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Manager Watch: Mourinho vs. Guardiola

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 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 on how his first conversation with God could go.

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

 By Rob Train

Real Madrid ready to test their sparking form vs. Athletic Bilbao

Real Madrid's attack is impressing ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno, despite Cristiano Ronaldo's struggles early in the season.
After signing a new contract with Real Madrid, Luka Modric says it's time he finally wins La Liga with the club.

Real Madrid host Athletic Bilbao in the Bernabeu on Sunday in a match that will truly test the mettle of Zinedine Zidane's Plan B in the absence of injured key players Sergio Ramos, Casemiro and Luka Modric.

Victory at Real Betis set Zidane's side back on track in La Liga after three consecutive draws, but Gus Poyet's Betis side were more than accommodating hosts, and the Uruguayan still hasn't come to grips with his side's obvious defensive frailty, calling into question his choice to mirror...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Speedy dog interrupts San Lorenzo game in Argentina

A dog made its way onto the pitch to briefly interrupt a quarter-final match between San Lorenzo and Palestino.

Anfield Cat, beware!

Just a few days after yet another cat found its way onto the pitch at Liverpool, Argentina club San Lorenzo had their own match interrupted by a dog on Thursday night.

The friendly pooch scampered around the pitch for a little while in the 59th minute of the Copa Sudamericana clash against Palestino.

He showed plenty of pace on the wing, but sadly was not on the approved substitutes' list and was not allowed to stay on.

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A Barcelona move for Pulisic would make sense for the club, not the player

Tim Howard praises Christian Pulisic and explains why he and Brad Guzan are not worried about who starts for the U.S.

A Mundo Deportivo report linking Borussia Dortmund and United States teenager Christian Pulisic with Barcelona has drawn plenty of attention but, while the interests of the Liga giants are understandable and in-keeping the club's policy to sign promising young players, the move does not make as much sense for Pulisic himself.

Barcelona's view

With prices in the transfer market escalating, the Blaugrana made an active decision to pursue players based on potential rather than to go after the game's...

Jordan Morris, Seattle's youth have the Sounders on the verge of the playoffs

Jurgen Klinsmann talks about the pressures put upon Jordan Morris and Jozy Altidore ahead of his side's WC qualifiers.

At the end of the 2015 campaign, the Seattle Sounders looked like a stock car that had been run into the wall one too many times. It was still able to get around the track most days, but the breakdowns due to wear and tear were happening too often.

By the time FC Dallas dispatched Seattle on penalties in the Western Conference semifinals last November, the Sounders were running out of bodies. Leo Gonzalez, Brad Evans and Ozzie Alonso were out injured. Marco Pappa and Nelson Valdez were less than...