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How the Netherlands lost faith in manager Guus Hiddink

The ESPN FC panel discuss Falcao's status in Old Trafford, Guus Hiddink's future with the Netherlands and Harry Kane's rise to stardom.

It is desperately sad to watch Guus Hiddink ruining his own legacy. Step by step, he dismantles the image that, at some point, used to be almost perfect. Remember the effort Roman Abramovich made to bring the Dutchman to Chelsea in 2009, even on temporary basis? He was the magician, the man with the Midas touch.

Nowadays, it will be quite difficult to find a fan who understands what Hiddink is doing on Netherlands' bench. They want him out. Some openly hate the coach who has long been considered...

Macedonia stalemate gives Socceroos taste of World Cup qualifying to come

Asian Cup champions Australia failed to scale the heights of their Germany performance against minnows Macedonia.

From the highs of going toe-to-toe with world champions Germany on their own patch, to the lows of playing against European minnows in a half-empty stadium on a freezing Monday night... the Socceroos have experienced both extremes over the past five days.

While the 0-0 draw away to Macedonia may seem like a frustrating and largely pointless exercise to some, it could actually give Australia a taste of what is to come in their 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign.

Winning ugly is what Australia needed...

Atletico Madrid's Koke on the way to being the 'boss' of Spain

Koke, right, and Isco, left, represent the future of Spain's midfield.

As Spain struggled to make a breakthrough against a robust, if limited, Ukraine side in Seville last week, they were in need of inspiration and a spot of magic.

Without the likes of Xabi Alonso and Xavi Hernandez, and with Andres Iniesta's influence waning, a lot was expected from the likes of Isco. It was one of the less mainstream midfielders who took the proverbial bull by the horns and showed that extra bit of quality that has been lacking from La Roja's play until then: Koke.

The Atletico Madrid...

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Mexico's Duenas, Hernandez and Herrera prepare for their debuts

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Mark Donaldson discuss Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez's current situation at Real Madrid and predict what the future holds for the Mexico international.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Jesus Duenas, Meliton Hernandez and Eduardo Herrera sat sheepishly alongside Mexico manager Miguel Herrera on Monday in the news conference ahead of Tuesday's friendly against Paraguay in Arrowhead Stadium.

They looked more like they were there to give evidence in court than a trio of players on the eve of arguably the biggest game of their careers, in which all will start. Alongside them, coach Herrera -- true to his persona -- cracked jokes and lightened the mood.

Perhaps the...

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Paris Saint-Germain to match the money Man United paid for Di Maria?

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno explains why Manchester United's Angel Di Maria has struggled in his first season in the Premier League, while Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez has found considerable success.

As the summer window draws ever closer, the transfer rumours and gossip continue to spread...

PSG offer Man United a way out of Di Maria mess

It wouldn't be wrong to say Angel Di Maria hasn't made the happiest of starts to life in Manchester.

His performances on the pitch for United have been mercurial at best, and he isn't quite settled off the pitch, either, with -- amongst other issues -- his family being left terrified after armed men attacked his house in early February.

It would therefore...

PSG's Digne must make move before it's too late

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti discusses this weekend's results in Ligue 1, where Paris Saint-Germain took the lead in the league table.

There have been more familiar faces than usual at Paris Saint-Germain's Ooredoo Training Centre during the recent international break. Brazilian trio Marquinhos, David Luiz and Lucas Moura all remained with coach Laurent Blanc and his depleted squad because of injury.

The Italian national team left Thiago Motta at home once again and Yohan Cabaye missed France duty because of fitness concerns. Lucas Digne was another Les Bleus star to not feature in Didier Deschamps' squad for the friendly games...