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34 minutes ago

Four ways to end Toronto FC's playoff drought in 2015

ESPN FC's Taylor Twellman and Alexi Lalas discuss the next moves for Toronto FC and their star players like Michael Bradley and Gilberto.

Well before the inevitable became official and Toronto FC's postseason hopes were mercifully extinguished on Saturday by -- predictably -- last place archrival Montreal, there were questions.

Like, how could a team that looked so promising when the 2014 campaign kicked off finish on a 2-7-3 run that ended with an unprecedented eighth consecutive playoff miss?

How did a year that began with the ballyhooed, $100 million signings of Michael Bradley and Jermain Defoe finish as the most disappointing...

about an hour ago

Will Dortmund's poor Bundesliga form spill into Champions League?

Despite Borussia Dortmund's poor start to their Bundesliga season, Kevin Grosskreutz is remaining positive that he and his side can turn matters around.
Marco Reus and Dortmund have struggled to find their feet domestically, but will their poor run catch up to them in Istanbul?

Borussia Dortmund travel to Istanbul on Wednesday night to cement their top position in the Champions League's group D against Galatasaray -- after all, the Champions League has been the competition in which it has been working out so far for the Black and Yellows. While they have been abject in the Bundesliga, Jurgen Klopp's side have sparkled so far in Europe. The big question now is whether BVB are still two-faced, or if their miserable domestic form will catch up to them.

It is tough to make...

about an hour ago

Three points: Man City drop two vital Champs League points in Moscow

City give up a late penalty as 2 second-half goals from Moscow see them earn a point in front of an empty stadium.

Three observations from Manchester City's 2-2  draw at CSKA Moscow.

1. City have no margin for error

The bare facts are that Manchester City have played three games in this season's Champions League. They have won none. They have three more to go, and if they don't win all three, the probability is that they will exit the competition rather ignominiously. It all threatens to be a repeat of their 2012-13 European campaign when they were English champions, aiming for an improvement on the continent,...

2 hours ago

Steve McManaman says Mario Balotelli reflects Liverpool's struggles

Does Mario Balotelli need to be volatile to be effective? The ESPN FC crew discuss.

Former Liverpool and Real Madrid winger Steve McManaman expects Mario Balotelli to start for the Anfield side when his former clubs meet in the Champions League on Wednesday but believes a drop in quality up front has been a fundamental reason for the Premier League side's struggles so far this season.

Balotelli has scored just once in nine games since his August move from AC Milan, and McManaman says the reservations he had about the signing at the time have been borne out by the Italian's performances...

2 hours ago

Who deserves the blame for Manchester United's struggles?

ESPN FC's Stuart Holden says he believes Manchester United will finish in the top four of the Premier League, much to the dismay of former Liverpool defender Steve Nicol.

Manchester United are in decline, and Sir Alex Ferguson has used the publication of his new, updated autobiography to deny that he is to blame. David Moyes told the BBC last week that he thought the club were at fault because they failed to support him last season. You sense that Louis van Gaal couldn't care less who's to blame or what you think, but he definitely won't be accepting responsibility anytime soon either.

Never has it been more true that success has many fathers and failure is an orphan....

 By Dan Fitch
3 hours ago

Spurs seek to get City hammering out of system with Euro vision

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino commends Sergio Aguero for his dominant performance.

If Tottenham's 4-1 defeat to Manchester City seemed a disappointment at the time, subsequent results have eased the pain. Arsenal and Manchester United could only draw with teams that they were favourites to beat, while Liverpool struggled to overcome Queens Park Rangers, the worst side in the Premier League. Schadenfreude can be a great leveller.

As mentioned in my review of Saturday's loss, there were definite positives to be taken from the match. If you discount Tottenham's deadbeat defence and...