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Adebayor returns to Togo, Tom Saintfiet takes national team job

Belgian Tom Saintfiet has previously taken charge of Yemen and Qatar.

This week, the regional tournament played in southern Africa, the Cosafa Cup, got underway, as did preparations for the final round of qualifiers for the CAF under-23 tournament, which will eventually decide who represents the continent at the 2016 Olympic Games. Meanwhile, there were some interesting developments in Togo, with a new national coach unveiled and a star player going through a troubling time.

Tom Saintfiet takes over Togo

He has coached Qatar, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, Yemen, Malawi...

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New England and D.C. United battle, Toronto concern, Kreis goes home

The ESPN FC panel discuss Jozy Altidore's injury, where Stuart Holden believes Jozy needs to step back and find the reason for these injuries.
LA Galaxy striker Robbie Keane discusses the growth of MLS, his secrets to staying consistent and picks Barcelona to win the Champions League final.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno brings us the best moments from the week in Major League Soccer.

Battle for Eastern supremacy

With more obvious story lines in Salt Lake City and Toronto this weekend, it's easy to understand how Saturday's top-of-the-East clash between D.C. United and the New England Revolution could feel like an afterthought. But the fact remains that United's visit to Gillette Stadium in the year's first meeting between the teams is among the most intriguing match-ups of the young season, for various reasons.

With all due respect to Jesse Marsch's revamped Red Bulls,...

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If Carlo Ancelotti leaves Real Madrid, who should replace him?

The FC TV panel have had their say, but what do you think? Vote now!

Just a year after winning the Champions League, Carlo Ancelotti looks set to pay with his job for failing to bring any major silverware to Real Madrid this season. 

Suggestions that the Italian is to be sacked have lead to speculation as to who might replace him and two names have emerged as favourites. 

Who should replace Carlo Ancelotti?

Rafa Benitez won La Liga -- twice -- and the UEFA Cup with Valencia and also won the Champions League at Liverpool and led Chelsea to a Europa League triumph. 

Meanwhile, Jurgen...

 By Peter Thorne

Sam Allardyce keen to prove himself and spoil Newcastle survival bid

Sam Allardyce's men will be up for the game against Newcastle.

With the final Premier League relegation spot the only real issue to be decided on the last day of the season, more eyes are likely to be on West Ham's game at St. James' Park on Sunday than anywhere else.

Newcastle need a win to guarantee their place at the top table next season and they probably couldn't ask for better visitors than the Hammers. Sam Allardyce's men have been in a downward spiral since Christmas and the last game of the 2014-15 season is really a meeting between two of the league's...

 By Chris Wright

Free beer laid on for Leicester City fans after relegation avoided

Leicester manager Nigel Pearson commends his side for the impressive run that led to securing safety from relegation.

Having risen phoenix-like from the relegation zone's murky depths -- with six wins from eight games -- to secure their Premier League status for another year, spirits are understandably high at Leicester City at the moment.

As such, the club's owners are hoping to facilitate a party atmosphere at the King Power Stadium for the final game of the season against QPR on Sunday by laying on free beer for the fans in attendance.

Leicester vice-chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha has announced that every...

Ten-man Queretaro suffer as Pachuca take advantage into second leg

Ronaldinho reacts as Queretaro went down in the first leg.

Even missing two young stars, Pachuca managed to impose their will on the opening leg of the Liga MX semifinal series with Queretaro, scoring twice in Hidalgo to take that aggregate advantage into the deciding match on Sunday, May 24.

Queretaro and their big star, Ronaldinho, were stifled not only by the opposing goals, but also by a red card that caused coach Victor Manuel Vucetich to pull the Brazilian star in favor of a more conditioned player. The change was aimed to combat the advantage held...