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Should Inzaghi be allowed to finish the season as AC Milan's manager?

Milan president Silvio Berlusconi insists Bee Taechau is a good buyer for AC Milan.
Filippo Inzaghi has won just 31 percent of 36 matches he's managed at AC Milan.

AC Milan fell to a disappointing 3-0 loss to Napoli on Sunday night continuing their poor 2014-15 Serie A campaign. However, despite the poor performances and results in recent weeks, they will continue to stick by manager Filippo Inzaghi until the end of the season.

Which leaves an important question for the decision makers at the club: should Inzaghi's misery end or is it the right decision to keep him until the conclusion of the campaign?

The defeat in Naples was undoubtedly influenced by the...

Blaise Matuidi shines for Paris Saint-Germain in Zlatan Ibrahimovic's return

Laurent Blanc sings the praises of Javier Pastore and discusses the return of Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Paris Saint-Germain are back on top of the Ligue 1 table after easing past FC Nantes 2-0 at Stade de la Beaujoire on Sunday.

It was a game of two halves, with the first being extremely entertaining and the second dull as dishwater, but goals from Edinson Cavani and Blaise Matuidi gave Laurent Blanc's men the win they needed to re-establish their three-point lead over Olympique Lyonnais at the summit.

As he did in the 3-2 win away at Olympique de Marseille at the start of last month, Matuidi delivered...

West Brom defence under Tony Pulis the difference vs. Manchester United

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop recaps Manchester United's third defeat in a row.

West Brom's 1-0 win at Old Trafford was their second consecutive away win against Manchester United and came on the back of an outstanding performance from Boaz Myhill.

Myhill, only playing due to Ben Foster's long-term injury, was in superb form to deny United and in particular Robin van Persie, including a saved penalty against the Dutchman. While that was a good save, his stop to deny Van Persie in the first minute of injury time was even better, especially because of the deflection it took off...

Talking Points: Chelsea repeat, Liverpool-Man United, Serie A second

ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses Chelsea's title-clinching win over Crystal Palace and breaks down the keys along Chelsea's road to the title.

Football always inspires debate, and this weekend was no exception. Here are five burning questions on the ESPN FC radar.

Vote and comment below or on Twitter using the hashtag #FCtalkingpoints.

Despite being called "boring," "not great," and unattractive this week, Chelsea beat Crystal Palace 1-0 to secure the 2014-15 Premier League trophy. It's the eighth league title Mourinho has won during his managerial career.

Who will be crowned Premier League champions next season?

Though Chelsea have wrapped up the top spot, things got interesting over...

Everton back in familiar territory with poor display in loss at Aston Villa

Roberto Martinez bemoaned his side's first half display in Everton's 3-2 defeat at Aston Villa.

Just six days and 45 minutes of football is all it took Everton to restore normal service to this disappointing season. No shots -- on or off target -- in the first half epitomised their miserable 3-2 defeat at Villa Park.

The home side were everything their opponents were not, everything Everton had been when beating Manchester United 3-0 less than a week ago. There was only one team making any effort to impress in this match.

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The six-match unbeaten run became a distant memory as the match wore...

Vindication for Max Allegri as Juventus claim fourth consecutive Italian title

The party has started in Turin following Juventus claiming their 31st Serie A title.

There are few greater satisfactions in life than proving people wrong, silencing the critics, earning the respect of those who begrudged you it and denying the haters the pleasure of schadenfreude.

Of the emotions Massimiliano Allegri experienced as his Juventus players took him on their shoulders and tossed him into the air after a title-clinching 1-0 win against Sampdoria at Marassi on Saturday, surely the final one must have been the prevailing.

Asked to reflect on his early days as Juve coach,...