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Mexico's wins over Paraguay, Ecuador prove the need for tougher opponents

A goal after just three minutes from Mexico's Eduardo Herrera would be all El Tri would need to secure a 1-0 win over Paraguay at Arrowhead Stadium.

Mexico's victories in a pair of friendlies against Ecuador and Paraguay aren't anything to be ashamed of, but the two wins, both 1-0, aren't anything to gloat about with great pride, either.

In fact, it's time for El Tri to take a hard look at what needs to be improved on the squad. One of those elements could well be the quality of competition.

After all, how excited can Mexico be to defeat two teams ranked lower than El Tri's 21 in FIFA's list? Ecuador is ranked 29, while lowly Paraguay sits...

Joaquin Valdes might be the man behind Luis Enrique, Barca resurgence

The ESPN FC panel discuss an incredible weekend in the world of football with Manchester United's win and Barcelona's El Clasico victory highlighting the action.

We've just hit the year anniversary of the last game Victor Valdes ever played for FC Barcelona. A little sadly, from my perspective, it was something barely noted in the local media; he was certainly the most successful keeper in the club's history and, I'd say, their greatest, too.

Leaping up to catch the ball and coming down, almost imperceptibly in pain at first and then lying down on the ground, motionless,; the agony in his knee ligaments was quickly overtaken by an evident knowledge right...

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool's trip to Arsenal recalls last year's memorable 5-1 Anfield win

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Janusz Michallik give their thoughts on Raheem Sterling's ongoing contract negotiations.

The international matches have just ended but already there is anticipation for the club fixtures at the weekend. Given that Liverpool are visiting Arsenal at the Emirates stadium, a better word might be "trepidation," since they've only won there once (a 2-0 win on May 2011) since it opened for business in 2006.

Like the Reds' previous game with Manchester United, it raises the question of who will eventually qualify for the Champions League, since only a major Chelsea collapse would give the London...

Best (worst) XI of April Fools' Day jokes in football

We're well aware that April Fools' Day can be a minefield for football fans, who are forced to sift through the morning's news in a constant state of paranoid anxiety, completely unable to trust anything they read, see or hear.

With that in mind, we've cobbled together 11 of the best bits of footballing April tomfoolery to help you weed out the nonsense.

1. Chelsea and Arsenal announce joint Ashley Cole statue

Coming complete with a fairly unconvincing Photoshop mock-up of said monument, the Evening...

 By Simon Curtis

Man City and Palace share a rollercoaster history

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini speaks after his team's 3-0 victory over West Brom.

A lot of water has passed under the bridge since Malcolm Allison and his protege Terry Venables squared up to each other on the first day of the 1979-80 season. Allison in his chaotic second period in charge of City; Venables the recently retired Tottenham, QPR and Crystal Palace midfielder taking his first bold steps in a management career that would see him take charge of Barcelona in a European Cup final and England in a European championship semifinal.

Both sides were liberally sprinkled with...

Thiago Alcantara's return could be key for the rest of Bayern Munich's season

Thiago is finally on the verge of full fitness, and his creativity and vision will be a big boost for Bayern in midfield.

International breaks create a peculiar scene at the training grounds of the world's biggest clubs. As Diego Torres underlined in his book "The Special One: The Dark Side of Jose Mourinho," Mourinho used the exodus as reasoning that he would be able to balance the Real Madrid job and coaching Portugal through the Euro 2012 qualifiers. It was a view that his president, Florentino Perez, ultimately didn't agree with.

"If I go with Portugal, I'll be going with three Madrid players," Mourinho said....