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TOP STORY: United to test BVB resolve over Hummels 

With the euro experiencing a recent downturn, it seems Manchester United might attempt to land Borussia Dortmund captain Mats Hummels with a late, late bid.

The Metro has picked up on reports in German newspaper Sport Bild that the Red Devils will try to take advantage of a weak euro and offer...

Asian Cup Final: Australia, South Korea prepare for epic tournament decider

ESPN FC's Gary Phillips and Jason Dasey break down the 2015 AFC Asian Cup final between South Korea and Australia.

Football's two opposite and eternal forces will collide head on when Australia and South Korea meet in the final of the AFC Asian Cup in Sydney on Saturday.

Uli Stelike's Taeguk Warriors have made fortress football their trademark at this tournament. South Korea have yet to concede a goal in the competition. That record of five clean sheets over 480 minutes of football, which included a 1-0 win over Australia, has been their ticket to the decider.

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Manuel Pellegrini must decide on Man City's approach vs. pragmatic Chelsea

ESPN FC's Craig Burley believes controlling David Silva is the key for Chelsea to beat Man City on Saturday in their big Premier League clash.
ESPN FC's experts discuss the implication of Diego Costa's potential suspension for Chelsea's crucial clash with Manchester City.

Manchester City are cornered tigers in this Premier League title race and that makes them doubly dangerous as they aim to cut Chelsea's five-point lead at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

After the 2-0 home losses to Arsenal in the league and then Championship side Middlesbrough in the FA Cup, manager Manuel Pellegrini knows that another setback in this huge game would leave City's domestic campaign in tatters.

It would be hard to imagine Jose Mourinho's team surrendering an eight-point lead, should...

Roberto Martinez and slumping Everton feeling the pressure

Everton coach Roberto Martinez looks ahead to his side's English Premier League trip to Crystal Palace on Saturday.

Unity between those on the pitch and those in the stands is a fundamental part of football, even more so when the players and their manager are struggling to replicate past exploits. That's why Roberto Martinez's recent comments criticising fans who have been critical of the club instantly left you with your head in your hands.

Intended or otherwise, any questioning of supporters is a recipe for disaster. To run the risk of alienating those on the terraces is a dangerous game. There is enough anxiety,...

Home form will be key for Hull City's Premier League survival

Ahmed Elmohamady and the rest of the Hull City side will need to buckle down at home for the remainder of the season if they're to avoid relegation.

Steve Bruce and his Hull City side have spent the past week on a warm-weather training camp in Portugal, making the most of a free weekend that came with a third-round exit from the FA Cup. Under the Algarve sun, they have spent additional time on the training pitches and nursed countless injured bodies back to fitness.

Those five nights away were designed to prepare City for all that lies in store between now and May 24, to focus minds on the task at hand. Premier League survival is on the line...

Red Bulls' future is brighter with Kljestan, but what about Ali Curtis?

ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik assesses New York Red Bulls' latest signing, U.S. national team midfielder Sacha Kljestan.

I have a friend who, every time he hears The Doors come on the radio, says out loud, "Best worst band ever." He has a point.

I've been thinking of that quirk over the past day or so when thinking of the brief, paradoxical reign of Ali Curtis as Sporting Director at New York Red Bulls and the best worst first impression ever.

Depending on your point of view, Curtis is either the folk villain who did for the folk hero, Mike Petke, or the man who made a difficult sporting decision, then followed...