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 By Richard Hall

Roberto Mancini and Inter face Parma in a positive mood

Inter head coach Roberto Mancini says an abundance of errors made it a near impossible task for his side to advance to the Europa League quarter-finals.

Milan may not be the place you would expect to find a hot bed of positivity from a footballing perspective, but nonetheless Inter are experiencing just that. They face Parma this weekend in a game they believe they can win and the team's mood is vibrant, even excitable. Manager Roberto Mancini has been planning for the future, and for a team that has not been picking up results, that is a refreshing stance.

The Inter coach has been bullish this week on how Inter need to finish the season. On Tuesday...

U.S. shows improvement vs. Swiss but Altidore sending off leads to late draw

A spectacular free kick by Brek Shea in the first half was offset by a Jozy Altidore red card and a Valentin Stocker equalizer in the second as Switzerland came back to draw against the United States.

The U.S. men's national team conceded another late goal, but it still managed to secure a 1-1 tie with host Switzerland on Tuesday.

A sublime free kick from Brek Shea put the U.S. ahead just before halftime, but Jozy Altidore's foolish red card in the 68th minute put the Americans down a man, and Valentin Stocker's equalizer from short range ensured the hosts walked away with a draw. It marked the eighth time in eight games that the U.S. has conceded a goal in the 80th minute or later.

The...

 By David Usher

Mignolet has excelled for Liverpool but a new backup GK is needed

Arsenal legend Thierry Henry played a charity match at Anfield with Steven Gerrard's all-star cast against Jamie Carragher's XI.
ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth and Ross Dyer weigh in on the impact that Daniel Sturridge's latest injury will have on Liverpool and their top four hopes.

At the end of 2014 ESPN FC asked its club bloggers to answer some questions on their team's needs going into the transfer window. Liverpool were in dire straits back then and looked like they needed strengthening all over the park, but I listed the two main priorities as goalkeeper and striker.

Three months on, the continuing injury woes of Daniel Sturridge and lack of production from any of the other forwards show that Liverpool really could have benefitted from signing a new striker, but not bringing...

AC Milan announce partnership with Hello Kitty

It seems like it simply must be a premature April Fool's joke but alas, it appears to be true: AC Milan have announced a brand-new partnership deal with Hello Kitty.

According to a statement on the official Milan site, Milan have buddied up with Sanrio, the Japanese company behind Hello Kitty, with the intention of creating an "exclusive co-branding project."

"Together, the two...

Ramsey, Wilshere and Oxlade-Chamberlain in Arsenal spotlight

Arsenal announced five new contracts in December 2012 with Carl Jenkinson, Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere, Kieran Gibbs and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain all signing new deals.

In December 2012, Arsenal proudly announced that five players had signed new deals with the club.

Carl Jenkinson, Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere, Kieran Gibbs and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain sat there posing with contracts in front of them and boss Arsene Wenger standing proudly behind.

It was a British core, as Wenger described it. A response, perhaps, to players born abroad who don't have the same connection with a club, making it easier for them to jump ship when things don't go the way they want or...

 By Mark Worrall

Terry has a new Chelsea deal but are Zouma and Varane the future?

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer says John Terry re-upping for one more year is crucial pillar for Jose Mourinho to continue his pursuit of the Champions League crown.

Last week's announcement that John Terry had signed a new one-year contract was welcomed by Chelsea supporters.

Despite being 34 and at the veteran stage of his career, the man they refer to as "Captain, Leader, Legend" has been playing some of the best football of his career this season, featuring in every Premier League game so far.

Terry has had a hugely influential role in Jose Mourinho's bid to bring the title back to Chelsea but he cannot keep playing forever.

At the start of the campaign,...