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Pep return won't distract Barcelona

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Barcelona won't be distracted by Guardiola return; too much at stake

The ESPN FC crew give their take on the SPI prediction that gives Barcelona a slight edge over Bayern Munich in the semifinals of the Champions League.

Pep Guardiola will be sitting on the wrong bench at the Camp Nou on Wednesday. Despite leaving his beloved Catalunya after only four seasons in charge and choosing to continue his professional career in Munich instead, Barcelona fans will never consider their former ball boy, captain and inspirational leader as an enemy.

Guardiola, born in Santpedor, is without a shadow of a doubt the club's best manager in over 115 years of history, the man who orchestrated the most attractive football the Camp...

Suarez and Messi team up to smash Cordoba

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson recaps Barcelona's 8-0 thrashing of bottom-side Cordoba.

Barcelona smashed Cordoba 8-0 on matchday 35 of La Liga, with Ivan Rakitic, Luis Suarez (hat trick), Lionel Messi (brace), Gerard Pique and Neymar scoring the goals for the Blaugrana, who enjoyed 76 percent of possession, created 27 goal-scoring chances and attempted 20 shots, 11 of them on target and one to the post.

Manager Luis Enrique's decision to field his strongest possible XI from the initial whistle made the match hugely one-sided, with the Blaugrana dominating from beginning to end....

Barcelona hit eight, Real Madrid keep pace - Five things learned from La Liga

The ESPN FC team continue their debate whether or not La Liga or the Premier League is the tougher league, following Barcelona's 8-0 win over Cordoba.

Five things from the weekend's La Liga action as the things hotted up at both the top and the bottom of the table.

1. Title watch

Barcelona won 8-0 at Cordoba on Saturday to remain two points clear atop the La Liga table with just three games to play, but Real Madrid's 3-2 win at Sevilla could yet prove the more significant result in the title race.

It was a minor surprise that Barca's game against the already doomed Cordoba was still scoreless past the 40-minute mark, but Ivan Rakitic and Luis...

Pep Guardiola faces biggest challenge yet against former club Barcelona

The ESPN FC crew give their take on the SPI prediction that gives Barcelona a slight edge over Bayern Munich in the semifinals of the Champions League.

The wonder, and real key to the Champions League semifinal between Barcelona and Bayern Munich, is whether Pep Guardiola has by now found what he describes as the "flash of inspiration ... the moment that makes sense of my profession."

Because, by the time the Bayern coach returns to the luscious lights and 99,000 welcoming fans of the Camp Nou on Wednesday, Guardiola will hope to disappoint those same fans by drawing on what he has deduced from hours spent alone in a darkened room.

It is his preparation...

Talking Points: Chelsea repeat, Liverpool-Man United, Serie A second

ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses Chelsea's title-clinching win over Crystal Palace and breaks down the keys along Chelsea's road to the title.

Football always inspires debate, and this weekend was no exception. Here are five burning questions on the ESPN FC radar.

Vote and comment below or on Twitter using the hashtag #FCtalkingpoints.

Despite being called "boring," "not great," and unattractive this week, Chelsea beat Crystal Palace 1-0 to secure the 2014-15 Premier League trophy. It's the eighth league title Mourinho has won during his managerial career.

Who will be crowned Premier League champions next season?

Though Chelsea have wrapped up the top spot, things got interesting over...

 By Lee Roden

Rakitic, Busquets and Iniesta providing perfect platform for Barcelona

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson recaps Barcelona's 8-0 thrashing of bottom-side Cordoba.

When Barcelona's strikers score six goals in one game it is easy to overlook what happened in the other lines of the pitch. But beyond the latest affirmation of their firepower up front, the Blaugrana's 8-0 win over Cordoba was another reminder of the estat de gracia -- state of grace, in Catalan -- that the midfield is currently experiencing.

Unlike the strikers, it has taken a while for them to reach optimum performance levels. The men in the middle arrived fashionably late to the party, initial...