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 By Sid Lowe

Recreativo Huelva's anniversary celebration has British and Irish roots

Barcelona helped to commemorate Recreativo Huelva's 125th anniversary in the summer.

Editor's note: This article has been adapted from a speech about the origins of football in Spain, given by the writer in Spanish on July 18, 2014.

Like any good story, this one starts in the pub. Football was born officially in the Freemason's Arms, near Covent Garden in London, in October 1863. It was there that "The Rules and Regulations of the Game" were written and from there that football took over the world, Spain included. They call bullfighting the "fiesta nacional," but Spain's true fiesta...

For different reasons, Liverpool and Arsenal aren't meeting expectations

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth gives his betting odds for Arsenal and Liverpool, where he explains the best option would be to side with the Gunners.
Raheem Sterling, left, is managing the Prem pressure fairly well, Alexis Sanchez is thriving. Both players' teams, though, are not living up to expectations.

While Arsene Wenger was at least occasionally joking in his Friday news conference, Brendan Rodgers seemed genuinely abrasive. Gone was the charm so often associated with the Liverpool manager, so too the long descriptive lines about his team's style of play.

Rodgers was abrupt, to the point and occasionally on the attack. He was also defensive of some of his players, particularly Raheem Sterling and Mario Balotelli.

In other words, Rodgers was everything off the pitch that his team need to...

 By Nick Miller

Five questions in advance of Liverpool vs. Arsenal

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says his side's Premier League game against Liverpool is a chance to continue their recent good form while praising Thierry Henry following the Frenchman's retirement.

Nick Miller looks at five key talking points regarding Sunday's clash between Liverpool and Arsenal at Anfield.

1. Will pressure actually help Raheem Sterling?

All the warnings about Raheem Sterling this season seem to have centred on his heavy workload and even heavier weight of expectation, with concerns that such pressure would burn out one of the brightest hopes of English football before he could really start. While it's true that Brendan Rodgers doesn't seem to have managed Sterling's workload...

 By Mark Lovell

Player Ratings: Manuel Neuer human, Arjen Robben redeemer for Bayern

Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola admitted his side were lucky after Arjen Robben's late goal at Mainz ensured they ended the year with a victory.

Bayern Munich stretched their lead at the top of the Bundesliga table to 14 points with a last-ditch 2-1 away win in Mainz.

Mainz had the temerity to take the lead but a decimated, yet the defiant Bayern side fought back to seal an eight straight league success.

Bastian Schweinsteiger equalised with a sweet free kick immediately after the Reds went behind midway through the first half.

Just as the game seemed to be drifting to a draw, man-of-the-moment Arjen Robben popped up with a last minute...

Tottenham, Liverpool vie for Napoli's Gonzalo Higuain, Joe Hart a City man

Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart has signed a new five-year contract at Manchester City.

Some people think the festive season is about counting down December's days until Christmas morning, but we all know the real fun begins on Jan. 1 -- keep connected with all the build-up with Transfer Talk...

Higuain may be on for Prem switch

Two teams in desperate need of a striker are Liverpool and Tottenham, which is just peachy for Gonzalo Higuain -- Daily Express reports that the Argentina international is unhappy at Napoli, and could consider a move to the Premier League.

The emergence...

Borussia Dortmund can end 2014 on a high against Werder Bremen

Borussia Dortmund head coach Jurgen Klopp says his days at the Signal Iduna Park are not over yet.

It's the last game of 2014 for Borussia Dortmund, and for once everyone at the club is happy about the winter break. But before the joys of the holidays and a sunny training camp in Spain, they must travel to Werder Bremen on Saturday for what Germans refer to as the cellar duel. Rock-bottom Bremen against 16th-placed Dortmund is, more than anything, a relegation scrap.

For BVB it's the last opportunity to prove they still have the capability of winning on the road, as their last and only away win...