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Inter with much work to do

Inter Milan

Can, Skrtel, Sakho combo key for Reds


All eyes on new managers in Liga MX

Liga MX
 By Richard Hall

Inter show improvement but still have a long way to go

Celtic manager Ronny Delia said the referee had a bad day at work, while Roberto Mancini believes that the red card helped his side dominate the second half.

Fredy Guarin's late thunder bolt gave Inter Milan a 1-0 victory over Celtic in the Europa League sending them through to the next round 4-3 on aggregate. The Milan club have been in good form of late winning four and drawing one out of their last five. This does not tell the whole story however, and coach Roberto Mancini has made in clear that improvements are needed still.

"We are getting better, but still make mistakes in every single match. When we don't make mistakes any more, then we can...

Sergio Busquets' new deal is more good news ahead of Granada test

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop reveals his latest power rankings for this week, which feature Barcelona on top despite a 1-0 loss to Malaga.

Sergio Busquets put his signature to an improved contract extension on Friday that will keep him at Barcelona until 2019, and that is good news for a club that wants to return to winning trophies after drawing an unusual blank last season. Busquets proved again on Tuesday at Manchester City that he is a player for the big occasion; he will likely be involved again at Granada on Saturday as Barca attempt to return to winning ways in La Liga after last week's shock home defeat to Malaga.


Emre Can, Martin Skrtel and Mamadou Sakho combination key for Liverpool

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes a defensive lapse cost his side a place in the last-16 of the UEFA Europa League at the hands of Besiktas.

It's fair to say that while the Capital One Cup final between Chelsea and Tottenham will be the main event in English football this weekend, the Premier League meeting of sixth-placed Liverpool and title holders Manchester City closely follows.

Both sides will be looking to bounce back from disappointing results in Europe in midweek but it's the Reds whose exploits may well have been most damaging come the weekend. Were it not for the fact that not only did Liverpool play two days after City's narrow...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Should Man City sack Manuel Pellegrini? This week's #FCDebate

The FC TV panel have their say. What do you think? Vote now!

Manchester City have a star-studded squad yet seem to be stuck in a rut near the top of the Premier League. They face an uphill battle to defend their league title, while their hopes of finally making significant progress in the Champions League took a serious hit in Tuesday's 2-1 defeat to Barcelona at the Etihad.

How much of that is down to the manager? And is Manuel Pellegrini really the right man to push this team over the top?

Should Manchester City sack Manuel Pellegrini?

Watch the FC TV discussion and then vote. Plus, let us know...

 By Max Hicks

Garry Monk's Swansea are capable of springing tactical surprise on Burnley

Swansea City manager Garry Monk spoke to the media on Thursday, looking ahead to his side's English Premier League trip to Burnley.

After a historic victory over Manchester United last Saturday, the fixture list insists that Swansea come down from cloud nine and back to reality. Relegation-threatened Burnley aren't as illustrious an opponent as United, but with the title a two-horse race, the Clarets arguably have more to play for -- their Premier League status. Swansea will once again need to prove they can match a top-drawer performance against top-drawer opposition with the same level of concentration against a smaller side.


Arsene Wenger should stand by crestfallen Olivier Giroud vs. Everton

The ESPN FC crew debate the lack of quality shown by English clubs in the Champions League and why the Premier League's best seem to falter against 'inferior' opposition.

When the No. 12 was raised aloft on the fourth official's board during Arsenal's 3-1 loss to Monaco on Wednesday, you feared for Olivier Giroud. His performance had drawn groans of frustration from an Emirates crowd that is famously unforgiving -- just ask Emmanuel Eboue, Andrey Arshavin and Nicklas Bendtner, who were booed when coming off after disastrous displays.

Fortunately, the crowd were relatively sympathetic to Giroud. There was an initial outburst of relief when they saw he was to...