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Van Gaal getting a feel for things as United head to Spurs

The ESPN FC panel preview Week 19's much-anticipated match between Manchester United and Tottenham at White Hart Lane in the Premier League.

Roy Keane's latest autobiography showed there was no love lost between the former Manchester United captain and Sir Alex Ferguson. Keane gave plenty of interviews to expand on his dislike of his former manager and criticised Ferguson whenever possible.

However, there were parts of the book that painted Ferguson in a more favourable manner and showed that Keane wasn't afraid to reflect on the manager's positive moments.

"I played under good managers, bad managers. The top managers get a feel...

 By Max Hicks

Swansea failing to convince with their football

Swansea manager Garry Monk heralded a second successive clean sheet as his side made it six points from six in the Boxing Day matchup against Aston Villa.

Swansea clung on for another 1-0 win on Boxing Day and although manager Garry Monk talked up his teams 'winning mentality' afterwards, there is a difference between playing to win and managing not to lose. Against Aston Villa, Swansea got lucky.

Real 'winning mentality' would have seen Swansea take more than seven shots on goal all game. That's roughly one shot every 13 minutes, hardly a winning formula under most circumstances.

Villa were unlucky not to be awarded a penalty for Ash Williams'...

Prospect of heavy defeat staring Burnley in the face

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers and Burnley manager Sean Dyche were both pleased in the Reds' 1-0 defeat of Burnley.

Manchester City away is not the kind of fixture Burnley manager Sean Dyche will be expecting his team to get anything from, as a visit to the defending champions is perhaps the season's toughest match.

Burnley go into Sunday's game on a slightly wobbly run of form and have only won once in their last five, despite improved performances. It seems unlikely that they will pull off a shock against a City team that have won nine in a row in all competitions.

Even without an available senior striker,...

 By Tom Marshall

Marco Fabian is back at Chivas Guadalajara with the pressure on

Marco Fabian returns to Chivas Guadalajara after a loan spell at Cruz Azul and faces an uncertain future.
 

Chivas returnee Marco Fabian has his own slick website, over one million followers on Twitter and has opened his own academy for local Guadalajara youngsters. On the field, the attacking midfielder has won Olympic gold, the CONCACAF Champions League, attended a World Cup and has a decent number of Mexico caps (20 appearances for El Tri) under his belt. Website: 

Countless other professionals crave for the type of success and recognition the 25-year-old has managed to achieve and, on paper...

 By Chris Rann

Chelsea hold no fear for Saints after thrashing of Crystal Palace

Sadio Mane celebrates his goal with Ronald Koeman.

With Jose Mourinho coming to St. Mary's on Sunday, it was important that Southampton got a positive result at Selhurst Park on Boxing Day, and they did just that.

In an all-round pleasing 3-0 display that has seen the end of Neil Warnock's reign at Crystal Palace, there were a lot of positives to take into the somewhat more daunting challenge of Premier League leaders Chelsea.

In particular the performance of man of the match Sadio Mane was extremely satisfying. Having looked a world-beater in his...

Steve Bruce looks to Tigers' old guard to overcome Sunderland

Hull City manager Steve Bruce refused to make excuses for his side's 1-0 loss to Swansea City.

Steve Bruce said recently he would place his life in the hands of the promotion winners still among his Hull City squad: players such as David Meyler and Stephen Quinn, Liam Rosenior and Sone Aluko, the spirited band of brothers that helped the Tigers reach the Premier League 18 months ago.

Bruce trusted those very same veterans with his future on Boxing Day, and how the decision was vindicated. A 3-1 win at Sunderland on Boxing Day not only ended an arduous search for three Premier League points...