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 By Ben Jacobs

Nigel Pearson's tumultuous time at Leicester ends with the sack

ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik reacts to Leicester's surprise firing of Nigel Pearson.

Nigel Pearson's exit as Leicester manager has caught most by surprise. The official reason, posted via a statement on the club's website, was "fundamental differences in perspective" between manager and board.

These date back to Leicester's 13-game winless slump over the festive period, after which even a miraculous escape, with seven wins from the final nine games, couldn't stop Pearson's three-and-a-half year second stint at the club coming to an abrupt end.

The 51-year-old appeared to have been...

 By Chris Atkins

Success of Demba Ba and Mohamed Sissoko crucial for Shanghai Shenhua

Demba Ba is the latest player to seek success at Shanghai Shenhua.
Demba Ba is the latest player to seek success at Shanghai Shenhua.

How does a football club emerge from sustained chaos? While for most supporters of top European teams this is a question they never need ask, for those elsewhere it is one which emerges with astonishing frequency. A change of owner, president or general manager is often greeted with promises of hope and progress, but invariably little changes until there is meaningful reform at all levels -- and even then success is far from guaranteed.

For traditional Chinese powerhouse Shanghai Shenhua, it remains...

 By Tom Marshall

Moreno injury for Mexico signals tactical shift

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop feels that Mexico will claim the 2015 Gold Cup crown over the United States.

HOUSTON -- The news that Hector Moreno will not be available for Mexico in the CONCACAF Gold Cup robs El Tri of arguably its best defender ahead of a tournament that it seems everyone is continually stressing Mexico is "obligated" to win.

The 27-year-old may not be the star name on the team-sheet or the player who gets most autograph-hunters and high-pitched screams outside of national team training, but his career in Europe and for El Tri has quietly ticked along nicely. A dedicated pro who...

 By Chris Wright

Hulk smashes the Zenit training centre to bits

Given that he cost them the best part of £40 million a couple of years back, Zenit are obviously still trying to find brave and exciting new ways to get their money's worth out of Hulk.

The stocky Brazilian striker, famed for his explosive (if a little wayward) shooting prowess, has been put to work starring in a fun mini-series of 'Hulk Smash' shorts for the Russian club's Youtube...

 By Michael Cox

Pogba, Vidal, Ramos, Di Maria and Schweinsteiger: big names to move?

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe reacts to recent reports that Sergio Ramos is trying to force through a transfer to Manchester United.
ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik and Alexis Nunes discuss what moves, if any, do Chelsea and Jose Mourinho need to make in this summer's transfer market.

The transfer market has been action-packed already this summer and that's before the window has even officially opened. July 1 is the start of the two-month period when clubs are allowed to recruit new players and there are some seriously big names on the market.

Here's a look at five genuine superstars who could be on the move this summer ... and where they might end up.

Paul Pogba

The French midfielder is arguably the major star available and, if he does leave Juventus, his transfer fee will surely...

Ligue 1 teams sell a lot of their best players, but it's not a bad thing

ESPNFC's Janusz Michallik provides the lowdown on West Ham's recruitment of France international midfielder Dimitri Payet from Marseille.

Geoffrey Kondogbia (Internazionale), Dimitri Payet (West Ham), Franck Tabanou and Andre Ayew (both to Swansea City) have all already gone. Giannelli Imbula, Jordan Amavi, Fabinho, Idrissa Gueye, Yannick Ferreira-Carrasco or Raphael Guerreiro could follow soon.

A quick look at the current transfer window in Ligue 1 shows that this summer is no different than ones in the past: bigger clubs in bigger leagues come to do their shopping in France. The country continues to be the place to go to get...