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 By Jason Davis
3 hours ago

Three Points: Wright-Phillips, Red Bulls knock out Sporting KC

Bradley Wright-Phillips scored the winning goal over Sporting KC as the New York Red Bulls advanced to the Eastern Conference semifinals.

Here are three thoughts following the New York Red Bulls' impressive come-from-behind 2-1 win over defending MLS Cup champion Sporting Kansas City.

1. That's Not So Metro

The reputation of the New York MLS franchise as postseason chokers is well-earned. History does not speak well of New York playoff efforts, but this win will help salve some of that old pain. Three gilt-edge first-half chances went begging, all three of them on the head or foot of a Red Bulls player you'd expect to score --Tim...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
5 hours ago

Mattia Destro and Guillermo Ochoa could make Premier League moves

Guillermo Ochoa's heroics in goal is one of the many reasons why Mexico is in the last 16 of the World Cup.
Mexico's Guillermo Ochoa could be joining Liverpool after a disappointing lack of playing time with Malaga.

El Tri meets LFC

Mexico World Cup revelation Guillermo Ochoa may be readying for a move from La Liga to the Premier League. 

The goalkeeper was one of the most exciting players in Brazil and almost singlehandedly helped El Tri beat Brazil in the round of 16. He had a couple of the best saves in the tournament.

Ochoa was signed by Malaga in the summer but hasn't played in a Primera Division match yet. Now, according to Metro, Brendan Rodgers and company want a world-class man between the posts...

7 hours ago

Resurgent Newcastle prepare for Liverpool test

ESPN FC's Craig Burley questions Manchester City's recent form following their latest slip-up in a 2-0 loss to Newcastle United in the Capital One Cup.

After three wins in 11 days, Newcastle United are resurgent and looking forward to the visit of Liverpool to St James' Park on Saturday.

Newcastle looked doomed with off-field turmoil mounting and no wins in their first seven games, but the players have rallied and followed up their first win against Leicester with a 2-1 victory over Spurs at White Hart Lane last Sunday and a fantastic 2-0 League Cup win away to Manchester City on Wednesday night.

The team Newcastle fielded from the off against...

7 hours ago

Loan to Forest a worrying sign for Ince's future

Hull City head coach Steve Bruce said he was content with his side's draw at Anfield.

As Hull City fought gallantly to hang on for a 0-0 draw at Liverpool last weekend, one forlorn figure in the Anfield director's box, wrapped up in a thick winter jacket, must have wondered where and how it had all gone so horribly wrong.

A summer move to Hull City was supposed to mark the start of Tom Ince's Premier League career. After learning his trade in the Championship with Blackpool, winning the Football League's Young Player of the Year prize in 2013, and then cutting his teeth during...

 By Rob Train
8 hours ago

Start Isco or Gareth Bale? A tough choice awaits Carlo Ancelotti

The FC team debate whether or not Isco will remain in the starting XI once Gareth Bale returns from injury.

Carlo Ancelotti faces something of a dilemma in the coming weeks thanks to Isco's recent performances. The Real Madrid manager has stated that Gareth Bale will start when fit, but both the system and the former Málaga midfielder have provided the Italian with food for thought as his side enters a busy period of the season. And surely it is hardly a motivating measure to assure one player of his place in the side at the expense of another who has struck such a rich vein of form?

After Real's 4-1...

8 hours ago

LAFC arrive impressively in MLS but have questions to answer

LAFC's ownership with MLS commission Don Garber at Wednesday's announcement.

LOS ANGELES -- If the ownership group of Los Angeles Football Club, Major League Soccer's newest entry into the L.A. market, is anything to go by, there is certainly enough glitz and star power to live up to the city's reputation.

The hard part, namely execution, is still yet to come of course, but after dealing with nothing but bad news surrounding Chivas USA for several years -- there was no mention of the now-defunct club throughout Thursday's announcement -- MLS was more than happy to move on...