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Kuper: Agnelli aims to restore glory

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Bruce set for the 700 club vs. United

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 By Jason Dasey
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Popovic's road to Asian coaching success with Western Sydney

Western Sydney Wanderers owner Paul Lederer says Tony Popovic won't be leaving the club any time soon.

Tony Popovic's managerial feats with Asian champions Western Sydney Wanderers make him a worthy favourite to be named coach of the year at Sunday's AFC Annual Awards in Manila.

The former Crystal Palace and Australia defender masterminded Western Sydney's unlikely road to regional success earlier this month. The fledgling club, founded less than three years ago, overcame seasoned Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Saudi Arabian sides in the knockout stages to become the first Australian outfit to win...

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Can Juventus president Andrea Agnelli help save Serie A from itself?

Under Andrea Agnelli's presidency, Juventus have won Serie A in each of the last three seasons.

It is almost the first memory Andrea Agnelli has: It's the summer of 1982, Italy has just won the World Cup and the Agnelli family's soccer team, Juventus, is in preseason training at Villar Perosa, near the family's country estate.

Agnelli recalls: "We were at lunch and my father asked me 'Who do you want to sit next to?' I said Paolo Rossi, of course, the top scorer of the World Cup. I was 6 years old. And there my memories with Juventus started."

The Agnellis, often called the "Kennedys of Italy,"...

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Bruce looks for a bonus at Manchester United to mark 700 games as a boss

Hull City boss Steve Bruce expresses his displeasure on the red card given to Gaston Ramirez.

Hull City manager Steve Bruce learned a thing or two about pressure during nine seasons at Manchester United. As an uncompromising centre-back, he was part of a United side that ended a 26-year wait to become champions of England in 1993. The weight he and his teammates carried was immense.

A return to his former home this weekend will carry no such significance but as Bruce's men slide down the Premier League table, his two-and-a-half year reign is seeing its first signs of pressure revealed.


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Real Madrid remain first as Chelsea close and Atletico lead new entries

Matchday 5 saw the Champions League's biggest stars, including Messi, Ronaldo, Aguero and Ibrahmovic, inspire their clubs.

The European champions stay at the top but the side led by their former coach are closing in on them in the latest edition of Shaka Hislop's Power Rankings.

1. Real Madrid (no change)

After a routine win at Eibar, in which Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice to take his league tally to a staggering 20 goals in 11 games, Madrid were indebted to the Portuguese for yet another goal -- his 72nd in the Champions League -- to beat Basel as they made it five group wins out of five.

2. Chelsea (+1)


 By Ben Jacobs
2 hours ago

Leicester must take points off QPR with bigger tests looming

Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson still has plenty of belief in his squad, despite their poor form of late.

An away trip to Queens Park Rangers is arguably Leicester's biggest game of the season so far. If they lose to the Premier League's bottom side they could find themselves plummeting to the foot of the table.

City are winless since September's 5-3 victory over Manchester United and haven't scored in their last five games. Nigel Pearson should be given time, and yet he is partly to blame for the current goals and points draughts. The Foxes boss just doesn't know his best XI, and the constant tinkering...

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Sunderland prepare for daunting tests with Chelsea and Manchester City

The ESPN FC crew discuss Jozy Altidore's situation at Sunderland and who should be considered the MLS MVP.

For Sunderland manager Gus Poyet, the goalless draw at Leicester was a third Premier League game without defeat -- not ideal but encouraging evidence that since crumbling to that 8-0 humiliation at Southampton and then losing 2-0 at home to an ordinary Arsenal, his team had become harder to play.

The fans made their own calculations, though. Visits to all three promoted sides had yielded no goals and just two points. And Tuesday's proceedings in the Champions League brought little comfort; Chelsea...