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Paris Saint-Germain, with a treble in sight, can't go on holiday just yet

Champions in two domestic tournaments already, PSG still have work to do despite Saturday's meaningless clash.

Freshly crowned French champions Paris Saint-Germain will celebrate their third consecutive Ligue 1 title with their supporters at Parc des Princes after Saturday's clash with Stade de Reims.

The visit of the Champagne side ends the league campaign, with just the Coupe de France left before the season really finishes for Laurent Blanc's men. With Reims having secured their top-flight status with a game to spare, there will be a party atmosphere in the French capital this weekend.

PSG will be keen...

 By Kelvin Leong

Malaysia FA Cup final: Singapore's Izwan returns to where it all started

Izwan Mahbud returns to Bukit Jalil where he launched his international career. Photo credit: Football Association of Singapore

Taking a deep breath and with slowed steps, we made our way down the tunnel, to the vibration of 90,000 stomping Malaysian fans throbbing above our heads.

It was July 2011 and the much anticipated return leg of the World Cup qualifying round in Kuala Lumpur, with Singapore holding a 5-3 advantage from the first match on home soil.

Earlier, when we boarded the team bus, the tension was culpable. As police escorts ushered our vehicle down the highway, fans decked in yellow and black were waving flags...

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Paris Saint-Germain bid €125m for Madrid's in-demand Cristiano Ronaldo

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti talks about the speculation of Gareth Bale returning to the Premier League, and believes his position will be more clear once the La Liga season is over.

As the majority of the world's leagues ready for the season's end, the rumours continue to pick up steam. Things are starting to get real, transfer fans ...

PSG make offer for in-demand Ronaldo

For the past two summers now, noises have emerged from Old Trafford of a potential return to Manchester United for Cristiano Ronaldo. Just last September, United boss Louis van Gaal said it was possible. Yet the Portuguese remains at Real Madrid -- for now, anyway.

According to Spanish outlet Marca, Paris...

 By Dez Corkhill

Malaysia FA Cup final: Seasoned Red Warriors ready for LionsXII rookies

ESPN FC's Claire-Louise Jedrek and Bojan Hodak preview the Malaysia FA Cup final between Kelantan and Lions XII.

The first major trophy of the Malaysian football season is up for grabs on Saturday as LionsXII from Singapore and Kelantan meet at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil. Both clubs upset the form book in dramatic fashion in the semifinals to book their places in the showpiece. For Kelantan, it will be their eighth big Kuala Lumpur final since 2009, compared to the Singapore team's first ever FA Cup final appearance.

Here are three thoughts on the 26th Malaysia FA Cup final:

1. Amazing Austin


For the sake of the supporters, Newcastle must rise up and survive

The ESPN FC panel dicuss the English Premier League relegation battle, where Shaka Hislop believes Newcastle United don't look like beating any team right now.

This is it for Newcastle United. Sunday's game at home to West Ham United is D-Day. Sunderland's hard earned 1-1 draw at Arsenal on Wednesday assured Dick Advocaat's side safety, meaning that the dreaded and incredibly costly drop will happen to either Hull City (1/7 relegation favourites with the bookmakers) or Newcastle (4/1).

For Hull to stand any chance of staying up, they must beat Manchester United -- something they haven't managed since November 1974. Meanwhile, Newcastle's destiny is in...

Mexico's European call-ups should make the difference in 2015 Gold Cup

After not being in an international competition in over four years, Carlos Vela hopes to win his second Gold Cup with Mexico.

The Mexico national team will have its full contingent of European stars for this summer's Gold Cup tournament.

On Friday afternoon, the FMF released a list of the 11 European-based players who will be making the trip to the United States for the CONCACAF competition.

The list is undoubtedly a stellar lineup of Mexico's big-name players, most of whom will be coming into this tournament in excellent form.

Javier Hernandez had early struggles with Real Madrid but exceeded expectations with his goals...