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The numbers behind Arsenal's striker search


Hull crisis deepens with Bruce exit

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 By Chris Wright

Barcelona's Lionel Messi goes platinum blond for new season

With a new season set to begin imminently, Lionel Messi has adopted a fresh new look to go with it.

Indeed, as debuted on Instagram by his longtime partner, Antonella Roccuzzo, Messi has taken the plunge and opted to join the growing legion of footballers who are favouring a return to the metallic peroxide look.

cambio d look�� #blondeboy

A photo posted by AntoRoccuzzo88 (@antoroccuzzo88) on

Like a bearded Annie Lennox. Nice.

Editor of Who Ate All The Pies (@waatpies), Chris has worked for Shortlist, Metro and a smattering of other football blogs.

Breaking down Arsenal's continued search for a striker by the numbers

The guys answer your tweets about Arsenal's lack of transfers and Paulo Dybala's future Ballon d'Or chances.

Arsenal have been plagued by the absence of a "world-class" striker since Thierry Henry set the Premier League ablaze. The Gunners have not been able to replace him with someone of equal goal-scoring prowess.

Since then, there have been a number of players who have done well, like Robin van Persie, who won the PFA Player of the Year in 2011 and led the league in scoring.

But Arsenal did not have the support around him, finishing fourth. He then moved on to Manchester United and won a title in his...

 By Tom Marshall

Nestor Calderon's fine strike helps Chivas Guadalajara past Monterrey

ESPN FC's Tom Marshall previews the upcoming Liga MX campaign and discusses the new 10/8 rule.

Nestor Calderon
New Chivas recruit Nestor Calderon, right, struck the winner in the 67th minute.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Chivas defeated Monterrey 1-0 on Saturday in Estadio Chivas, with Nestor Calderon netting the only goal in the second round of regular-season matches in the Liga MX's Apertura 2016.

Here's a look at the three biggest talking points from the match:

1. Calderon saves Chivas with sweet volley

This was a big night for Chivas, with their in-house TV station showing the match live in Mexico for the first time. A performance against one of the Liga MX's strongest squads was required...

 By Mina Rzouki

Higuain move proof that Juventus' 'giant' reputation has been restored

The ESPN FC crew discuss the value of Serie A record goal scorer Gonzalo Higuain.

If Juventus activate Gonzalo Higuain's €94.7 million release clause, they will be making the second-most expensive purchase in football history. Only Real Madrid paid more for Gareth Bale. Yet while Juve fans marvel at the financial muscle of their beloved club, they cannot help but be anxious. Is he worth it?

The short answer is no. Does that matter? Juventus are not splashing the cash to buy a player thought to be the missing link in an otherwise perfect squad. No, the purchase of Higuain...

Carlo Ancelotti ready for 'beautiful experience' with Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich take on AC Milan, Real Madrid and Inter Milan this summer in the United States.
Bayern Munich sure enjoy their training exercises with a few nutmegs and close control.

ESPN FC's Raphael Honigstein sat down with Bayern Munich manager Carlo Ancelotti to discuss first impressions at the Allianz Arena, the evolution of coaching and his own managerial style, and how his tactical approach might change from Pep Guardiola's.

After two weeks in Munich, what are your first impressions of the club, the team and the city?

First impressions are that it's a beautiful experience for me. I found a fantastic club that's really well organised, a beautiful city that's really...

 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester's win over Celtic shows how important Riyad Mahrez is to the side

Following Riyad Mahrez's stunner it took a Daniel Amartey penalty to win it for Leicester over Celtic in the penalty shootout.

Leicester City's 6-5 penalty shootout win over Celtic on Saturday in the International Champions Cup was another encouraging preseason result, especially against a quality side much further into their preparations for the new campaign.

The win sent City top (at least temporarily) of yet another table. The Foxes' work rate was sensational, so much so that you could be forgiven for thinking the match between English and Scottish champions wasn't a friendly.

Here's five things we learned from Leicester's...