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Trending: Ronald Koeman and Everton part company after poor start

Monday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending ...

EVERTON: Ronald Koeman has left the club following the 5-2 defeat against Arsenal on Sunday which left the club in the bottom three of the Premier League.

LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp said he did not want to say "anything positive" about his Liverpool side after they were thrashed 4-1 at Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.

- Philippe Coutinho has told ESPN Brasil that the four goals his side conceded to Tottenham at...

 By Simon Curtis

Victories and records starting to pile up for Pep Guardiola and Man City

Pep Guardiola praises his Manchester City team after beating Burnley and urges them to keep performing.
Pep Guardiola praises his Manchester City team after beating Burnley and urges them to keep performing.
Pep Guardiola praises his Manchester City team after beating Burnley and urges them to keep performing.

"You have players with talent every year, but to achieve something special, first of all you win it by little margins that at some stage of the season become very tight, and you need your players to respond with intelligence to get through these difficulties."

If Arsene Wenger had no difficulty pinpointing one of the secrets to his Invincibles side of 2003-04, it goes without saying that Pep Guardiola will be aware of the small details in his quest to produce an equally memorable season for Manchester...

 By Ben Pearce

Hammers clash a big chance for Tottenham to highlight development

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Tottenham are Manchester City's closest title rivals.

With Tottenham's confidence sky-high after a draw against Real Madrid and a 4-1 triumph over Liverpool in the past week, Wednesday's League Cup clash at home against West Ham looks an enticing opportunity to book a cup quarterfinal as well.

After all, while Spurs have won six of their last seven games, their London rivals go into this match on the back of a 3-0 home defeat against newly promoted Brighton, with Slaven Bilic under pressure.

Yet that very dichotomy could make this a tough tie for Tottenham....

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Neymar, Pogba, Coutinho - who'll break Ronaldo, Messi's hold on awards?

Kevin De Bruyne says he's more interested in winning trophies with Manchester City than chasing after personal accolades.
As Kevin De Bruyne's form continues to scintillate, the FC crew debate just how world-class the midfielder's talent is.
As FIFA announce the three candidates for awards including best player and best manger, see who's being tipped for success.

The three finalists for The Best FIFA Men's Player award has a very familiar look to it with Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Neymar once again sharing the podium when it comes to a top individual prize.

No player other than Ronaldo or Messi has won either the Ballon d'Or or FIFA's award since 2007, when Kaka scooped both prizes for his Champions League-winning exploits with AC Milan.

But the duopoly of Ronaldo, 32, and 30-year-old Messi has to end at some time -- who will be the next new name...

 By Nick Miller

Chelsea battle back while Mourinho throws United players under the bus

The ESPN FC crew discuss Jose Mourinho and Manchester United's tactics.
The ESPN FC crew discuss Jose Mourinho and Manchester United's tactics.

If Manchester United's players weren't aware before, they certainly are now. Jose Mourinho, once a man praised because his antics and public proclamations were perceived as distraction techniques, ways to divert attention and pressure away from his players, proved on Saturday that he's perfectly happy to blame someone else when things go wrong.

"I don't even remember a friendly match where our attitude was so poor," Mourinho said after United's 2-1 defeat to Huddersfield. "When I lose matches, I...

 By Steven Kelly

Stagnant Liverpool showing little sign of progress under Jurgen Klopp

The FC crew discuss Dejan Lovren and Liverpool's dire defending.

It wasn't a major surprise when Liverpool lost 4-1 to Tottenham on Sunday.

The excellent run against the best sides under Jurgen Klopp always had something of the mystical about it. Dropping points to Manchester City and Manchester United was a sign of things to come.

It would be nice to say the defensive debacle against a rampant Harry Kane was a shock. The sad truth is it wasn't. Not in the slightest.

Even after somehow dragging their way back into it, a decisive third goal right on half time...