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For the sake of the supporters, Newcastle must rise up and survive

The ESPN FC panel dicuss the English Premier League relegation battle, where Shaka Hislop believes Newcastle United don't look like beating any team right now.

This is it for Newcastle United. Sunday's game at home to West Ham United is D-Day. Sunderland's hard earned 1-1 draw at Arsenal on Wednesday assured Dick Advocaat's side safety, meaning that the dreaded and incredibly costly drop will happen to either Hull City (1/7 relegation favourites with the bookmakers) or Newcastle (4/1).

For Hull to stand any chance of staying up, they must beat Manchester United -- something they haven't managed since November 1974. Meanwhile, Newcastle's destiny is in...

Mexico's European call-ups should make the difference in 2015 Gold Cup

After not being in an international competition in over four years, Carlos Vela hopes to win his second Gold Cup with Mexico.

The Mexico national team will have its full contingent of European stars for this summer's Gold Cup tournament.

On Friday afternoon, the FMF released a list of the 11 European-based players who will be making the trip to the United States for the CONCACAF competition.

The list is undoubtedly a stellar lineup of Mexico's big-name players, most of whom will be coming into this tournament in excellent form.

Javier Hernandez had early struggles with Real Madrid but exceeded expectations with his goals...

ESPN FC 2014-15 awards -- the results!

Our readers voted Eden Hazard as the Premier League player of the season.

As the 2014-15 campaign comes to a close, ESPN FC asked its readers to vote on the highs and lows, the best and worst of the past season.

Here are the results -- thanks for voting!

Premier League

Player of the season: Eden Hazard

Young player of the season: Harry Kane

Manager of the season: Jose Mourinho

Goal of the season: Charlie Adam vs. Chelsea

Moment of the season: Steven Gerrard's red card vs. Man United

Flop player of the season: Mario Balotelli

Flop team of the season: Liverpool

Signing...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Photographer breaks Scottish Cup trophy one week before final

The winners of the Scottish Cup, such as former Celtic boss Neil Lennon in 2013, handle replicas of the original trophy.

The original Scottish Cup trophy is so old that the winners only handle a replica each year, and an accident on Friday showed why that's such a good idea.

The replica was present at an event hosted by finalists Inverness when a photographer accidentally knocked it over. A figurine of a footballer on top of the lid was knocked off and broken.

Jose Mourinho is a serial winner and master of the Premier League

The Blues manager insists he didn't give his players four days off, but catered to the needs of his players recuperation accordingly.
This season Jose Mourinho guided Chelsea to their fourth Premier League title and the 22nd trophy of his career.

LONDON -- Jose Mourinho's eyes got tighter and his mood suddenly more tenacious. It was the manager's usual Friday press conference, this time on the eve of Chelsea's April 0-0 draw with Arsenal, but he was initially doing something many would consider unusual for him.

Sitting behind a desk conspicuously placed so that the attending media must look up to him, Mourinho was trying to be magnanimous about longtime rival Arsene Wenger. Then, the offending question came, and the small room in the club's...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus must focus on Napoli before turning attention to Barca, transfers

ESPN FC's Shaka HIslop believes that Juventus are getting used to things going their way and will be brimming with confidence when they face Barcelona in the Champions League final.

Aside from their biggest game of the decade, the Champions League final against Barcelona on June 6, Juventus' season is all but over. As such, management have been working the transfer market with several options lined up.

Paulo Dybala, according to Palermo manager Beppe Iachini, "is now a Juventus player" even if the deal has yet to be made official. While Inter, among others, matched the Bianconeri's offer for the player, the forward made it clear that Juve is the only team he wishes to play...