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Sumeet Paul blog profile  By Sumeet Paul

Sacking Inzaghi would accomplish nothing for Milan

Gabriele Marcotti discusses whether Silvio Berlusconi will attempt to sell his beloved AC Milan in the near future.

The narrative went that if Milan lost to Lazio for a second time in four days on Tuesday night, manager Filippo 'Pippo' Inzaghi would lose his job. The first half of that story came true as 10-man Lazio conquered the San Siro with a 1-0 victory, but it appears as though the search for a new coach is on hold for the time being.

The Rossoneri have unsurprisingly been in the spotlight over the past few days, with stories varying over the doubts surrounding Inzaghi's future, to CEO Adriano Galliani's...

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Real Madrid, Manchester United battle for Athletic Bilbao's Aymeric Laporte

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti explains the reported move of Gabriel Paulista to Arsenal, where the 24-year-old defender would prove to be a valuable additional to the Gunners' defence.

The winter window is now open, and that means the LIVE transfer blog swings back into action. Find out the latest news, gossip and deals here.

- Transfer Window chat with ESPN FC insider Tor-Kristian Karlsen

TOP STORY: Real, United to battle for Bilbao's Laporte

Manchester United have been linked with young Real Madrid centre-back Raphael Varane due to his struggles for first-team football at the Bernabeu. Even though Real Madrid have one defender struggling to find time, the Daily Mail reported...

Bojan's injury is tragic but opens the door for other Stoke players to step up

Bojan Krkic's season-ending injury is a bitter blow for Stoke as the Spanish striker was enjoying a good first season in England.
 

Stoke travelled to Rochdale on Monday night desperate to avoid the kind of upset some of their high-flying Premier League colleagues endured over the weekend. A professional 4-1 win saw the Potters through to the fifth round of the FA Cup but news of Bojan Krkic's season-ending knee injury cut short any celebrations on what turned out to be a costly evening for the club.

Having put his side ahead with just three minutes on the clock with a sublime volley from 25 yards, Stoke fans took a collective...

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Chelsea edge past Liverpool and into Capital One Cup final

Branislav Ivanovic's first goal since Aug. 30 won the tie for Chelsea.

Three thoughts on Chelsea's 1-0 win vs. Liverpool, which secured them a place in the Capital One Cup final.

1. Chelsea battle through

Bad-tempered and bruised but bound for Wembley, Chelsea were taken to the brink by Liverpool, but Branislav Ivanovic's crashing header from a Willian cross was enough. It came early in extra time after 90 minutes in which tempers had frayed to the point of scandal.

Ivanovic was offered the freedom of Liverpool's penalty area by absent-minded man-marking from...

Corona, Layun leading the way for Mexicans abroad

Jesus Corona continues to impress in the Eredivisie with Twente.
Jesus Corona continues to impress in the Eredivisie with Twente.

One lesson for Mexicans playing abroad this season is that a move to a major club won't exactly mean immediate success.

This month, Raul Jimenez has had little time with Atletico Madrid, while Javier Hernandez has become irrelevant at Real Madrid. While there are exceptions, like Hector Herrera in Porto, it appears as though much of the recent progress abroad has arrived from players in midlevel clubs or smaller leagues.

Jesus Corona has thrived in the Dutch Eredivisie with Twente and Miguel...

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Kane in lone striker role is best bet for Tottenham

Tottenham coach Mauricio Pochettino looks ahead to his side's Capital One Cup semifinal second leg at Sheffield United.

A few days have passed since Tottenham's FA Cup loss to Leicester, and it's time for the side to pick themselves up, dust themselves off and finish the job that they started Wednesday against Sheffield United.

In a weekend of giant-killing, Spurs were lumped together with Chelsea and Manchester City as examples of shock results. The truth is that there's nothing too shocking about a second-string team losing at home against opponents from the same division, even if Leicester are bottom of the...