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30 minutes ago

MLS W2W4: Sounders vs. Galaxy, round two

ESPN FC's Stuart Holden tells us what we should look out for in the MLS this weekend.

As the MLS season enters its final weekend, the Supporters' Shield is still up for grabs and the race to for Eastern Conference playoff spots is heating up quite nicely.

The rematch

Last weekend, the Seattle Sounders grabbed a precious 2-2 draw against the LA Galaxy to put itself in position to grab its first Supporters' Shield. On Saturday, in the season finale against L.A., the Sounders will try to finish the job. A draw will be sufficient to give Seattle its second trophy of the season.

At...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
43 minutes ago

#FCdebate: Real Madrid or Barcelona
-- who will win El Clasico?

Real Madrid? Barcelona? Draw? What do you think? Vote now!

The biggest game in club football is upon us. On Saturday, at noon ET (6 p.m. local time), the players of Real Madrid and Barcelona will step onto the Bernabeu pitch to compete in the 229th edition of el Clasico.

Both teams enter the game in prime form. Real Madrid have won five straight league games, scoring 25 goals in the process, while Barcelona have dropped just two points through eight games and have yet to concede a goal.

Who will win El Clasico?

And then there are the players ... Gareth Bale will miss the game...

about an hour ago

Concentration key for Arsenal in hunt for vital win at Sunderland

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said his side lacked creativity in their 2-1 comeback win in the Champions League against Anderlecht.

If the midweek positives for Arsenal came from the late, late win at Anderlecht and the fact they kept going to achieve it, there wasn't much in the preceding 89 minutes to take comfort from.

Once again they failed to click as a team, as they had failed to do in the second half against Hull. We've seen glimpses of how effective Arsenal might be this season -- away at Villa and at home to Galatasaray, for example. Indeed, the opening 20 minutes against Hull were hugely encouraging before they...

about an hour ago

Seattle Sounders proving their mettle in LA Galaxy showdown

ESPN FC's Stuart Holden and Paul Mariner discuss players' motivation for the MLS Supporters Shield and whether teams should focus more on the MLS Cup.

For years, the LA Galaxy has been the arsenic that spiked the MLS Cup elixir of the Seattle Sounders. Never mind the occasional regular-season triumph, or the two U.S. Open Cup quarterfinal victories. It always seemed that when the stakes were highest, it was the Galaxy who prevailed.

Which is why last Sunday's encounter between the two sides signaled a subtle shift in the battle for Western Conference -- and perhaps MLS -- supremacy. With the battle for the Supporters' Shield raging, there was...

about an hour ago

Manchester United-Chelsea reunites Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho

Louis van Gaal believes Manchester United can still win a Premier League title. The ESPN FC panel think otherwise.

When Britain's football writers held a gala dinner in honour of Jose Mourinho this year , Louis van Gaal stood up to pay a handsome tribute to the talent and loyalty of his old Barcelona sidekick.

At that stylish evening in a swanky London hotel, Van Gaal had only the Netherlands and the World Cup on his mind. Little did we know then that the two friends would soon be locking horns in an Old Trafford confrontation between Manchester United and Chelsea.

The only safe bet is that they will share a...

 By Tim Vickery
about an hour ago

Neymar thriving under the tutelage of Lionel Messi at Barcelona

Santi Solari gives his take on the partnership between Neymar and Lionel Messi.

Barcelona could unleash their all-South American forward line in Saturday's Clasico against Real Madrid -- Luis Suarez showed few signs of ring rust when he tuned out for Uruguay recently. The logic behind his signing would seem to lie in a recognition that, at the age of 27, Lionel Messi may be coming to the end of or even past his athletic peak. Rather than being the goal scorer, in the future his fabulous technical ability is likely to mean that he operates a little deeper, threading through...