sunderland and Southampton will look to bounce back against Crystal Palace in Tuesday's Premier League fixtures.

As Villa prepare for the first of two Midlands derbies in a week -- Tuesday's league game followed by Saturday's FA Cup quarterfinal -- there is no denying that opponents West Brom have clear supremacy in one area: the art of decision making.

Where Villa procrastinated and kept faith for far longer than was sensible or logical with Paul Lambert, giving a failing manager another transfer window, West Brom acted decisively to replace Alan Irvine with Tony Pulis on Jan. 1st.

Pulis was the ideal...

 By Tom Marshall

Tijuana comeback headlines the Good, Bad and Ugly in Liga MX

Juan Arango powered Tijuana to a stunning comeback victory over Pachuca on Friday night.
Juan Arango powered Tijuana to a stunning comeback victory over Pachuca on Friday night.

The 2015 Liga MX Clausura regular season crept past the halfway point this past weekend, with a few surprise results and Ronaldinho generating more negative headlines.

The Good

Club Tijuana is the surprise of the tournament so far, and even at 2-0 down at halftime against Pachuca on Friday, the players and resurgent coach Daniel Guzman weren't giving in.

The second-half display from Xolos to come back to take a 3-2 victory will last long in the memory of the Estadio Caliente faithful, and...