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Manager Watch: Mourinho vs. Guardiola

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Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool have most to do before the window closes

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Mark Donaldson tap into Liverpool's defensive woes and transfer market conundrums.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner says Arsenal's issues do not revolve around new defender Rob Holding, but rather their lack of strikers.

With one week left in the transfer window, all of the Premier League's main contenders have some way to go if they are to meet the targets they set out the start of the summer. So where do they stand now? Who is closest to completing their business?

Arsenal

What they still need: A centre-half, a striker
Where they stand: Very still and with a lot of emotion and pressure on them from all angles. The club have long known that they need a centre-half and a striker, and also known for quite some time...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

London, Liverpool and Manchester as greatest sporting city?

Becky Ives heads up to Leicester to discover why Leicester was voted as the greatest sporting city in the UK.
Layla Anna-Lee takes a closer look as to why Blackpool finished bottom of ESPN's sporting cities poll for the second year running.

As part of ESPN's look at the greatest sporting city in 2016, our club correspondents state their case for why their city rules.

Iain Macintosh puts his case forward for Leicester while London, Liverpool and Manchester all have claims too. Which city are you backing?

London

London is the capital of British sports, and not just in name. The vast multitude of options available when it comes to teams, venues and different sports makes the city one of the best in the world -- not just Britain --...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Gareth Bale nets brace as Real Madrid start La Liga with win

ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik recaps Real Madrid's victory over Real Sociedad in absence of Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema.

Here are the latest stories for Monday.

REAL MADRIDZinedine Zidane hailed Real Madrid's two-goal hero Gareth Bale after their 3-0 win away to Real Sociedad as the Frenchman admitted this could be "an important year'' for the Welshman.

LA LIGAAtletico Madrid dropped two points in extraordinary fashion after conceding a stoppage-time equaliser to Alaves in a 1-1 draw having only gone in front two minutes earlier.

BARCELONANeymar will miss Barcelona's game with Athletic Bilbao...

 By David Mooney

Manchester City making big strides under Pep Guardiola already

ESPN FC's Craig Burley looks back at Manchester City's win at Stoke.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley looks back at Manchester City's win at Stoke.

Few football teams go to Stoke City's Bet365 Stadium and survive for 90 minutes without finding themselves under pressure. Although the Potters don't play with a rough-and-tumble style quite like they used to, they remain formidably strong at home and certainly are not shy of a strong tackle or two.

In Saturday's 4-1 win, Manchester City not only dealt with the home side's approach but also never let the hostile atmosphere get on top of them when it threatened to early in the second half. It's no...

Raheem Sterling, Zlatan Ibrahimovic impress in Manchester; Liverpool poor

The FC panels discuss Zlatan Ibrahimovic's impact on Man United thus far, and if he's already meeting expectations or not.

Iain Macintosh casts his eye over the best and worst of the action from the Premier League this weekend.

HEROES

Behold the 100 percent club. The greatest managers in Europe, perched at the top of the Premier League, bound together by their own perfection. Their names will echo throughout history. Pep Guardiola. Jose Mourinho. Antonio Conte and ... Mike Phelan. The Hull City caretaker manager -- and surely he'll be given the job for real soon -- has won more games in the first seven days of the season...

 By Simon Curtis

John Stones and Raheem Sterling impress as Man City thrash Stoke

Sergio Aguero and Nolito each bagged a brace but a dubious penalty committed by Raheem Sterling denied City the clean sheet.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley laments the penalty decisions made in Manchester City's blowout win against Stoke.
Pep Guardiola praises Manchester City's mentality after his side's dominant victory over Stoke City.

Pep Guardiola's searing start as Manchester City manager gained further legs with a convincing 4-1 win over traditionally tricky opponents Stoke at the bet365 Stadium on Saturday.

After a first half of sizzling one-touch passing and two Sergio Aguero goals, the second brought a strange penalty, converted by Bojan, that seemed to stop City in their tracks at 2-1. The late arrival of Kelechi Iheanacho for Aguero brought about two more goals, this time for Nolito, to take City to the top of the table...