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Ozil and Sanchez on AGM agenda


Antonio Conte, Chelsea's new hero


Tactics: How United were humiliated

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 By Alex Crook

Romeu and Redmond impress as Southampton trouble Man City

Southampton boss Claude Puel discusses his side's draw at Manchester City.

Southampton extended their unbeaten Premier League run to five matches with an impressive 1-1 draw at title favourites Manchester City on Sunday.

But it speaks volumes for how far Saints have come during manager Claude Puel's short reign in charge they were disappointed not to leave the Etihad with all three points.

Nathan Redmond scored his third goal of the season after seizing on a mistake by error-prone England defender John Stones to give Southampton a half time lead.

A defensive lap early...

 By Dave Usher

Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp's boost ahead of EFL Cup clash with Spurs

The ESPN FC crew discuss Liverpool's title hopes.

It was quite a weekend for Liverpool, who finally managed to get the better of a Tony Pulis side to take advantage of several favourable results elsewhere. The Reds now sit third in the Premier League, trailing Manchester City and Arsenal only on goal difference, with Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur a point further back.

While Jurgen Klopp's men saw off West Brom in a game that was more comfortable than the 2-1 scoreline might suggest, Chelsea were the only other top five side to pick up maximum points,...

Ozil and Sanchez futures on Arsenal agenda as Wenger talks about titles

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez will commit to Arsenal.

LONDON -- Arsenal held their annual general meeting on Monday with the mood among shareholders better than it has been in years. That is partly because Arsenal are joint Premier League leaders after spending about £90 million on players to ease concerns about their ability to compete on the pitch.

Elsewhere, a decision to end an annual £3 million payment to majority owner Stan Kroenke, which had been a point of contention at previous meetings, also meant the questions posed were less heated...

 By Mark Worrall

Chelsea are better equipped when fashioned in Conte's tactical image

Antonio Conte stressed that beating Manchester United was important for Chelsea's ambition going forward.
Antonio Conte's gestures to Chelsea fans late in their win over Man United receive a mixed reaction from the ESPN FC crew.

Chelsea's consummate thrashing of Manchester United last Sunday underlined the belief of many Blues supporters that Antonio Conte, if given sufficient latitude by the club's notoriously impatient owner Roman Abramovich, has the managerial ability and tactical nous to bring the glory days back to Stamford Bridge.

A notable absentee, Abramovich would have been all smiles at the way Conte and his players emphatically laid the ghost of former boss Jose Mourinho to rest had he been present to witness...

 By Chris Wright

Manchester United legend Gary Neville pokes fun at Liverpool

His stance may have softened over the past few years, but Gary Neville is still a fervent Manchester United fan and, as such, will gleefully take an opportunity to make fun of all things Liverpool.

Having snapped a photo behind the scenes at Anfield while providing commentary on the match between Jurgen Klopp's men and his old side on Monday evening, Neville duly took great delight in helping the Reds out with their grammar in a pithy caption later posted on Twitter.

 By Tony Evans

Has Jose Mourinho lost his touch in era of Klopp, Guardiola and Conte?

Jose Mourinho said the game against Chelsea could have been different if his side didn't commit an early defensive mistake.

The main job of a manager is to motivate players. The best can pull off this trick year after year. When this ability fails then careers begin to drift. But what happens when a manager loses the knack of motivating himself?

Jose Mourinho looks tired. The man who arrived at Chelsea 12 years ago with a grin and an urge to cause mischief has gone, replaced by an older version who seems to have forgotten that football is fun. It does not appear to matter whether his Manchester United side are on the...