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Conte must set the example


W2W4: Can Chivas keep form going?

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Snowy scenes as weather hits Premier League and beyond

It might be the middle of March but, in England on Saturday, winter was in full effect!

Stoke and Everton met in what resembled a blizzard at times

And it was a similar scene at Birmingham.

Spot the ball, anyone?

All hands on deck at Notts County.

Manchester United's home did not escape the elements, either.

Not far from Old Trafford, the sun was shining!

Football can be an unpredictable game at times; maybe the English weather is the only thing that is as consistently inconsistent?

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 By John Crace

Christian Eriksen, Erik Lamela star as Spurs advance past Swansea on the first try

Christian Eriksen netted his first Tottenham brace since December 2016 to lift Spurs over Swansea and into the FA Cup semifinals.
Christian Eriksen talks about Tottenham's strong display and explains just how much he loves playing against Swansea City.
Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino reflects on a thorough FA Cup victory at Swansea, Michel Vorm's saves and the depth of his squad.

Tottenham cruised into the semi-finals of the FA Cup with a comfortable 3-0 win away to Swansea. Christian Eriksen opened the scoring in the 11th minute with a beautifully struck shot from the edge of the box and Erik Lamela doubled the lead on the stroke of half-time. The home side started the second half with more urgency and briefly threatened to make a contest of it, but when Eriksen added a third shortly after the hour mark it was game over.


Spurs did everything that was required of...

 By Chris Wright

Neymar gets crazy new dreadlocks hairstyle while recuperating from injury

Neymar posted a picture of his new hairstyle on Instagram.

What's a superstar footballer supposed to do when he's got three months off to recover from a broken metatarsal?

Paris Saint-Germain and Brazil striker Neymar hasn't wasted any time in getting himself down to the barber's, though. And he was quick to share a snap on his Instagram.

Neymar has never been shy of changing his look, of course, but this time he might want to think again. 

Dreadlocks. A good idea?

Chris covers the funny side of the game for ESPN FC in the Toe Poke blog.

PSG need to be alert or they will be punished again away to Nice

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner assesses the latest rumblings surrounding Andres Iniesta, Marco Verratti, Toby Alderweireld and more.
A Thiago Motta red card would not slow PSG down as Kylian Mbappe's double led the way in a 2-1 win over Angers.

PARIS -- Paris Saint-Germain will take on Nice at the unusual hour of 8am at Allianz Riviera on Sunday in the toughest test of the French capital outfit's post-Real Madrid Champions League exit resolve so far.

PSG have little left to motivate them to perform well without continental competition but still have plenty that they can achieve domestically -- such as the capital club's first 100-point haul in Ligue 1 and another clean sweep of trophies.

In an effort to capture the attention of the...

 By Nick Miller

Pochettino closes on trophy as Spurs secure Wembley semifinal place

Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino reflects on a thorough FA Cup victory at Swansea, Michel Vorm's saves and the depth of his squad.
Christian Eriksen talks about Tottenham's strong display and explains just how much he loves playing against Swansea City.

Three thoughts on Tottenham's 3-0 win vs. Swansea in the FA Cup quarterfinal.

1. Tottenham can win FA Cup at 'home'

On more than one occasion, Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has been keen to emphasise that winning a trophy like the FA Cup isn't necessarily an important step in the progression of his team.

But he perhaps underestimates the importance of this competition -- at the very least to Spurs fans -- and the glory that might come with winning it to cap four years of play that has been...

 By Phil Lythell

Conte must set the example as Chelsea chase FA Cup glory

A reporter gives Antonio Conte the option of finishing in the top four or winning the FA Cup, but the Chelsea boss insists the Blues must try to accomplish both.
Paul Mariner says something is not quite right with Alvaro Morata at Chelsea, and the FC crew debate whether that's on him or Antonio Conte.

After the disappointment of exiting the Champions League, Antonio Conte has the task of picking up Chelsea's players for Sunday's FA Cup quarterfinal vs. Leicester. Although, it might be the lesser of the two competitions in terms of prestige and global spotlight, the famous old trophy sitting at the top of the Wembley steps is the only piece of silverware still available.

So the players and staff should be motivated and not just for that reason; both games vs. Barcelona gave reason for hope. Wednesday's...