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Mark Payne Manchester Utd  By Mark Payne

Louis van Gaal tees up 2015-16 with new deal for Chris Smalling

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol questions if Chris Smalling is the long-term answer for Manchester United's back line after the club announced the defender's new contract through 2019.

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has wasted no time on the spilt milk. Defeat to Chelsea at the weekend all but completed Manchester United's season as an affair of interest and attention now turns to constructing a more robust title challenge for next year. Defender Chris Smalling has signed a new deal with the club and it is the least he deserves after a period of sustained development.

Before signing, Smalling was part of a clutch of players whose deals are ticking down and around...

 By Kelvin Leong

Who will be the final 20 to represent Singapore at the 28th SEA Games?

Can Aide Iskandar's team deliver the elusive SEA Games men's football gold medal on home soil?. Photo credit: FAS

All eyes are on the 30 U23 boys who have been named in Aide Iskandar's provisional squad for the 28th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games. The ASEAN powerhouses have been successful in capturing the AFF Suzuki Cup on four occasions yet have fallen short when it comes to the SEA Games men's football gold medal.

After a 22-year hiatus, the SEA Games will take place in the Lion City, with the football competition beginning on May 29. The 1993 men's tournament was one to forget, with the Lions suffering semifinal...

 By Peter Thorne

West Ham's rumoured pursuit of Jurgen Klopp is a worrying sign

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce reacts to his side's 2-0 defeat to Manchester City.

Considering the amount of hours spent watching, listening, writing and discussing their club, it's astonishing how little the average supporter really knows about what goes on behind the scenes.

When a player is linked to a move, fans will normally learn of it first through media reports. While it is true that this is sometimes how the player finds out too, it's undeniable that, for the most part, there are a system of agents and middlemen whose job it is to sound out the player and club to lay out...

Stage set for Chicharito to make Real Madrid impact

Brian McBride joins the ESPN FC team to discuss the importance of Javier Hernandez in Real Madrid's Champions League quarter-final second leg against Atletico Madrid.

"We need him," said Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti. The winter transfer window had just slammed shut and Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez was still at Real Madrid. The Mexican had made just one league start for the European champions since joining on a season-long loan from Manchester United and Ancelotti's words seemed like words of comfort rather than words that would see the striker have a big involvement in Madrid's season.

Since then, Madrid's "Little Pea" has continued to warm the bench,...

Danny Welbeck missed his chance to displace Olivier Giroud

A fumble from Reading goalkeeper Adam Federici in extra time handed holders Arsenal a 2-1 victory and a place in the FA Cup final.

In Arsenal's FA Cup semifinal against Reading, Danny Welbeck was given a rare opportunity to play as a central striker. It was just reward for his winner at his former club Manchester United in the previous round and, against Championship opposition, ought to have been a chance for him to shine.

Instead, Welbeck was a peripheral figure before being withdrawn after 72 minutes and, ss soon as his replacement Olivier Giroud entered the play, Arsenal were a team transformed. At present, the Gunners can't...

 By Mark Worrall

Chelsea's youth excel again, but first-team prospects remain cloudy

Our football gurus debate whether or not Jose Mourinho's managing style is appealing to the Chelsea fan base.

Chelsea's under-19 squad's triumph in the UEFA Youth League final against Shakhtar Donetsk a week ago sparked an interesting debate about whether any of the latest crop of promising youngsters will go on to make the grade at Stamford Bridge.

On Monday night, the Blues' under-18 team rekindled the embers of the argument by taking what looks like an unassailable lead in the FA Youth Cup final, beating Manchester City 3-1 in the first leg of the contest at the Eithad Campus. Two goals from Tammy...