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 By Phil Lythell
52 minutes ago

Relationship between managers won't matter in Man United vs. Chelsea

Huge game this weekend in the Barclays Premier League, as the past greats of English football, Manchester United, take on the champions-elect, Chelsea. Ian Fiveankles explains EXACTLY what happens in this match, so you don't even have to watch it.

A meeting with Manchester United is always a grand occasion yet Chelsea's visit to Old Trafford on Sunday has an extra degree of grandeur due to the men at the helm of their respective clubs.

Jose Mourinho may well be master of all he surveys in the football world though he owes much of what he has become to the tutelage of Louis van Gaal. The pair spent three years as close colleagues at Barcelona in Mourinho's formative years and the Portuguese has only always spoken in glowing terms of his Dutch...

55 minutes ago

Result needed for Pardew's Newcastle against weary Spurs

Newcastle manager Alan Pardew noted after the 1-0 win over Leicester City how vital the victory was.

After Newcastle's first win of the season last week, beleaguered manager Alan Pardew admitted that there was a long way to go for his struggling football team.

"This isn't going to be the be all and end all for us, beating Leicester. We need to beat some top teams," he said in the postmatch news conference. They have a chance to do just that when they head to White Hart Lane to face off against Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham on Sunday.

The fixture will be Tottenham's fifth home game of the...

about an hour ago

Exclusive interview: Gerard Pique on El Clasico, Luis Suarez and Barcelona

The ESPN FC crew and Santi Solari give their predictions for El Clasico.

Cristiano Ronaldo won the Ballon d'Or in January, and since then his form has only gone even further off the scale. Thus he's currently the world's No. 1 player by a still greater distance.

Just as a matter of interest, his record in Clasicos is: played 21, won five, drawn six ... lost 10.

His former Manchester United teammate, Gerard Pique, on the other hand, can boast a ridiculously good stat. Since returning to Barcelona, the 27-year-old World Cup-winning defender has lost only four of his...

 By Alex Labidou
about an hour ago

Predicting El Clasico: Who will win -- Real Madrid or Barcelona?

The ESPN FC panel debate who may have the edge ahead of this season's first Clasico between bitter rivals, FC Barcelona and Real Madrid.

Ahead of the highly anticipated el clasico on Saturday, ESPN FC spoke with the developers of the upcoming "Football Manager 2015" computer game to get their prediction of the final score. The Sports Interactive group ran a simulation of the game and shared the results; here's the outcome.

Prediction:

Real Madrid took the lead over Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium after 16 minutes when star forward Cristiano Ronaldo dribbled past two defenders and passed to French forward Karim Benzema,...

3 hours ago

Real Madrid-Barcelona: A tactical preview

There's little argument that Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are the two best soccer players in the world, but who's better?

The only aspect we ought to leave out of the Real-Barca preview is the importance of home field advantage. Since 2008-09, Barca have won six times at the Bernabeu, and Real have won four times at the Nou Camp. This Saturday, they play at the Santiago Bernabeu, the pitch where Lionel Messi feels most comfortable. In fact, of the 21 goals the Argentine has scored against the Merengues, 12 have been on Madrid soil. But this isn't just about Messi. It's about all the new things this 229th official...

 By Tom Marshall
3 hours ago

Desperation setting in at Chivas

Hedgardo Marin and Jorge Enriquez talk things over after Chivas were embarrassed in the Copa MX quarterfinals midweek.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Sometimes soccer has a strange way of coming back to bite you on the behind. Amid Chivas' current crisis, there's almost a sense of awkward poetic justice that Daniel Guzman comes to town with his Club Tijuana team to face the relegation-threatened side this Sunday in the Estadio Omnilife.

Guzman was once coach of Chivas. He was hired before current owner Jorge Vergara bought the club in 2002, but "El Travieso" became the first coach to be fired by the owner, after the...