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Sunderland heading down?

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 By Ben Jacobs
6 hours ago

Swansea defeat signals the end of Leicester City's honeymoon

Leicester's Matty James reacts as the final whistle blows in his team's 2-0 loss to Swansea.

Leicester's 2-0 loss at Swansea was easily their most negative performance of the season. At no point did the Foxes look like scoring at the Liberty Stadium.

Strangely, there's suddenly no pace to City's play, despite plenty in their ranks. Riyad Mahrez and Jamie Vardy are both threats down the flanks, but they are cutting inside too often. Meanwhile, record signing Leonardo Ulloa is drifting pretty deep just to get a touch, and when Leicester break quickly, he can't always bolt into the box in...

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8 hours ago

Roberto Martinez tells rivals to end their pursuit of Ross Barkley

It is no coincidence that Everton's best performance of the season came in Ross Barkley's return to the team's starting XI.
Ross Barkley's first appearance of the season helped Everton to their first home league win against Aston Villa.

January will be here before you know it! To tide us over until then, here's today's batch of rumours and gossip.

Hands off Barkley!

Roberto Martinez has issued a hands-off warning to any clubs interested in recruiting Everton's star midfielder, Ross Barkley.

Despite Barkley's signing a four-year contract extension to stay at Goodison Park in July, The Daily Star report Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool are all interested in signing the 20-year-old.

Martinez has swatted away the...

9 hours ago

Sounders take Supporter's Shield, but they know there's still work to do

A late brace from Marco Pappa ensured that Seattle would take home the Supporters' Shield.

SEATTLE -- Walking into the Sounders locker room after their 2-0 victory over the L.A. Galaxy, one couldn't tell the club had just won its first Supporters' Shield. In fact, it wasn't all that different than any other game during the regular season. There was no champagne and almost no loud music. On this day, there was just quiet satisfaction at a job well done over 34 games.

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Granted, the Sounders players and coaches did plenty of celebrating with fans on the field. The Supporters' Shield was...

10 hours ago

Lucas Moura steps into the breach for Paris Saint-Germain against Bordeaux

It was Lucas Moura's all-around attacking play -- not just his two penalties -- that lifted PSG past Bordeaux.

Paris Saint-Germain are beginning to pick up form in Ligue 1 after Saturday's 3-0 win over Girondins de Bordeaux at the Parc des Princes gave them their third consecutive victory in all competitions.

Both sides finished with 10 men -- with Gregory van der Wiel seeing red for the French champions and Andre Biyogo Poko dismissed for Bordeaux -- but a pair of Lucas Moura penalties and a goal from substitute Ezequiel Lavezzi secured three deserved points for the capital club.

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The win moves PSG...

12 hours ago

Three points: Marco Pappa delivers Supporters' Shield to Seattle Sounders

A late brace from Marco Pappa ensured that Seattle would take home the Supporters' Shield.

SEATTLE - The Seattle Sounders' quest for the treble remains on course.

Seattle earned a 2-0 victory over the L.A. Galaxy, a result that allowed it to win the Supporters' Shield, emblematic of the best regular-season record in MLS, for the first time in its history.

The Sounders and the Galaxy entered the match level on points, and a draw would have still been enough to give Seattle the shield based on the total wins tiebreaker, but two late goals from substitute Marco Pappa allowed the home side...

13 hours ago

Real Madrid trample over Barcelona as Clasico lives up to all the hype

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Shaka Hislop analyse the latest edition of El Clasico, as Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid overpowered Barcelona on their way to a 3-1 triumph.

MADRID -- We love football, we are addicted to it for life, partly because it produces the most unbelievable scripts.

We love matches where a team is on the ropes, battered like a 99-pound weakling by a vicious middleweight champion, but somehow produces resilience, luck or an unpredictable knockout blow. You know the matches, you could name them. The Champions League finals of 1999 and 2005 spring to mind as iconic examples.

Then there are games like this, where the sport needs the team trailing...