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Simeone, high-flying Atletico look to finally exorcise their Barcelona demons

Despite all the success Diego Simeone has had at Atletico Madrid, he has never beaten Barcelona in La Liga.

Finally. Atletico Madrid finally have a home game immediately after playing in the Champions League -- and it is about time! After taking on difficult away trips directly after five of their six European group stage games, Los Rojiblancos can rest safe in the knowledge that following Tuesday's visit to Leverkusen they will play in front of their own fans this weekend.

As the saying goes: If something sounds too good to be true, then that is because it probably is. And it is in this case:...

 By Eric Gomez

Why are there so few Mexican strikers thriving in Liga MX?

FC's Herculez Gomez recaps the Clasico Nacional between Chivas and Club America, and why Ricardo La Volpe's time is up.
The FC crew reacts to the violence at the Tigres v Veracruz match, and the issue it raises for security around the league.

The Mexican goalscorer, in his natural habitat, is in danger of dying out. While the country's soccer program has been increasingly adept at exporting its best attacking players to top European leagues and beyond, there are few footballers ready to take up the mantle in Liga MX.

In 2016, just three Mexican players scored more than 10 times in the domestic league, not including postseason matches. Club America's Oribe Peralta and Pachuca's Hirving Lozano -- the latter not even an outright forward...

 By Dave Usher

Liverpool must be ruthless and seize on confusion, calamity at Leicester

Alexis Nunes and Paul Mariner predict the Premier League fixtures in week 26.
Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool have ended their mini-crisis but can't afford to start another at wounded Leicester.

Liverpool's task against Leicester City on Monday night has perhaps been made more difficult by the champions' -shock decision on Thursday to part company with manager Claudio Ranieri.

When the sides met earlier in the season at Anfield, Liverpool made short work of the defending Champs with a 4-1 victory that was even more comprehensive than the scoreline suggested. The Reds were rampant that day, marking the opening of the new Main Stand in style as goals from Adam Lallana, Sadio Mané and a...

Marcus Rashford has come far but must be patient to become a star

Steve Nicol and Sebastian Salazar discuss Jose Mourinho's grooming of Marcus Rashford amid reports the young striker is unhappy.

One year ago, Marcus Rashford was an unknown teenager, focusing as much on his end-of-year exams at Ashton-on-Mersey School as the day-to-day grind of earning a place in Manchester United's Under-21 team.

Then 18, the Manchester-born forward was so far down the pecking order at Old Trafford that he had reporters and supporters alike searching the internet for information when, after Anthony Martial suffered an injury during the prematch warm-up, Rashford was named in the starting XI for the Europa...

Dortmund's Dembele so far living up to the lofty comparisons

Ousmane Dembele may only be 19 years of age, but he is already one of the top players in the Bundesliga.

Comparisons to elite players are more often than not harmful rather than helpful for young players. Too often has the "next Ibrahimovic," "next Messi" or "next Ronaldo" stagnated somewhere along the line to end up as a rather ordinary footballer somewhere in Europe.

Marko Marin, once described as the "German Messi" when the then-23-year-old moved from Werder Bremen to Chelsea in 2012, is a daunting example of why those labels should be handed out with extreme care. In 2017, the now 27-year-old...

 By Tom Adams

Arsenal's squad is dangerously light on players who relish a battle

Alejandro Moreno re-visits the subject of Arsenal's 'mental problem' in the wake of Laurent Koscielny's comments.

Tony Adams developed a "law of seven." In the opinion of Arsenal's greatest captain, if you wanted to be a successful team, seven was the number of players you needed who were ready to go into battle and give everything for their teammates.

"He believed it was imperative to look around your team and know there were at least seven who would back you up with everything they've got no matter what," writes Amy Lawrence in "Invincible," her story of the 2003-04 unbeaten season. "You could probably...