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Relegation looming for Chivas

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 By Simon Curtis

Manchester City's season hinges on matches vs. Chelsea and Barcelona

The ESPN FC crew discuss Manchester City's 2-0 FA Cup defeat to Middlesbrough, where Steve Nicol believes their trip to Abu Dhabi was to blame.

The post-weekend verdict for Manchester City is once again looking a little bleak.

For the fifth time this season, City fans wake up to the first commute of the week wondering just how the side were beaten at home. Five home defeats at this stage of the season adds up to the worst home record for six years.

Dumped from both domestic cup competitions by supposedly weaker opposition, City have been given a clear lesson in attitude by both Middlesbrough and Newcastle on how to treat the FA and League...

 By Chris Wright

Notts County ban Hungary from Facebook over Balint Bajner posts

Notts County have taken the drastic step of banning an entire country from using the club's official Facebook page after being bombarded with messages about new signing, Hungarian striker Balint Bajner.

Just as they did when Bajner was dropped from the Ipswich Town first-team back in August, hordes of Hungarian fans took to Facebook to swamp Notts County's Facebook page with thousands of spam comments saying "No Bajner, no party!" upon the 24-year-old striker's arrival at Meadow Lane on Tuesday.


 By Tom Marshall

Chivas show heart and character but threat of relegation still looms

Chivas Guadalajara is an infamous club in Mexico, but are currently going through some difficult times.

Omar Bravo came to Chivas' rescue on Sunday evening, netting an 84th minute goal to hand the relegation-threatened side a 1-1 tie in the Guadalajara derby against  Leones Negros.

It was Chivas' first attempt on target in a game that once again highlighted the deficiencies and lack of cohesion in the team and did little to dispel the fears about going down.

Nevertheless, Sunday's point could turn out to be a vital one come the end of the season, with four teams -- Veracruz, Puebla, Chivas and...

Ronaldo not happy, Pique helps Barca: 5 things we learned in La Liga

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti breaks down the latest action throughout La Liga, where Real Madrid remain atop the league but may be without Cristiano Ronaldo in the Madrid derby following his red card against Cordoba.

1. Ronaldo not happy at the moment

Cristiano Ronaldo's difficult start to 2015 got even worse on Saturday. With time almost up Real Madrid were struggling at 1-1 at relegation threatened Cordoba, and Ronaldo had been rarely noticed.

Until the Portuguese struck out at his marker Jose Angel Crespo after they battled to reach a corner. Referee Alejandro Jose Hernandez Hernandez missed that incident, but did see Ronaldo's kick out at the Andalusians' left-back Edimar the next time the ball came into...

 By Peter Thorne

West Ham get the job done to survive a weekend of FA Cup shocks

West Ham, Aston Villa and Arsenal walk away with fourth round FA Cup wins a day after three top sides were defeated by lower league opposition.

West Ham United carried out a thoroughly professional job in their hard-fought victory over League One side Bristol City in the fourth round of the FA Cup, going through 1-0 after Diafra Sakho had headed in Andy Carroll's superb cross.

In a weekend of FA Cup shocks, Sam Allardyce's men wouldn't normally be the team to bring a bit of order to the growing list of Premier League casualties. They prevailed, though, and turned on the extra class to progress. The manager's plea not to waste the effort...

Attacking Arsenal full of options as Wenger's men fight on three fronts

Arsene Wenger says his Arsenal side will fight to retain the FA Cup following their fourth round win at Brighton.

Not too long ago, Theo Walcott was roundly mocked for suggesting the current Arsenal squad had an attack to rival that of 2003-04's Invincibles. However, after Walcott scored as a revamped Arsenal attack saw off Brighton in the fourth round of the FA Cup, it's easy to see what he was driving at.

Arsenal don't have an individual whose gifts or garlands can match Thierry Henry or Dennis Bergkamp. However, they do have an abundance of attackers from the tier below those fabled figures. The stars may...