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 By Jason Dasey

Time for Malaysia to ring in changes after World Cup qualifying shame

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson recap Malaysia's 10-goal loss to United Arab Emirates in 2018 World Cup qualifying.

Malaysian football hit a new low when the national team were trounced 10-0 by United Arab Emirates in a Group A World Cup qualifier on Thursday night.

The Malaysians have failed to win a game in 2015 and have conceded 16 goals in their last two matches, scoring none. They are bottom of Group A, below Timor-Leste on goal difference.

Here are five thoughts on what needs to be done to rescue the wounded Harimau Malaya:

1. Thank you Dollah and goodbye

Dollah Salleh did a fantastic job to guide Malaysia...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico in good hands with Alfredo Talavera or Moises Munoz in goal

Mexico head coach Ricardo Ferreti explains the reasoning behind his squad choices and believes the media have the right to criticise his selections.

SANDY, Utah -- One of Mexico's understudies in goal is set to come out of the shadows and into the limelight in the next six weeks.

After the friendlies against Trinidad and Tobago on Friday and Argentina on Sept. 8, either Alfredo Talavera or Moises Munoz will be selected by interim coach Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti to face the United States on Oct. 10 at the Rose Bowl for a place at the 2017 Confederations Cup.

Both Talavera and Munoz have waited patiently, without complaining, for so long for...

Brooks, Alvarado ready for second chance in defence versus Peru

The ESPN FC crew give their take on whether Tim Howard or Brad Guzan should start in goal against Mexico in the CONCACAF Cup.

WASHINGTON -- John Brooks and his center-back partner Ventura Alvarado took plenty of heat for their performances during the national team's disappointing slog to a fourth-place finish at the CONCACAF Gold Cup.

So while U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann defended his two talented 22-year-olds at every turn during the competition in July, the fact remains that Brooks' and Alvarado's status as starters in the heart of Klinsmann's defense is anything but certain heading into Friday's friendly against Peru....

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Anthony Martial fee gets bigger, Florentino Perez blasts Man United

The ESPN FC crew discuss how Manchester United should deal with David De Gea's situation for club and country.

As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest rumours and gossip -- even now that the window has closed. See all the summer deals right here.

TOP STORY: Martial money keeps going up

Manchester United made what some (everybody) would perceive to be a transfer deadline-day panic-buy with the £36 million acquisition of Monaco starlet Anthony Martial, but the real shock came when the French club revealed the eventual fee could rise as high as £57.6 million.


Mexico need return of Vela's form, strong midfield play against T&T

Mexico stars Andres Guardado and Raul Jimenez give their take on their first training session with interim coach Ricardo Ferretti.

Friday night will be Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti's first test in his interim role as Mexico's national team coach. The Brazilian has raised eyebrows with his roster selection and will have little time to prepare for the highly significant CONCACAF Cup match against the United States next month. Ferretti has just two friendlies to fine tune the squad before the playoff game, which will determine the CONCACAF representative at the 2017 Confederations Cup.

With plenty on the line, here are five things...

LA Galaxy, Portland Timbers benefit most in MLS over international break

Relive the best MLS skills of the month of August including fancy footwork, amazing flick-ons and great touches.

The decision by MLS to play through FIFA international fixture dates has historically had a significant impact on some teams but it was a virus with a fair amount of containment. The list of clubs affected was usually limited to those squads with U.S. internationals. Occasionally, like during World Cup qualifying, this obstacle included contributors who hailed from within CONCACAF or Africa.

Now, the likelihood of a club losing international players has increased considerably. More European players...