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Wayne Rooney: Daley Blind is Manchester United's slowest player

Jose Mourinho says after working for three years with Pep Guardiola at Barca, the two now have a professional relationship as opponents.

Daley Blind might not be amused by Wayne Rooney's latest comments about him on a Facebook Q&A video, although they did draw a laugh from the Manchester United captain.

Rooney had been asked about who the slowest player at United is and Rooney singled out the Dutchman. Ashley Young was reading out the questions sent in by fans and also laughed as the United captain revealed his answer.

Rooney said: "Slowest player? I'd have to say Daley Blind. Sorry Daley. He makes up for it with his mind, he's...

 By Nick Miller

Top Tenner: Premier League players who need to make a summer move

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner believes Juan Mata will be valuable when it comes to the depth of Jose Mourinho's United squad.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner discusses the latest transfer rumour revolving around Barcelona's Ivan Rakitic.

Nick Miller is a football writer for ESPN FC, the Guardian, Eurosport and a number of other publications. Follow him on Twitter @NickMiller79.

Ronald Koeman winning over Everton supporters with proactive approach

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether or not John Stones will live up to his potential in the upcoming season.

Judging the start of Everton's preseason solely on the new recruits to the squad, a backup goalkeeper and young forward is an underwhelming start, especially for an Everton side requiring much work before the new season. Maarten Stekelenburg and young Swiss forward Shani Tarashaj are the only additions to date.

Yet while significant squad strengthening is yet to materialise, progression off the pitch has taken another significant step forward this week. After coaxing new manager Ronald Koeman to...

Je-Vaughn Watson leads tired New England Revolution to win

Je-Vaughn Watson scored the only goal of the match as New England fought off Chicago Fire at Gillette Stadium.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Saturday's match wasn't the New England Revolution's finest piece of work seen this season. Then again, any team would trade a pretty loss for a narrow win, especially against the worst team in the conference.

On a night in which they peppered the Chicago Fire net with 11 shots and recorded more than twice as many passes as their opponent (437-207), it took an 85th minute Je-Vaughn Watson goal to give the Revolution a 1-0 victory.

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Barcelona's Lionel Messi goes platinum blond for new season

With a new season set to begin imminently, Lionel Messi has adopted a fresh new look to go with it.

Indeed, as debuted on Instagram by his longtime partner, Antonella Roccuzzo, Messi has taken the plunge and opted to join the growing legion of footballers who are favouring a return to the metallic peroxide look.

cambio d look�� #blondeboy

A photo posted by AntoRoccuzzo88 (@antoroccuzzo88) on

Like a bearded Annie Lennox. Nice.

Editor of Who Ate All The Pies (@waatpies), Chris has worked for Shortlist, Metro and a smattering of other football blogs.

Breaking down Arsenal's continued search for a striker by the numbers

The guys answer your tweets about Arsenal's lack of transfers and Paulo Dybala's future Ballon d'Or chances.

Arsenal have been plagued by the absence of a "world-class" striker since Thierry Henry set the Premier League ablaze. The Gunners have not been able to replace him with someone of equal goal-scoring prowess.

Since then, there have been a number of players who have done well, like Robin van Persie, who won the PFA Player of the Year in 2011 and led the league in scoring.

But Arsenal did not have the support around him, finishing fourth. He then moved on to Manchester United and won a title in his...