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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Robert Huth leads Leicester past Man City to top Player Power Rankings

ESPN FC's Brian McBride and Mark Donaldson delve deeper into the latest Player Power Rankings.

Each week, ESPN FC's worldwide editorial desks nominate their top 10 performers from the weekend action, and the results are collated into a final Player Power Rankings countdown.

Let us know what you think of the countdown by commenting below or on Twitter using #ESPNFCrankings.

1. Robert Huth (Leicester City)

It was on the back of Huth's performance at Manchester City that Leicester emerged as this season's Premier League title favourites. Not only did the German centre-back marshal Sergio Aguero...

 By Tony Evans

Manchester United's sense of pride suffering under Louis van Gaal

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol says considering the mistakes Man United and Chelsea made in the match, neither team deserved a win.

They are big on dignity at Old Trafford. Manchester United like to project it. This club has real status as one of the game's most venerable institutions. Now they are in chaos. Louis van Gaal brings many things to the table. Dignity is not one of them.

When Sir Alex Ferguson retired unexpectedly three years ago, United made it clear that Jose Mourinho would not replace him. The Portuguese craved the job but the distinct impression was that club insiders at Old Trafford thought him vulgar and troublesome....

Leicester keep passing Premier League title race's tests; Barca win ugly

The ESPN FC panel weigh in on the SPI indicating that Leicester City are now Premier League title favourites.

You might recall that Leicester were going to be exposed as frauds with that tough run of games beginning around Thanksgiving. Matches against Everton, Swansea and Liverpool away; Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City at home. They went into that cycle top of the Premier League and after three wins, two draws and one defeat, they emerged at the other side still top albeit jointly with Arsenal, who had a slightly better goal difference.

That's when we should have known that no, they're...

 By Terry Daley

Roma grateful to Wojciech Szczesny after win over Sampdoria

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Roma are back in contention for the top three in Serie A following Sunday's win over Sampdoria.

Roma moved within touching distance of the Champions League places when they scraped past Sampdoria 2-1 on Sunday, but coach Luciano Spalletti is struggling to do away with some old flaws that he no doubt remembers from his first spell in the Italian capital.

A neat header from Alessandro Florenzi on the stroke of half-time and a superb Diego Perotti volley four minutes after the break put Roma in a commanding position, but despite dominating and creating enough to look like putting four or five...

Leicester title dream continues but Spurs pose nightmares for Arsenal

The ESPN FC panel weigh in on the SPI indicating that Leicester City are now Premier League title favourites.
The ESPN FC crew present their Team of the Weekend for the 25th round of matches in the English Premier League.

Let the rest of soccer-loving mankind revel in Leicester City's little-fox-who-could fairytale season. Me, I'm trying to stave off impending doom: For the first time since the Jurassic period, Spurs are looking down on Arsenal in the Premier League table, albeit purely on goal differential. Still, given that it's Spurs, the other North London club that has kept to its place (usually fifth or sixth) over the years, that's sufficient to send any Dennis Bergkamp jersey-wearing Gooner to the nearest...

 By Mark Worrall

Hiddink's turgid football and Hazard approach frustrates Chelsea fans

Guus Hiddink says Chelsea have drawn too many matches during his spell as interim manager.

While Diego Costa's injury-time goal against Manchester United in Sunday's 1-1 draw preserved Chelsea's unbeaten record under interim manager Guus Hiddink, yet another draw left many supporters feeling frustrated by the Dutchman's overcautious approach.

It's true that the London club's fortunes have turned for the better since the dismissal of Jose Mourinho -- but with Hiddink's strategy seemingly focused on avoiding defeat rather than pursuing victory, particularly in the Premier League, the question...