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WhoScored: Cesc driving Chelsea on

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West Ham looking to buck historical trend of Liverpool defeats

Sam Allardyce needs to overturn a poor historical run.

West Ham return to English TV screens for the second time in a week when they entertain Liverpool late on Saturday for what promises to be an enthralling encounter. It would be fascinating to discover if any club in English football has a worse record than that of the Hammers against Liverpool: considering the two teams have played each other fairly regularly over the last half-century, it's safe to assume that -- even if it's not actually the worst -- the Irons' appalling results against the men...

 Posted by Raphael Honigstein
21 minutes ago

Bayern's late win eases the Champions League pressure on Pep Guardiola

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol recaps Bayern Munich's performance against Manchester City.

"These are ball nights for Pep Guardiola," Bayern Munich's chairman of the board, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, said after the game. "He's wearing his dinner jacket and he wants to win."

In truth, the Catalan coach sported grey trousers and a jumper for the occasion but it was easy to understand what Rummenigge meant by looking at Guardiola's hyper-nervous demeanour on the sideline on Wednesday night. (He even mishit a pass back to Manuel Neuer after the ball had gone out of play.)

The 43-year-old wanted...

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Pass master Cesc Fabregas driving Chelsea on to greater things

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says he is not surprised by the way Cesc Fabregas has adapted in his return to the EPL.

He may have been overshadowed a little by the goal-scoring exploits of compatriot Diego Costa -- for which he has played a significant role -- but Cesc Fabregas has been the central figure to Chelsea's success thus far.

The Spaniard opened his account for the club in the Blues' 1-1 draw with Schalke in their Champions League opener, and was certainly in the thick of the action once again. Fortunate to get away with a what appeared to be a foul in the build-up to his early goal, Fabregas should have...

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Kwesi Appiah sacking by Ghana shows need for Africa to support its managers

Kwesi Appiah hopes to guide Ghana to a third straight win over the United States.
The World Cup was a disaster, but once Kwesi Appiah survived that he should have been given more time.

Kwesi Appiah's tenure as Ghana coach actually ended on June 26. That morning, the day of Ghana's decisive World Cup match against Portugal, Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari were suspended from the squad for ill-discipline. Boateng was suspended over claims he insulted Appiah, while Muntari allegedly attacked a member of the organisation. Whatever happened, it was clear that Appiah was not as in control as a coach should be.

Ghana had been dealing with infighting, player protests over bonuses...

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Man Utd fan gets tattoo of Sir Alex with small but crucial spelling error

Feeling the need to pay tribute to Sir Alex Ferguson's remarkable, nay peerless reign at his beloved club, this Manchester United fan went all out and got a tattoo to commemorate the Scottish overlord's trophy-laden 27-year tenure at Old Trafford.

Sadly, before taking the plunge and committing to his indelible Fergie tribute, the fan in question obviously forgot to run the spelling by anybody first. Oops.

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Coritiba striker suffers celebration fall after leaping advertising boards

Coritiba striker Joel was on fire in the Brazilian Campeonato on Wednesday night, scoring two goals in his side's 3-1 victory over Sau Paolo.

However, Joel's prosperous evening very nearly came to a premature conclusion after he rounded the Sao Paulo 'keeper to score his second of the evening when the Cameroon forward leaped over the advertising boards to celebrate with his adoring fans.

Ignoring the warnings from the club officials stationed behind the goal, Joel hopped the hoardings while making...