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Corrigan: Five things we learned in La Liga

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 By Chris Wright

Leicester players ate ostrich burgers at training ground after Pearson insult

Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson launches a bizarre rant at a reporter following Leicester's 3-1 defeat by Chelsea.

With the internet having its usual fun with Nigel Pearson's strange press conference quips about ostriches over the course of the week, it appears that the banter has been equally strong inside the Leicester City camp too.

Pearson hit the headlines midweek after he likened journalist Ian Baker to an ostrich having its head in the sand for asking a relatively straightforward and pertinent question.

 By Chris Wright

Former Arsenal player Frimpong celebrates big win on Mayweather

Like many people, former Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong made Saturday night's stellar boxing match between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao all that more interesting by having a bet.

Frimpong, currently of Russian side FC Ufa, slapped a considerable £50,000 on Mayweather to win, freely admitting on Twitter that he was gambling with his pension money.

This being Frimpong we're talking about, it should come as no surprise to anybody that the 23-year-old live-tweeted the whole thing, running...

Barcelona hit eight, Real Madrid keep pace - Five things learned from La Liga

The ESPN FC team continue their debate whether or not La Liga or the Premier League is the tougher league, following Barcelona's 8-0 win over Cordoba.

Five things from the weekend's La Liga action as the things hotted up at both the top and the bottom of the table.

1. Title watch

Barcelona won 8-0 at Cordoba on Saturday to remain two points clear atop the La Liga table with just three games to play, but Real Madrid's 3-2 win at Sevilla could yet prove the more significant result in the title race.

It was a minor surprise that Barca's game against the already doomed Cordoba was still scoreless past the 40 minute mark, but Ivan Rakitic and Luis...

Puebla and Leones Negros battling against Liga MX relegation

Leones Negros' coach Alfonso Sosa reacts after the game.

If the Liga MX was truly fair, it would be Morelia who would be relegated. La Monarquia have only won four league games since last summer and have been horrific in nearly all areas of the pitch. This season, every team must have been eager for an opportunity to take on a squad that had only won two matches in last year's Apertura.

Luckily for Morelia, the current relegation system in use for the Liga MX focuses not only on recent results, but ones that stretch back during the past three years, or...

Luis Suarez to score against Bayern? Real Madrid and Juventus to draw?

For the first time since leaving the Catalan giants, Bayern Munich head coach Pep Guardiola will face FC Barcelona in a competitive fixture.
Jean-Marie Pfaff believes that his former side Bayern Munich will succeed against Barcelona as manager Pep Guardiola prepares to return to the Camp Nou.

Suarez to give Barcelona lead

It's Champions League semifinal (first leg) week and two fabulous matches to get our teeth into. But with respect to Real Madrid and Juventus, it's the game at the Camp Nou which has everyone talking as Barcelona host Bayern Munich.

Not only are they two great sides but also, there's the Pep Guardiola effect. Guardiola is rightly revered as a legend in Barcelona for his time as a player and, most especially, as a manager there. He will have a plan for the Catalans and...

Pep Guardiola faces biggest challenge yet against former club Barcelona

The ESPN FC crew give their take on the SPI prediction that gives Barcelona a slight edge over Bayern Munich in the semifinals of the Champions League.

The wonder, and real key to the Champions League semifinal between Barcelona and Bayern Munich, is whether Pep Guardiola has by now found what he describes as the "flash of inspiration ... the moment that makes sense of my profession."

Because, by the time the Bayern coach returns to the luscious lights and 99,000 welcoming fans of the Camp Nou on Wednesday, Guardiola will hope to disappoint those same fans by drawing on what he has deduced from hours spent alone in a darkened room.

It is his preparation...