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John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

The men who could replace Manuel Pellegrini as Manchester City boss

ESPN FC analyst Craig Burley pinpoints Manuel Pellegrini's tactics and inability to make effective changes to the lineup as reasons for Manchester City's recent struggles. Also, see why Craig wasn't a fan of Dortmund's 'Batman and Robin' celebration.

Twinned 2-1 defeats to Barcelona and Liverpool in which a 4-4-2 formation proved utterly unfit for purpose has made speculation rife about the future of Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini. That may seem a little premature, considering City could still beat Barca in the second leg of their Champions League tie and may even collect a second successive title.

However, both look distant prospects, and Pellegrini might consider the fate of his predecessor. By February of the 2012-13 season, Roberto...

Roma getting an education in expectations, injuries and Europe

Roma head coach Rudi Garcia has praised his team's response to going a man and a goal down in their 1-1 draw with Juventus.

"The next time someone asks me that question, I'll tell them where to go," smiled Rudi Garcia on Sunday. He's been getting this particular one a lot of late. Not for the first time the charismatic Frenchman had been reminded of a comment he had made after Roma's 3-2 defeat to Juventus back in October. "I am sure we will win the Scudetto," the Frenchman had insisted in defiance.

It seemed entirely justified at the time. His team had played scintillatingly well in Turin only for the outcome of the...

Anwar El Ghazi: Ajax winger who models his ball striking on Ronaldo

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Anwar El Ghazi has risen to prominence in the Dutch league.

Anwar El Ghazi continued his highly impressive debut season with a goal and an assist in Ajax's 3-1 victory away to league leaders PSV Eindhoven on Sunday. His emergence has been one of the few bright spots in a largely disappointing campaign for the Amsterdam giants, who are still 11 points adrift of PSV at the top of the Eredivisie table despite their win.

Born in the Rotterdam suburb of Barendrecht to Moroccan parents, El Ghazi began his career at the local side BVV Barendrecht. Feyenoord took...

 By Peter Wood

Arsenal need energy against QPR, so time to drop Mesut Ozil

Arsene Wenger insists his side are nowhere near to joining the Premier League title race, despite his side sitting just four points behind second-placed Manchester City in the table.

It must be a strange time to be an Arsenal fan. Seven wins from eight Premier League games in 2015 point to quite a resurgence at the club after the opening three months of the season were beyond embarrassing.

Topping the injury table had left Arsene Wenger with a threadbare squad and, as a result, they disappointed. However, things started to turn in December as the cavalry returned and, slowly but surely, the team has kicked into gear and found some impressive form. With three wins from three,...

Marcos Rojo celebrates Estudiantes goal wildly in Barcelona shirt

After enduring a tricky start to his Manchester United career, perhaps it is fair that Marcos Rojo celebrated so boisterously as he watched his first professional club, Estudiantes, beat fierce rivals Gimnasia. Quite why he did so while flaunting an FC Barcelona vest is another question ...

The Argentina defender clearly had some pent-up frustration to relieve as he celebrated Ezequiel Cerutti's late penalty in a 3-1 victory for Estudiantes on Sunday. But is his heart really set on a move to Camp...

Germany 7-1 Brazil: 'The Game of the Century' book released

We take a look back at the 7-1 beating Germany gave Brazil in the World Cup.

German football writer Christian Eichler, an author for the broadsheet Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, has published a 285-page book about the 2014 World Cup semifinal between Germany and Brazil.

The book released earlier this week is called "7-1: The Game of the Century," while the tagline reads: "When the Brazilian myth broke and Germany's fourth star began to rise," and each chapter recounts one minute of the match.

The semifinal between hosts Brazil and eventual World Cup winners Germany has...