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Christian Benteke returns to Liverpool: How other big-money sales coped

Steve Nicol breaks down what Liverpool are lacking to make an honest title challenge.

Crystal Palace's Christian Benteke is set to play against Liverpool on Saturday -- the first time the striker will face the Reds since he left in the summer for a deal worth £32 million.

The Belgian arrived at Anfield in summer of 2015 with high expectations after Liverpool paid Aston Villa a fee of £32.5m. But, having failed to adapt to Jurgen Klopp's distinct style of play, he lasted only a year.

Benteke then became Palace's most expensive ever signing in August and has looked more at...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Jose Mourinho charged: The Man United boss' disciplinary record

Stewart Robson feels Jose Mourinho must return to the basics and get back to what made him a successful manager.
ESPN FC's Stewart Robson explains why Jose Mourinho may have lost some confidence after the first month of the season.
Craig Burley steams up at the wretched state Jose Mourinho and Manchester United currently find themselves in.

On Thursday, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho was charged with misconduct by the English Football Association (FA).

Here, ESPN FC looks back at some of Mourinho's previous disciplinary indiscretions.

Feb. 23, 2005: Mourinho claimed he saw Barcelona coach Frank Rijkaard speaking to referee Anders Frisk at half-time of Chelsea's Champions League round-of-16 first-leg loss at the Camp Nou. He received a £8,900 fine and a two-match touchline ban.

Feb. 20, 2010: Mourinho made a handcuffs...

 By David Mooney

Pablo Maffeo and Aleix Garcia boost Guardiola in Man City's winless run

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Pep Guardiola is under pressure at Manchester City.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola might be sick of only taking positives out of his side's defeats recently, but until results improve that's the best he's going to be able to do.

Wednesday evening's 1-0 loss at rivals Manchester United in the EFL Cup will have left him feeling pretty low, as the Catalan's slump to six games without a win at his new club marks his longest winless streak of his managerial career.

The EFL Cup was his fourth priority of the season and his starting lineup suggested...

 By Colin Udoh

Gernot Rohr begins to make his mark as Nigeria plot World Cup 2018 spot

James Rodriguez nets another absolute screamer in training, and Sturridge is dancing off his critics in The Sweeper.
Gernot Rohr has Nigeria primed for World Cup 2018 qualification.

Not many fans were enamoured when Gernot Rohr was named Nigeria coach in August.

Firstly, the German was not a big-name coach at the same level as Frenchman Paul Le Guen, who had turned down the job despite participating in the interview process.

And, despite a good coaching record with Bordeaux, his international credentials did not go much higher than the likes of Gabon, Niger and Burkina Faso. Not exactly a CV that stirs the blood of passionate Nigerian fans wanting someone to return their team...

Ever Banega and Mauro Icardi propel Inter Milan to victory over Torino

Inter Milan beat Torino thanks to a Mauro Icardi double.

Inter Milan edged Torino 2-1 on Wednesday night thanks to a Mauro Icardi brace, the Argentine sealing the win with an 87th minute thunderbolt.

The visitors were in generous mood as Joe Hart spilled a pass to gift Icardi the opener but a collective defensive blunder allowed Torino's Andrea Belotti to equalise in the second half.

With Inter's verve seemingly dying down, they were lucky Icardi was there to rescue the situation with a wonderful turn and shot into the top corner.



EFL Cup shows Arsenal's depth could give them edge in Premier League

Former Arsenal man Stewart Robson says Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has more to offer in the first XI than Theo Walcott.

Arsene Wenger must have allowed himself a slight smile when he looked at the lineups for the Manchester and London derbies in the EFL Cup on Wednesday.

With Wenger having rested nearly all of his regular starters for the 2-0 win over Reading on Tuesday, it was clear some of his biggest Premier League rivals couldn't afford the same luxury.

Jose Mourinho fielded a full-strength Manchester United side against crosstown rival City, with counterpart Pep Guardiola also including a handful of first-choice...