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Should Rodgers or Wenger be sacked?

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Hull City's season needs reigniting

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The future looks bleak for Thierry Henry and the Red Bulls

ESPN FC's Adrian Healey, Taylor Twellman, and Alexi Lalas take a look ahead to the second legs of the MLS Conference Finals.

The questions about Thierry Henry's future have taken many forms over the past few months -- both those posed directly to, and quickly deflected by, the player himself (or those around him), and other more-speculative questions about what a post-Henry Red Bulls might look like.

It's been a measure of Henry's influence and the part he has played in willing the Red Bulls into a compelling storyline thus far in the playoffs, that the latter questions have not tended to be posed in any detail.

Yet...

about an hour ago

Crisis Talk: Where do Liverpool and Arsenal go from here?

The ESPN FC team discuss Arsenal's defensive struggles in their 1-2 defeat to Manchester United, and whether or not Arsene Wenger will step aside as manager.

Both Liverpool and Arsenal's seasons plumbed new depths at the weekend as the crisis clubs lost more ground in the Premier League. For Liverpool, a 3-1 defeat at Crystal Palace was their fourth loss in a row in all competitions. Arsenal, meanwhile, lost 2-1 against Manchester United and this is their worst start to a season since 1982.

There were murmurs of "Wenger Out" among some sections of the Arsenal support on Saturday evening, while Liverpool fans must be wondering what is up with Brendan...

about an hour ago

U.S. men's national team 2014 report cards

ESPN FC's Adrian Healey, Taylor Twellman, and Alexi Lalas take a look at the United States men's national team's year as a whole following their recent defeats.

There is more than one lens to view 2014 for the U.S. national team. The side got out of a very difficult World Cup group, and won plenty of fans along the way. Yet stylistically the U.S. didn't veer too far from the approach of past sides, leaving one to wonder just how much progress has been made in the Jurgen Klinsmann era.

The same is true for the players. The extreme competition at the World Cup and elsewhere results in fluctuating form for more than a few performers. And as we saw in the...

 By Andy Mitten
about an hour ago

Key Man United players improve but Van Persie's struggles continue

Manchester United moved into fourth place with a 2-1 victory over Arsenal.

That was a surprise, wasn't it?

Saturday saw a first away win of the season for Manchester United at Arsenal, another team unaccustomed to life outside the top four. It brought sustained celebrations from travelling fans happy to remember "Oh what fun it is to see United win away".

It wasn't a classic performance -- and if we're to start picking holes we'll never stop -- but it didn't need to be. Arsenal had more chances but United had David De Gea. While the hosts peppered his goal, they also prodded...

2 hours ago

Betting Blog: Liverpool facing Ludogorets misery

Liverpool travel to Bulgaria to take on a Ludogorets side who are in fine form at home this season.

The Champions League action gets back underway this week, and there could be more trouble ahead for English clubs.

More woe in store for Liverpool

When things suddenly start going wrong in the football world, they tend to go very wrong, and Liverpool go to Bulgaria knowing that unless they beat Ludogorets they could be out of the Champions League with one round of the group stage still to go.

Four straight defeats in all competitions have left confidence at a low ebb at Anfield and there seems to...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
2 hours ago

Vote for the best of MLS in 2014

ESPN FC's Adrian Healey, Taylor Twellman, and Alexi Lalas take a look ahead to the second legs of the MLS Conference Finals.

With MLS Cup on the horizon, ESPN FC asked its writers to submit nominees for this year's end-of-season awards. We want to hear from you, so have a look at our writers' campaigns and vote in each category below.

Who is your MLS MVP?

Robbie Keane, LA Galaxy: A tough call given the outstanding seasons turned in by Seattle's Obafemi Martins, New York's Bradley Wright-Phillips and New England's Lee Nguyen, but my nod goes to Keane, whose overall production of 19 goals and 14 assists was simply a smidgen better than the...