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Hunter: Torres' landmark boosts Atletico

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 By Lee Roden

Marc Bartra must prove himself at Barcelona or consider leaving

Luis Enrique is not concerned with personal milestones unless they lead to trophies for Barcelona.

Even Gary Neville would acknowledge that Barcelona's task against his Valencia side on Wednesday night is to see the job through.

A seven-goal Catalan lead from the first leg, combined with Los Che's status as one of the poorest form teams in Spain means that Luis Enrique will hope for a relatively straightforward encounter, and demand that his players commit as few mistakes as possible.

For one of the Blaugrana fringe figures likely to make an appearance at the Mestalla, avoiding errors will be...

 By Musa Okwonga

Manchester United's hand to be forced by the changing market?

Man United manager Louis van Gaal voices his dissatisfaction with referee Michael Oliver following their 1-1 draw against Chelsea.

Over the last decade, Manchester United have increasingly shown themselves to be more motivated by profit than with the quality of what the team is producing on the field. Yet two recent events may soon demonstrate that the link between success on and off the field is unavoidable.

The first was the transfer of Brazilian playmaker Alex Teixeira from Ukraine's Shakhtar Donetsk to Jiangsu Suning of China. The second was the news that the club's share price has fallen to its lowest level in three years...

A tale of two Torres', plus Simeone's century, boost Atletico Madrid

On a day marked by his 100th La Liga win, Diego Simeone congratulated Fernando Torres for his 100th goal at Atletico Madrid.
The ESPN FC crew discuss Fernando Torres scoring his 100th goal for Atletico Madrid in their win versus Eibar.

You'd need to have a heart of stone not to register the uplifting Hollywood script Fernando Torres is living at Atletico Madrid, one which continued at the weekend in what was also a significant match for his manager and Atleti's junior Torres.

More than a decade ago, when he was barely ready to shave twice a week, he was made captain of the club he adores with a natural-born leader like Diego Simeone playing under him. Last year, Simeone the manager brought Torres back to his beloved Atleti.

It's...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Leicester squad cost compared to Man City, Tottenham and Arsenal

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Leicester's most expensive signing is a mere £10 million.

Leicester are top of the Premier League by five points, but their players cost significantly less than those around them in the title race. Given that Eliaquim Mangala alone set Manchester City back £42 million, we wondered how the Foxes' squad stacks up.

It turns out that Claudio Ranieri's side cost just under eight times as much as Manuel Pellegrini's -- and three times less than Spurs! Here are the numbers:

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The ESPN FC panel weigh in on the SPI indicating that Leicester City are now Premier League title favourites.

Kasper Schmeichel - £2m
Danny Simpson - £2m
Robert Huth...

 By Chris Wright

Football unites to celebrate Chinese New Year: Ozil, Pogba and Neymar

The great and good of the football sphere have been busy celebrating Chinese New Year by bombarding their various social media channels with messages of goodwill and happiness over the past few days.

Mesut Ozil did his level best to wish his legion of followers a happy new year in Chinese, but struggled to fully get to grips with the tricky vernacular.

 By Chris Wright

Scottish Cup quarterfinal draw voided by technical error

The draw for the quarterfinals of the Scottish Cup had to be conducted not once but twice on Monday night after a technical issue forced the whole thing to be restaged live on air.

Being broadcast live on television, the first tie between Dundee United and Celtic had already been drawn out before the home side for the second fixture, Dumbarton or Dundee, emerged from the pot.

However, as SFA president Alan McRae reached in to pull out the away side, the ball came undone in his hand.

Then, after an...