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 By Nick Miller
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Harry Redknapp leading the Sack Race as Alan Pardew earns respite

Craig Burley, Steve Nicol and Tommy Smyth break down QPR's chances against top of the league Chelsea, who dropped two points last weekend at Old Trafford.

With roughly 25 percent of the Premier League season in the books, here is a look at the managers on the chopping block and those who know their jobs are safe...for now. Nick Miller brings you the ESPN FC Sack Race.

The front runner

"How long before there is serious talk of Harry Redknapp being in trouble at QPR?" the Sack Race asked last month. That time has very much arrived, with Redknapp now the bookies' favourite (odds to be the next manager to go are 2/1) to be sent on his way. The win...

19 minutes ago

Visit to Palace a reminder of what Sunderland must avoid

Sunderland manager Gus Poyet was pleased with his side's recovery after last weekend's thumping, but believes Sunderland will rue their two mistakes against Arsenal.

Six games into the new season, Sunderland occupy last season's familiar territory of the bottom three. By the time Monday night's visit to Crystal Palace comes along, weekend results may have made things even worse, though only an implausible QPR win at Chelsea would push them from third-bottom to second.

For Sunderland's coach, Gus Poyet, the Palace game offers, on cool analysis, a chance to show recent poor form is not a reliable guide as to how the rest of the season will proceed. It also...

46 minutes ago

Adrien Rabiot deal boosts PSG and could signal change in youth policy

Paris Saint-Germain coach Laurent Blanc believes his side is returning to great form for all competitions.

"I am very happy, proud to sign this extension, after coming through the youth academy here. I'm also very relieved that this difficult period is behind me now." That was what Paris Saint-Germain's Adrien Rabiot revealed to the club's official website shortly after Friday evening's surprise announcement that the talented French midfielder has extended his contract until 2019 after drawn-out negotiations.

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Manchester Derby features two teams with opposite levels of confidence

ESPN FC's Raphael Honigstein discusses the difficulties surrounding Manuel Pellegrini ahead of the Manchester derby this weekend.

It's the kind of detail that specifically shows why derbies can be different, why the edge in the stands can be transferred to the pitch. As Ryan Giggs presented Louis van Gaal with analysis of Manchester City this week, the United manager sensed a slight change in his assistant.

"I felt more tension with him," Van Gaal explained. "That was good to see. He has transferred the idea of emotion and I have transferred the idea of how we have to play."

The United boss is clearly confident, and feeling...

 By Ben Jacobs
11 hours ago

Leicester need quick start against West Brom to turn fortunes around

Nigel Pearson will look to get Leicester City pointed back in the right direction against West Brom.
Nigel Pearson will look to get Leicester City pointed back in the right direction against West Brom.

Leicester might be teetering just one point above the relegation zone, but they are also unbeaten at home. The Foxes' form at the King Power Stadium is encouraging since relegation-threatened sides who are tough to beat at home rarely go down.

Nonetheless, the recent trio of losses away at Crystal Palace, Newcastle and Swansea -- plus the last-minute draw at home to Burnley -- has undoubtedly been a reality check.

After the 1-0 defeat in Wales last weekend, Foxes boss Nigel Pearson called for...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
11 hours ago

ESPN FC Player of the Month: Ronaldo, Sanchez or Lacazette?

Alexandre Lacazette, Alexis Sanchez and Cristiano Ronaldo are all candidates for October player of the month, but was there any question whom the ESPN FC crew would choose?

Normal service resumed in September when Cristiano Ronaldo picked up the award after Diego Costa's hot start to his Chelsea career earned him honours in August. Europe's top performers in October have been whittled to a three-man short list in consultation with stats website and ESPN FC's writers. Now it's up to you to select which of the three deserves to be named the ESPN FC Player of the Month.

Whether you agree with the nominations or think there are notable omissions, let...