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 By Chris Wright

David Villa teases new NYCFC anthem

From Kevin Keegan's sustained assault on the 1970s pop charts right through to the Norwich City Calypso, football folklore is positively groaning at the seams with questionable forays into music and, thanks to David Villa, the latest dreadful ditty is about to join the pantheon.

With an assist from singer-songwriter Sarah Packiam, former Spain international Villa has helped produce a new anthem for NYCFC and, well, we'll leave the decision over how good it is up to you.

The full song is released...

 By Uli Hesse

How Wolfsburg went from bland and boring to one of the Bundesliga's best

Wolfsburg head coach Dieter Hecking was delighted with his side's comeback at Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga, but admits the team made too many mistakes.

I began writing columns about German football for ESPN in September 2002. Unless I missed one somewhere along the line, last week's edition was my 383rd column. Only two of which have dealt with VfL Wolfsburg.

The first of those was published more than ten years ago, when the Wolves topped the Bundesliga table for the first time in club history (see: "The big, green W", September 20, 2004). The second followed four and a half years later, when the club were about to win the league (see: "Wolfsburg...

Manchester United woes deja vu for Angel Di Maria

Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal has defended under-fire record signing Angel Di Maria, after a series of ineffectual performances from the Argentine midfielder.

A tough month or two for Angel Di Maria reached some sort of nadir this weekend. The reported comments of Charly Rexach, the former Barcelona coach and recently appointed member of the club's new technical committee, that the Argentina midfielder had been "too ugly" for Real Madrid accompanied another flat performance for his new club Manchester United against Sunderland. Di Maria's quiet Saturday afternoon saw him hooked in favour of Adnan Januzaj at the interval, giving him some extra time to stew...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus' apprehension keeps them from extending points gap over Roma

Juventus' tentative approach allowed 10-man Roma back into their match after a Carlos Tevez free kick put the visitors on top.

We hoped for freedom of expression, we hoped for magical moments but the tactical match between Roma and Juventus was decided by two set pieces. And while the goal celebrations proved entertaining, this 1-1 draw was anything but riveting.

Considering the nine-point gap at the top of the table and Roma's current woes, one expected Juve to play with an air of nonchalance -- such is their attitude when they feel secure. It was therefore surprising to see them the more motivated of the two, the side...

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Carlo Ancelotti, Pep Guardiola the top contenders to take over at Man City?

Despite failing to make up ground on Premier League leaders Chelsea Manchester City fell to a 2-1 defeat at Liverpool on Sunday.
The ESPN FC panel highlight Manchester City's weaknesses, and Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho's man of the match performance.

All the latest and greatest rumours and tidbits on the transfer moves teams around the world will be making this summer.

TOP STORY: A big name Man City manager?

Today's TT begins with a little bit of a twist: instead of high-profile players and rumours of big money moves, we're looking at the bespoke individuals stalking the touchlines.

Another notable league defeat for Manchester City this weekend has put even more pressure upon beleaguered Manuel Pellegrini, so much so that it's a wonder...

 By Tim Vickery

Peru's poor away record the first piece of business for new boss Gareca

Argentine Ricardo Gareca is charged with leading Peru to their first World Cup since 1982.
Argentine Ricardo Gareca is charged with leading Peru to their first World Cup since 1982.

There are now six Argentine coaches in charge of the ten South American nations --- and there would seem to be little doubt that the last one to be announced faces the most difficult task.

Ricardo Gareca was unveiled on Monday as the new coach of Peru, the team which has not qualified for the World Cup since 1982 and seems to have gone backwards while others on the continent have made progress.

An illustration of the size of the challenge he is facing comes from recent results in the Copa Libertadores,...