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 By Jason Davis

Jason Kreis returns home, Chris Wondolowski reaches century mark

Take a look back at all the best moments from around Major League Soccer, including Chris Wondolowski's 100th MLS goal.

Jason Kreis went home -- meaning Utah, where he coached Real Salt Lake to MLS preeminence for all or parts of seven seasons -- and found going home is not always satisfying. As lovely as the welcome Kreis and a few former RSL players received from the crowd at Rio Tinto Stadium was, the competitive New York City FC head coach can't be happy with his team's 2-0 loss.

New York City FC just isn't very good right now. Whether that changes before the end of the season might matter more for 2016 than...

 By Tim Vickery

Four players who may prove pivotal in Copa Libertadores quarterfinals

A goal at Racing on Thursday night from Federico Santander would go a long way to helping Paraguay's Guarani secure a Copa Libertadores semifinal berth.
A goal at Racing on Thursday night from Federico Santander would go a long way to helping Paraguay's Guarani secure a Copa Libertadores semifinal berth.

In the next few days South America will sort out the final four in its premier club competition, the Copa Libertadores -- and a spectre hangs over this week's quarterfinal second legs.

In theory the teams playing at home are the favourites. They have the superior record in the group phase, for which they have been rewarded with the right to play the decisive second leg in front of their own fans. But these teams are haunted by the idea of the ball hitting the back of their own net. Three of this...

Replacing Ancelotti could be biggest decision of Perez's Madrid presidency

The ESPN FC panel discuss Carlo Ancelotti getting sacked from his duties at Real Madrid, and believe it was expected after the club won nothing this season.

Exactly a year ago, Carlo Ancelotti was singing along joyously to the Real Madrid hymn inside a packed, jubilant and colourful Estadio Santiago Bernabeu. The Italian had ended Real Madrid's search for La Decima, their 10th European Cup, and after jetting back from being thrown aloft by his winning squad on Benfica's Estadio da Luz pitch, he was centre stage, quite literally, inside a stadium that more resembled a Disney fireworks extravaganza than a football stadium.

It was the moment Madrid had...

Santos and Queretaro are unlikely but deserving Liga MX finalists

When Santos defeated Queretaro 1-0 back in late January, few could have predicted that the two teams would meet again in the Clausura final.
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After Week 10 of the Clausura, the season appeared all but over for Queretaro and Santos Laguna.

Los Gallos Blancos started off the season with only one win in the first seven matches. Queretaro manager Ignacio Ambriz was fired in mid-February and replaced by the highly-respected Victor Manuel Vucetich. Despite the fact that the 59-year-old veteran manager had won numerous titles in Mexico, there was little hope for Queretaro -- especially when one considered the off-the-field distractions of...

Does Florentino Perez have too much power as Real Madrid president?

The ESPN FC panel discuss Carlo Ancelotti getting sacked from his duties at Real Madrid, and believe it was expected after the club won nothing this season.

When managers are sacked, especially at top clubs, we often turn it into a moral issue. We feel sorry for them (or not) and ask ourselves whether they "deserved" to get the boot or "did enough" to keep the job. We use our own metrics to measure this -- results, image, style of play -- and we try to be rational by allowing for mitigating factors: things like injuries, time (and lack thereof), resources, degree of control and oversight or personal relationships.

Plenty are doing just that in reflecting...

 By John Culea

Fantasy follow-up: Week 38

Theo Walcott's final day hat trick scored big for fantasy owners.
Theo Walcott's final day hat trick scored big for fantasy owners.

The ESPN FC fantasy game for 2014-15 ended with an outburst of goals from Theo Walcott and a disappointing final game for Liverpool and Steven Gerrard.

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Santi Cazorla, Arsenal (7.8)
The Spaniard dished out two assists in the easy win over WBA.

Theo Walcott, Arsenal (6.9)
Given a start up front, the Englishman responded huge with three goals against WBA, his first scores since Feb. 10.

Mame Diouf, Stoke (6.7)
Breaking a four-game drought, he Senegalese striker found...