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Busquets key for future midfield

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 By Sam Kelly

Kranevitter provides Argentina hope for the future in Bolivia hammering

Sergio Aguero netted twice as Argentina eased to a win.

Argentina's 7-0 trouncing of Bolivia on Friday night wasn't exactly thrill-a-minute, but there were still one or two instructive points to be taken from it.

If friendlies are for learning and experimenting, then perhaps too many of Argentina's in the last few years have been strolls in the park and while this one was far from an even match, it at least gave us one or two glimpses of what could be coming in the future for Gerardo Martino's team.

Lionel Messi being benched is, it's probably safe to...

 By Simon Kuper

Man City, Chelsea, PSG rejoice while Man United fall short in transfer window

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes breaks down the most notable signings of the Premier League during the 2015 summer transfer window, when the 20 clubs spent a record £870 million.

In our book "Soccernomics," my co-author, Stefan Szymanski, and I analyzed wisdom and madness on the transfer market. Here's how some of our rules apply to this summer's transfer window:

1. The high fees are perfectly rational. When players are sold for more than £50 million, the deals are often dismissed as crazy or obscene. Many people say the soccer economy has become a bubble, like the housing bubble that burst in the U.S. in 2007. But that's wrong. To the contrary, big clubs are finally...

Barcelona's Sergio Busquets holds the key to future midfield

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe explains Barcelona's transfer ban and their lack of depth because of that.

Sergio Busquets is one of the most underrated players in world football. Despite having played a key role in bringing 22 collective trophies to his teams, including three Champions Leagues for Barcelona and the World and European Cups for Spain, there is still an inexplicable number of fans out there who just consider him a slightly above-average footballer -- a player who just happens to be in the right place at the right time.

Nothing could be further from the truth. Although many suspected...

 By Rob Train

David De Gea failed Real Madrid move is due to Florentino Perez's ego

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has blamed the lack of experience at Manchester United as a key reason why he club didn't sign David De Gea.
 

Sometimes, you just have to stand back and admire Florentino Perez's arrogance. Not literally of course -- he's not Manchester United's manager Louis van Gaal after all -- but the Real president is apparently to be applauded for his handling of the David De Gea transfer.

Here was a player the club had been after all summer, denied to the Bernabeu because of a bureaucratic dropped ball at the 11th hour or just after the 12th, depending on who you believe. In any case, Perez excelled himself...

Esquivel, Aquino clear stars for Mexico, while many teammates struggle

Mexico came back from two goals down to draw Trinidad & Tobago 3-3 in an enthralling match.

Mexico's 3-3 draw against Trinidad & Tobago was undoubtedly a thrilling affair, but one that won't gain much fan confidence for El Tri interim manager Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti.

Ferretti's starting XI looked highly questionable in defense and struggled to find enough goals to secure the manager's first win. Although Ferretti has saved his best players for next week, things won't get any easier for El Tri's squad when they take on a star-studded Argentina this Tuesday.

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 By Tom Marshall

Mexico fail to impress in Ferretti debut against Trinidad and Tobago

Mexico came back from two goals down to draw Trinidad & Tobago 3-3 in an enthralling match.

SANDY, Utah -- Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti's first game in charge of the Mexico national team ended in a shaky 3-3 tie against Trinidad and Tobago on Friday in El Tri's first match since coach Miguel Herrera was fired.

Only a late equalizer from Hector Herrera saved the draw for Mexico, ahead of Tuesday's match against Argentina in Arlington, Texas. Both the friendlies are being used as preparation for the Confederations Cup playoff against the United States on Oct. 10.

Here are three takeaways...