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Barcelona summer arrivals have brought hunger back to the Camp Nou

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on England's Euro 2016 chances, Andres Iniesta's future and the best candidates to replace Xavi Hernandez at Barcelona.

One of the most intriguing conundrums of modern football is how today's coaches motivate dressing rooms full of millionaires. It must be an incredibly difficult task when just a few months' wages of some footballers is sufficient for most people to retire for the rest of their days.

This is especially the case at the very highest level where the wages are greater and the differences between rival players and teams theoretically should be slight. At this stage of the season when trophies are up...

 By Richard Hall

Inter Milan, Mancini should use rest of season to bring through youth talent

Mancini has plenty of youth talent at Inter. Now's the time to give some of them a chance.

Inter's season has been disappointing to say the least, with recent elimination from the Europa League and the Coppa Italia adding to the sense of woe around the club. These events have dovetailed with a poor league campaign that also may see them miss out on a Europa League spot for next year's competition. Their project is not perhaps running at full speed just yet and Roberto Mancini is finding it tough to get his players to adapt to his philosophy. One constant at the club, however, is its...

 By Peter Wood

Tomas Rosicky, Wojciech Szczesny to lead Arsenal's summer clear-out?

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop reveals his latest power rankings for this week which feature Arsenal's inclusion in the Top 10.

Back in the day -- like, say, five years ago -- the questions around an Arsenal summer usually centred around who would be heading for the exit door. A blend of balancing the books, a socialist wage structure and a lack of silverware led to the club's best young talents leaving for pastures new.

Things have changed. Arsenal have renegotiated key commercial deals, Champions League money has continued to increase and the new Premier League deal has eclipsed even the most positive analysts' revenue...

 By John Crace

Harry Kane's stunning season continues and Spurs must back him up

England head coach Roy Hodgson says he's delighted for Harry Kane after the Tottenham striker scored on his England debut against Lithuania.

On Friday night, "Roy of the Rovers" was at it again. Just 78 seconds into his England debut against Lithuania on Friday night, Harry Kane scored his first international goal with a far-post header. Almost exactly a week earlier, the Spurs striker had scored his first Premier League hat trick in the 4-3 home win against Leicester. At times like this, the game must feel ridiculous for him.

Tottenham have been a three-man band all season. Without the efforts of Hugo Lloris, Christian Eriksen and...

Ventura Alvarado picks U.S., is happy to be part of Jurgen Klinsmann's plans

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Janusz Michallik discuss what's behind the United States' inability to close out games under Jurgen Klinsmann.
United States midfielder Michael Bradley explains what went wrong for his side in their 3-2 loss to Denmark.

ZURICH, Switzerland -- So now that Ventura Alvarado has committed to the U.S. national team, how do his parents feel about him going against their wishes and rejecting Mexico, the country in which they were born and the one Alvarado has lived in since leaving his native Phoenix and joining Club America at age 15 in 2008?

Let's just say that like their son, a dual-national who said last month he was still mulling which program to choose, the Alvarados' thinking has evolved over the last few weeks.

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Carlo Ancelotti's success in Europe tainted by lack of domestic titles

The ESPN FC crew react to reports suggesting Spain international and Real Madrid captain Iker Casillas is in talks to leave the club.
The FC team discuss whether Gareth Bale should stick it out at Real Madrid or head back to the Premier League.
Real Madrid's Champions League title last May was Carlo Ancelotti's third as a manager.
Real Madrid's Champions League title last May was Carlo Ancelotti's third as a manager.

It wasn't exactly a new scenario for Carlo Ancelotti, so he pointed to an old excuse. Real Madrid had just been beaten 2-1 by Barcelona in the latest Clasico, leaving the Italian again looking up at another leader in a title race, and he duly deflected by pointing to the quality of the display and competitions beyond the domestic front.

"We are disappointed, but it is better to have better feeling in the way we played," Ancelotti said. "We can have more confidence in the future games in the...