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Barca dealing with Copa drama

 By Andy Mitten

Jonny Evans needs Man United fans' support to play his best football

The Football Association has charged both Papiss Cisse and Jonny Evans for their spitting altercation on Wednesday's Premier League match between Newcastle and Manchester United.

It wasn't only the 3,000 travelling Manchester United fans high up in the third tier at St James' Park who missed two players spitting in Wednesday's Premier League game at Newcastle, the match officials and both benches missed it too.

Everyone witnessed the outraged reaction from Cisse in the stadium, while the slow motion, HD television replays provided clear evidence of spitting for those watching at home. Evans has vehemently denied that he intended to spit at the Senegalese and will respond...

Barcelona eye clasico with Real Madrid but Rayo the focus for now

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno believes Barcelona have a real chance to win the treble this season with the trio of Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez leading the charge.

Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao have a lot in common. Between them they have won 49 of the 112 editions of the Spanish Cup to date and they will meet again in this year's final on May 30 to decide who takes the 50th.

That game will be a repeat of the 2009 and 2012 finals that Barca won and there should be similar scenes to those friendly occasions where fans happily mixed happily, united in their opposition of a shared enemy in the Spanish capital.

Leaving aside the complexities of Spanish politics,...

 By Mark Lovell

Champions League clash with Shakhtar dominates Bayern agenda

Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola is pleased with how many goals his side have been scoring of late, but still thinks they can get even better.

Although the Bayern Munich hierarchy will not admit it, the crunch Champions League return leg against Shakhtar Donetsk has loomed large for a while -- and judging by the holders' laboured German Cup display on Wednesday, Pep Guardiola's charges already have one eye on more pressing European matters.

Admittedly, it would have been the mother of all shocks if second-division Braunschweig had prevailed in Munich, and ultimately Bayern got the job done to reach the quarterfinals via a 2-0 victory.


 By Nick Miller

Is Everton boss Roberto Martinez the next Premier League manager to go?

Aston Villa's last-gasp victory over West Bromwich Albion saw the Villans rise out of the relegation zone.

With Everton spiraling down the Premier League table, could the once-hailed Roberto Martinez really be the next Premier League manager to be fired? Nick Miller lays the odds in the newest installment of the Sack Race.

The front-runner

One can only assume that football managers regularly read the monthly updates of the Sack Race, hoping and praying that their name isn't at the top, thus signalling their impending doom. Well, fear not, managers of the land, for the football world moves so quickly...

Resurgence of Young a reflection of Manchester United season

Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal says his side were well worth their late win against Newcastle on Wednesday.

It might have seemed like yet another gift for Manchester United, this time from opposing goalkeeper Tim Krul, but you'd forgive Ashley Young for not feeling he deserved to fully accept it.

Young's fortuitous 89th-minute strike against Newcastle United on Wednesday was not just the club's first late winner since Dec. 26, 2012, putting a much more familiar spin on this apparent habit of United achieving unexpected wins. It was also Young's first goal in 14 months, and finally tangible confirmation...

Tactical evolution must be the next goal for Asian champions Australia

Coach Ange Postecoglou proved critics wrong by masterminding Australia to their first Asian title in January.

As a fellow coach and his former rival from the old days of the National Soccer League, I have the utmost respect for what Ange Postecoglou has achieved in a relatively short time as coach of the Socceroos.

To win the 2015 AFC Asian Cup with a reshaped squad, lacking in world class players whilst sticking to a bold, attacking philosophy with the pressure and expectation of home crowds demanding success, is a remarkable achievement. He proved so many doubters wrong and built a platform on which the...