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 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
8 hours ago

Real Madrid's self-inflicted issues, Man Utd's evolution, Barca's bright start

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno gives his take on which Madrid team is the best, Atletico Madrid or Real Madrid.

Saturday night at the Bernabeu was a study in contrast. Atletico manager Diego Simeone -- who was banned from the sideline -- paced around a skybox like some kind of caged, yet ecstatic, wild animal.

Meanwhile, Real Madrid's Carlo Ancelotti stood on the sideline with his usual hangdog expression and looked like those cartoon characters with a cloud above their head, following him around everywhere, liberally dispensing lightning and rain.

Atletico's 2-1 win marked the first time ever that they had...

 Posted by Steven Kelly
14 hours ago

Excitement builds as the Reds return to Europe's top table

Liverpool last won the Champions League in 2005 and return to Europe's premier competition this week after a five-year absence.

Even the older fans so often disgruntled by modern football's trappings and showbiz frippery will feel the hairs rise on the back of their necks when the Champions League theme blares out at Anfield again. It's been far too long.

- Gerrard: I envied Man Utd in Europe
- Usher: Rodgers must juggle Champions League

Traditionalists may still mutter to themselves and wait patiently for the real Anfield theme You'll Never Walk Alone to rise from the Kop and drown out UEFA's tune but deep down they'll...

 Posted by David Usher
1 day ago

Rodgers' early struggles in uncharted territory at Liverpool

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says it was a lack of quality not effort that was the main reason behind their surprise 1-0 loss to Aston Villa at Anfield.

When Brendan Rodgers brought in so many new faces over the summer, it wasn't a case of fixing something that wasn't broken. Liverpool's squad was so thin, and with the extra burden of Champions League fixtures, that every signing they made was a necessity.

I'm sure the idea was to bed most of the new players in slowly, introducing two or three into the starting XI initially and the others in dribs and drabs. The Capital One Cup and early Champions League group fixtures would have been ideal to give...

 Posted by Steven Kelly
2 days ago

Player Ratings: Old Balotelli fears rear their head

Aston Villa hang on to their early lead and defeat Liverpool at Anfield to rise to second in the Premier League table.

It was a bad day all round for Liverpool as Paul Lambert's uncanny grip on Anfield grew tighter, once again leaving Anfield relatively unscathed. Four visits as a manager and he has yet to taste defeat -- Aston Villa's 1-0 victory wasn't entirely deserved, but they were in such little trouble for much of this fixture that the Midlands side could not be begrudged their three points.

Frailty at set pieces once again cost Liverpool dear. Although he probably did deserve a rest, Raheem Sterling's hourlong...

Richard Jolly profile picture Posted by Richard Jolly
2 days ago

Liverpool's new arrivals are still trying to fit in

Aston Villa hang on to their early lead and defeat Liverpool at Anfield to rise to second in the Premier League table.

LIVERPOOL -- Part of the script suited Liverpool: a side deprived of their leading forward conjured victory at Anfield. Sadly for them, it was Aston Villa. Their start to the season has been so startling that the injured Christian Benteke can go almost unmentioned.

But when Liverpool fail to score, something that had only happened once in the previous 31 league games, and when they fail to draw a meaningful save from Brad Guzan, it is only natural that thoughts turn to absent finishers. This was...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
3 days ago

Xavi said no to Manchester United, Munir rumoured in Arsenal move

The ESPN FC panel continue their debate on who the all time best UEFA Champions League winning side is.

Just when you thought you were out, we pull you back in! Transfer Talk has caught its breath after a hectic final day of the summer window. But despite the fact there are more than three months until the opening of its January equivalent, the gossip won't abate and we'll bring you the juiciest morsels we can find!

Munir already on the move?

He may be just two matches into his Barcelona senior career, but Munir El Haddadi has already attracted Arsenal's attention. The Daily Star is reporting...