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 By Sam Crocker

Gradel provides the difference to hand Group D to Ivory Coast

Max Gradel delivered a timely winner for Ivory Coast versus Cameroon.
Max Gradel delivered a timely winner for Ivory Coast versus Cameroon.

Three things learned from Ivory Coast's Group D clinching 1-0 triumph over Cameroon at the African Nations Cup.

Max Gradel comes to life

A frequently featuring substitute of recent times, with former head coaches Francois Zahoui and Sabri Lamouchi using him sparingly as cover for Gervinho and Salomon Kalou, Max Gradel has slowly come to life in this tournament, as some playing time for his country is proving what a useful player he can be.

Missing out in the first match against Guinea, spending...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Chelsea to test Real Madrid's resolve with audacious move for Sergio Ramos

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses the Lucas Silva move to Real Madrid, where he will serve as a defensive specialist in the centre of the park.

The winter window is now open, and that means the LIVE transfer blog swings back into action. Find out the latest news, gossip and deals here.

TOP STORY: Chelsea in talks with Ramos' agent?

Sergio Ramos is never one to back down from a confrontation, and it seems Chelsea might look to capitalise on his current contract impasse with Real Madrid.

The Daily Express reported Jose Mourinho will seek to add Ramos to his leaky back line, with the Blues inquiring with the player's agent as to whether...

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's potential absence comes at a bad time for PSG

A Zlatan Ibrahimovic penalty was the difference between PSG and St. Etienne, with Laurent Blanc pleased with his side's display.

On Friday, Paris Saint-Germain welcome Stade Rennais to the Parc des Princes in Ligue 1 for a game that will kickoff a potentially decisive period in the French champions' season. The visit of the Breton outfit is the first of seven matches over a 29-day period that spans all four competitions that Laurent Blanc's men still find themselves alive in.

This is the calm before the storm. By the end of those 29 days, once PSG have hosted Toulouse in Le Championnat on Feb. 21, we should have a much better...

Bale capable of plugging gap left by suspended Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo has received a 2-match ban for lashing out at an opponent at Cordoba on the weekend, but will be available for the Atletico Madrid clash.

It took Gareth Bale six minutes to step into Cristiano Ronaldo's boots and save Real Madrid from a surprise stalemate at struggling, albeit in-form, Cordoba at the weekend.

Carlo Ancelotti's side looked set to drop five points from a possible 12 in La Liga since the turn of the year with the clock ticking over to 88 minutes and the league leaders without talisman Cristiano Ronaldo, who had been sent for an early shower for lashing out at Cordoba defender Edimar. Madrid were frustrated, arguably...

Cristiano Ronaldo impression, as performed by Francesco Totti

Cristiano Ronaldo is so famous that even his footballing peers like to do impressions of him. The Real Madrid maestro emitted a rather odd noise when he won the FIFA Ballon d'Or earlier this month, but evidently there is someone who is keen to take the crown of "social media king" from him.

That man is Roma legend Francesco Totti who, after his selfie antics, has now taken to doing some rather funny impersonations, as noted by teammate Marco Borriello.

FIFA presidency: The candidates challenging Sepp Blatter

Dutchman Michael van Praag has announced he will stand against Sepp Blatter in the FIFA presidential election.
Former French international David Ginola explains his reasoning to run for the FIFA presidency, indicating he wants to help restore FIFA's image.

Nominations for the FIFA presidential election close on Thursday with five challengers vying to unseat the incumbent Sepp Blatter.

With world football's governing body blighted by a string of controversies, the race for the top post promises to be a highly charged affair that will culminate with its 209 member countries voting in Zurich on May 29.

Here, we take a look at who is in the running for the most important job in world football and assess their chances.

Sepp Blatter: After initially promising...