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Marcos Rojo deserves opportunity to prove himself at Manchester United

Sir Alex Ferguson tells ESPN FC it was always going to be difficult to replace a manager at Manchester United after 27-years in charge and that change is only natural when new managers take over.

Marcos Rojo checks off a lot of boxes that would make him popular among any group of supporters. As a centre-half, he's nails, prepared to put himself in harm's way for the good of the team. He will stand toe-to-toe with any opposition striker and not be intimidated.

Rojo also regularly speaks so highly of the club and his appreciation for wearing the shirt. When he signed, he reflected on the moment when his agent told him that Manchester United were interested, and was instructed to stay calm....

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

Euro 2016 qualifying: How teams can make it to France

Ajax boss Frank de Boer describes the Netherlands' Euro 2016 qualification campaign as the Oranje are in danger of missing out.

With two rounds of games left to go, we look at who is in the running for the 14 places still up for grabs at next summer's Euro 2016 in France.

Qualified: France (as hosts), Austria, Czech Republic, England, Iceland, Italy, Northern Ireland, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland.

Playoffs: TBD

The top two in each group qualify automatically, along with the best third-placed team. The eight other third-placed teams will have a playoff for four places.


Iceland and Czech Republic have already wrapped...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

U.S. vs. Mexico: four keys to the game

ESPN FC's One Nacion panel discuss what's at stake for both the United States and Mexico ahead of their CONCACAF Cup playoff match at the Rose Bowl.
The ESPN FC One Nacion crew discuss whether or not Jurgen Klinsmann is on the hot seat ahead of their CONCACAF Cup match against Mexico.
The ESPN FC One Nacion panel delve deeper into why finding another manager for Mexico was so difficult.
Our panel of experts give their picks for the winner of the CONCACAF Cup playoff between the United States and Mexico.
ESPN FC's One Nacion panel weigh in on Mexico's decision to hire Juan Carlos Osorio as their new head coach.
USMNT goalkeeper Tim Howard answers questions ahead of the U.S. playing Mexico in the CONCACAF Champions Cup at the Rose Bowl Stadium.
Jurgen on the hot seat? Should Jozy Altidore's lack of form be a reason to worry? Are LD's comments about Klinsmann valid? Rachel Bonnetta catches up with Taylor Twellman to find out

With a spot in the 2017 Confederations Cup on the line for the winner of Saturday's clash between the U.S. and Mexico at the Rose Bowl, we asked ESPN FC's experts for their keys to victory. What will be the one thing that could make the difference?

Will "Tuca" trust his young El Tri talent?

A key to the match is whether or not interim Mexico coach Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti will trust the talent of Mexico's new young star, specifically Jesus "Tecatito" Corona. Only 22, he has four goals in four...

 By Rob Train

Real Madrid suffering from FIFA virus gives Benitez chance to experiment

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe responds to reports suggesting tension between Real Madrid manager Rafael Benitez and defender Sergio Ramos.

Spain's match against Luxembourg on Friday was more or less a foregone conclusion: Vicente del Bosque's side ran out 4-0 winners in Logrono to secure their place at next summer's European Championship in France with little fuss. The Spanish media did pick up on a curious statistic, though.

Del Bosque's starting XI was the first in 22 years of Euro and World Cup qualifying not to feature a Real Madrid player. Sergio Ramos and Dani Carvajal were absent through injury, while Isco and Nacho were on...

Arsene Wenger must make amends for Petr Cech Champions League omission

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger came out publicly to question Liverpool's decision to sack Brendan Rodgers after his Liverpool side two years ago were so close to winning the league.

Any seasoned Arsenal watcher will know that manager Arsene Wenger is capable of making strange selection decisions from time to time. Aside from the week-to-week stuff when little aches and strains that aren't public knowledge determine the way he sets up his team, there have also been occasions when his choices of which players to use -- and which to leave out -- have seemed a little peculiar.

In 2009, the Frenchman's rationale for leaving January signing Andrey Arshavin out of the 2009 FA Cup semifinal...

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Sam Allardyce to give Sunderland much-needed stability following chaos

Sunderland have appointed Sam Allardyce as their new manager and will join the club on a two-year deal with immediate effect.

New Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce had been enjoying his sabbatical from football since leaving West Ham in May. "Big Sam" had cut a relaxed figure in his many punditry assignments following that departure, especially during an August appearance on Sky's Fantasy Football Club in which he chose to wear no socks under a pair of stylish loafers.

But a good football man cannot stay out of the game for too long, even if the job on offer has been turned down just a few months before. Allardyce was just...