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Manager Watch: Mourinho vs. Guardiola

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 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus, Milan meet with something on the line for the first time in years

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has described how impressed he is with Vincenzo Montella's AC Milan side.

In between the clouds of animosity, the memories of Sulley Muntari's ghost goal and the many controversies, AC Milan and Juventus share a certain respect for one another as adversaries. While the Rossoneri took Europe by storm, creating revolutionary sides and beautiful football, Juventus taught us discipline and unity, winning all there was to win domestically.

On Saturday evening, the two will face off and for the first time in many years, this will be a genuine challenge between two sides vying...

Gareth Bale slow playing Real Madrid talks; Manchester clubs eye Fabinho

Real Madrid's attack is impressing ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno, despite Cristiano Ronaldo's struggles early in the season.

The transfer window might be shut, but don't think the wheeling and dealing won't continue! Check out all the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Bale willing to wait for new deal

Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale is in no rush to pen a new contract at the Santiago Bernabeu, with the Mirror reporting that the Welsh wizard is prepared to wait for the best possible deal.

The 27-year-old has completely adapted to life in Spain but will hold off signing just yet, given his key bargaining chip with Madrid...

Chelsea fans won't let Jose Mourinho's return overshadow the game

What tactics will Manchester United use to beat Chelsea away at Stamford Bridge?
The ESPN FC crew have little faith in Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte sending their squads out to attack on Sunday.

The last time Jose Mourinho came to Stamford Bridge as the away manager, there was a telling exchange in the stands near the press box. With his Inter Milan side leading, one Chelsea supporter turned on his then-manager Carlo Ancelotti and urged him in colourful language to look along the touchline if he wanted to see what a proper football manager looked like. But if he had been hoping to strike a chord with his fellow fans, he was much mistaken. A number of Chelsea supporters turned on him and...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's competition for places heating up ahead of clash vs. U.S.

ESPN FC's Ciro Procuna delivers the inaugural edition of Mexicans abroad, with Memo Ochoa and Javier Hernandez in the spotlight.

One of the central tenets of Juan Carlos Osorio's philosophy is fostering as much competition for places as possible for a spot in the Mexican national team. And exactly three weeks out from the Nov. 11 World Cup qualifying match against the United States in Columbus, Ohio -- a location El Tri has lost 2-0 on each visit -- the Colombian will be quietly optimistic with what he has seen of late.

Players like Andres Guardado, Jonathan dos Santos and Raul Jimenez have returned from injury, while Marco...

 By Nayib Moran

Liga MX W2W4: Can Antonio Mohamed's Monterrey halt Toluca?

Fernando Uribe got the goal at the end of a smart attack by Toluca as they defeated Puebla in Copa MX.
Antonio Mohamed and Monterrey aren't in top form but are well-placed to halt Toluca's charge.

With another hectic Liga MX weekend ahead, Nayib Moran runs through the storylines you need to know before kick-off.

This week's games to watch will take place in Monterrey, Guadalajara and Mexico City. All of the teams involved are directly immersed in the playoff hunt. Chivas-Pachuca or Tigres-Pumas could be regarded as the game of Week 14.

Toluca visit anxious Monterrey

After a rocky start that included two losses and a draw to start the 2016 Apertura, Toluca has only lost once in its last...

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Arsene Wenger knows exactly what he would say upon meeting God

Arsene Wenger explains how he survives in 'the jungle' that is management.

Arsene Wenger has previously shared his thoughts about how his first conversation with God could go.

However, the Arsenal manager never had an answer if he were asked what he did during his life outside football.

But on the day before he turns 67, Wenger reflected on his life and 20-year career and revealed that he now has a pretty good idea of how he would respond.

Wenger told reporters: "I've said if God exists and one day I will go up there, he will ask me, 'Do you want to come in here?'