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 By Nick Miller

The 10 greatest rivalries in international football

With the U.S. and Mexico set to resume their historic feud on Saturday, ESPN FC's editorial desks voted on the 10 greatest rivalries in international football. Nick Miller explains what makes each one so special.

10. France vs. Italy

France's Zinedine Zidane does battle with Italy's Fabio Cannavaro in the Euro 2000 final.

It's hardly a surprise, given that they're two of the great European powers, but France and Italy have faced each other in a remarkable number of high-profile and high-stakes games over the years. Games at the 1938, 1978, 1986 and 1998 World Cups brought various shades...

Theo Walcott is central for Arsenal. Can he be the same for England?

After Arsenal's resounding 3-0 win over Manchester United, the question is whether they can maintain that level over the course of a season.
ESPN FC's Stewart Robson talks about Arsenal's centre forward problem and the fact that Walcott is should not play up front.

It has been a nine-year journey for a player who has not gone anywhere. After arriving as a 16-year-old from Southampton in 2006, Theo Walcott is still at Arsenal, still the same unfailingly polite sprinter and one who many have argued is neither progressing nor regressing.

Walcott has always seemed emblematic of Arsenal: forever young, even when he was not particularly young anymore, and undoubtedly good but without the consistent brilliance that greatness requires. He epitomised the kind of player...

Roman Abramovich continues to back Jose Mourinho at Chelsea

The ESPN FC crew explain how Jose Mourinho and Chelsea can reverse their poor start to the Premier League season.

It wasn't the first time owner Roman Abramovich had cut through the commotion to make things abundantly clear what the situation was at Chelsea. Except, on this occasion, there was one significant difference and it represented a first for the club during the Russian's time in charge.

On Monday, Chelsea released a statement giving manager Jose Mourinho a public vote of confidence, insisting that the club would not be sacking him. It was something that had not been done at Stamford Bridge since...

 By John Duerden

Australia lose in Amman while Kagawa bails Japan out against Syria

Australia were downed 2-0 by Jordan in Amman on Thursday night.

The halfway stage of the second round of qualification for the 2018 World Cup was all about the big boys from East Asia -- Japan, South Korea, China -- and beyond (Australia) travelling significant distances to face mid-level West Asian teams away from home.

Two won and two lost in an exciting night of Asian football. There was little to smile about in Amman for Australia as the men in green and gold lost in their second successive visit. The Socceroos crashed in Jordan in qualification for the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Dirk Kuyt may be Barca's next Henrik Larsson, Gotze wants Bayern stay

A selection of some of Jurgen Klopp's most hilarious press conference moments, which he will certainly bring to the Premier League.
Could Feyenoord's Dirk Kuyt be the next Henrik Larsson for Barcelona?

The transfer window might be closed, but the rumours keep ticking. As always, Transfer Talk has the latest and greatest. See all the summer deals right here.

TOP STORY: Dirk Kuyt heading to Barcelona?!

This isn't a misprint. According to Catalan outlet Sport, former Liverpool fan favourite Dirk Kuyt is a serious target for Luis Enrique's Barcelona. The publication reports that the club are looking for reasonable veteran options to provide some depth in the attack.

The report also mentions...

Olympics in sight for U.S. U23s ahead of semifinal versus Honduras

ESPN FC's Katia Castorena recaps the United States U-23's comfortable 4-0 win over Panama as four second half goals paved the way to secure top spot in Group A.

The goal is in sight for the U.S. U23 national team.

A few hours before the senior team battles Mexico for regional supremacy on Saturday, the U23s will be taking on Honduras in the semifinals of the CONCACAF Olympic qualifying tournament. If Andi Herzog and his players are victorious, they can start booking tickets to next summer's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Lose, and well, it gets complicated.

The qualifying format is more forgiving than in years past, in that the third place team out of...