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50-50 Challenge: Real Madrid and AC Milan in glamour friendly

The ESPN FC crew debate the 2014 coach of the year, as Steve Nicol chooses Carlo Ancelotti, Alejandro Moreno and Stuart Holden agree on Diego Simeone, and Craig Burley chooses Joachim Low.

La Liga and Serie A's winter breaks give clubs a chance to work on their fitness and take stock of the campaign so far. Real Madrid and AC Milan face each other as 2014 comes to a close, and Nicholas Rigg (Madrid) and Sumeet Paul (Milan) preview the action in Dubai.

What shape is the team in ahead of this friendly?

Nicholas Rigg: The shape of world champions. Although plenty doubt the credibility of the FIFA Club World Cup, few can dispute Madrid as the best club side on the planet currently.

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Premier League players missing for Asian Cup and African Nations Cup

Man City's talismanic midfielder Yaya Toure will be away with Ivory Coast.

Many Premier League clubs are going to see their resources tested in the new year when two major internationals kick off. The Asian Cup begins in Australia on Jan. 9 and runs through Jan. 31. And the African Nations Cup starts on Jan. 17 in Equatorial Guinea, with the final on Feb. 8.

Here, we run through a club-by-club guide of which Premier League players could be missing for a month.

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Fernando Torres' return good for him, but what do Atletico Madrid get?

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe is at a loss for words with the rumours Fernando Torres may be returning to his boyhood club of Atletico Madrid, as he questions if he will ever escape from his poor form in recent years.

Seven years since "El Nino" left home for the bright lights of England, Fernando Torres is back where it all began, rejoining Atletico Madrid on loan after signing for AC Milan permanently from Chelsea just a few days earlier.

Not so much a kid anymore -- Torres will be 31 in March -- but still possessing the boyish good looks that earned him the nickname in the first place, it is a sentimental homecoming that has got the Vicente Calderon faithful excited. But why?

What is there to actually get giddy...

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Nothing lucky about Saints' draw with Chelsea despite Mourinho's moans

The ESPN FC team respond to Jose Mourinho's comments surrounding the diving debacle at Chelsea, but Shaka Hislop explains there doesn't seem to be a controversy at all and the referee should have given a penalty for the foul.

Sometimes football is as much about dampening the threat of the opposition as it is about scoring yourselves. Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho will know that only too well after his side were the victims of a superb defensive display from Southampton in their 1-1 draw on Sunday. 

Yes, Southampton were fortunate not to concede a penalty in the second half when Cesc Fabregas was fouled in the area but Mourinho got it completely wrong when he suggested there was an agenda against his side. Overall,...

The numbers tell a sorry tale for faltering Everton

Everton manager Roberto Martinez was disappointed with his side's defensive lapses in their 3-2 defeat to Newcastle.

The statistics paint a bleak picture for an out-of-form Everton side suffering a third successive league defeat in their 3-2 defeat at Newcastle. Even the first signs of overdue tinkering from manager Roberto Martinez could not steer the Blues toward three points.

In a dramatic role reversal from a first season in which Martinez regularly displayed invention and creativity toward tactics and substitutions, the Toffees' boss has faced criticism for perceived predictability in recent weeks.

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Stoke await Manchester United after season's first back-to-back victories

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes was delighted with his side's 2-0 win over a struggling West Brom which saw his side climb to 11th place in the Premier League.

Aside from death and taxes, there are few certainties in life. But, Stoke beating West Brom is certainly towards the top of the list as the Potters recorded their latest 2-0 win to leave Baggies manager Alan Irvine nervously watching his mobile phone for the rest of the evening.

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Stoke's victory -- their second in three days -- means that they have recorded their first back-to-back wins of the campaign as they seek to find that ever elusive consistency. That both wins were accompanied by clean sheets...