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Ronaldinho's social media savvy

Liga MX

Grading Mexico's Euro-based players


John Stones stars amid Everton's disappointing season

Everton head coach Roberto Martinez discusses his team's tenth-place finish in the Premier League and believes their European fixtures prevented them from finishing higher.
The ESPN FC team talk about a few top Premier League players, where Shaka Hislop ranks Lukaku higher than Berahino and Welbeck.

Ending in the same manner in which it began, with a string of underwhelming results and concerning performances, this has been a season to forget for Everton and manager Roberto Martinez.

Errors, both individual and tactical, hindered a squad that was unable to replicate the highs of a fifth-place finish in Martinez's debut season, while a constant stream of injuries confirmed pre-season doubts that the squad lacked sufficient depth.

Player ratings (1-10; 10=best. Players with fewer than 10 appearances...

 By Tom Marshall

Unlikely hero Bornstein ready for title push with Ronaldinho and Queretaro

ESPN FC's John Sutcliffe weighs in on whether or not Queretaro has a chance of winning their first Liga MX title with Ronaldinho.

Queretaro's Ronaldinho did not exactly cover himself in glory in the Liga MX Clausura semifinal against Pachuca. The Brazilian exited the stadium with the first leg still going on, after being substituted out before halftime, and didn't get on the field in the return leg. But after the final whistle was over and Queretaro had made the final, he did have some kind words and actions for his teammate Jonathan Bornstein that the American will never forget.

The 30-year-old Torrance, Calif. native had...

 By Peter Thorne

Why pragmatic Sam Allardyce never quite fit at romantic West Ham

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth reacts to the news of West Ham United parting ways with head coach Sam Allardyce.

In what seems to be an agreed separation, Sam Allardyce leaves West Ham in a healthier state than when he arrived. Things may not be as most Hammers fans would want, but this situation is probably the best that could be hoped for in the circumstances.

The announcement that Allardyce won't be looking for a new managerial role in the short-term suggests that he needs to recharge his batteries after another torrid season at the Boleyn Ground. There are strong rumours that the owners were fully aware...

Ronaldinho's unique ability to connect via social media

ESPN FC's John Sutcliffe weighs in on whether or not Queretaro has a chance of winning their first Liga MX title with Ronaldinho.

Brazilian legend Ronaldinho Gaucho may be relatively new to leagues with a playoff system like Liga MX, but he has embraced the opportunity for a trophy in his manner wholeheartedly.

Yet in the unofficial competition for hearts and minds, Ronaldinho has also used the avenues of social media to get Queretaro fans onside before the big final showdown against Santos Laguna.

While Ronaldinho can't be considered a complete bust during his time at Queretaro thus far, he hasn't delivered in the way...

FIFA's ugly game

U.S. Chief of Criminal Investigation Richard Weber and FBI Director James B. Comey detail the ways in which FIFA officials transferred bribes totaling over $151 million in exchange for votes and other kickbacks.
Sepp Blatter sits at the head of the table at FIFA, world football's organising body.

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SEPP BLATTER IS not just FIFA's president. He is its Sun King, answering to no one and deciding who will bask in the warm rays of soccer's governing body. Blatter is 79 and has now presided over FIFA for 17 years, the third-longest tenure in the body's 100-plus-year history. His watch has been marked by a series of scandals, most recently the ones embroiling the impending World Cups...

 By Mark Worrall

Kurt Zouma the rock that Chelsea's future success is built on

A look back at the 2014-15 Premier League title race as Chelsea won at a canter.

Unsurprisingly, it was Jose Mourinho who hogged the limelight following Chelsea's end-of-season awards dinner which took place on Tuesday night.

Aided by a graphical presentation, Mourinho mocked Chelsea's Premier League rivals and in doing so, he got his digs in very early ahead of the 2015-16 season.

He will be planning ahead. With both Manchester clubs and Arsenal set to provide a sterner challenge on the domestic front and a serious assault on the Champions League to be mounted, Mourinho certainly...