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Wenger's successor may be in luck

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Griezmann, Costa, Mbappe and more to move in 2017 'summer of strikers'

Alejandro Moreno looks ahead to the summer transfer window, a time rumoured to see plenty of big names on the move.

Modern football can seem like a game of false nines and No. 10s, attacking midfielders and inverted wingers, but 2017 threatens to be the summer of the striker -- not so much on the pitch but in the transfer market.

Sometimes a window acquires a theme. January 2017 was defined by Chinese spending, the summer of 2016 was notable for Paul Pogba's world-record move to Manchester United, and those of 2009, 2013 and 2014 were significant for the footballing talent races between Real Madrid and Barcelona,...

 By Tony Evans

Ronnie Moran embodied "Mr. Liverpool" spirit with 50-year career

Ronnie Moran, who died Wednesday, was the embodiment of all that made Liverpool great.

Every great manager has a great coach or two working in the background. They don't earn the praise, but they are integral to a team's success.

Ronnie Moran was a central figure in Liverpool's glory years of the 1970s and '80s. Most Liverpool fans know about Bill Shankly, the great manager who rebuilt the club in the 1960s. They know about Bob Paisley, who won three European Cups and six league titles in seven years from the mid-70s. They know of Kenny Dalglish, the club's greatest player who...

Rooney to follow Schweinsteiger out at Manchester United; Fellaini should stay

Paul Mariner compares and contrasts Sir Alex Ferguson's and Jose Mourinho's styles, highlighting their defensive differences.
Paul Mariner compares and contrasts Sir Alex Ferguson's and Jose Mourinho's styles, highlighting their defensive differences.
Paul Mariner compares and contrasts Sir Alex Ferguson's and Jose Mourinho's styles, highlighting their defensive differences.
Paul Mariner compares and contrasts Sir Alex Ferguson's and Jose Mourinho's styles, highlighting their defensive differences.
Paul Mariner compares and contrasts Sir Alex Ferguson's and Jose Mourinho's styles, highlighting their defensive differences.

The only surprise when Bastian Schweinsteiger announced his transfer to MLS' Chicago Fire this week was that the decision to leave hadn't come earlier.

Jose Mourinho made it clear that the former Germany international had no place in his Manchester United squad, even if he did later renege on that, giving Schweinsteiger four appearances in cup competitions. Still, it would have made sense for him to leave in January with the others.

Following on from Memphis Depay and Morgan Schneiderlin, Schweinsteiger...

Ronnie Moran: Dalglish, Gerrard, Ferguson on Liverpool's 49-year man

Craig Burley and Mark Donaldson dissect three penalty incidents that went uncalled in Man City's 1-1 draw with Liverpool.
Take an exclusive behind-the-scenes look of Manchester City's clash with Liverpool from inside the tunnel at the Etihad.
Jurgen Klopp is highly satisfied with Liverpool's showing against Man City, and the expected nature of high-profile games.

Liverpool's long-serving legend Ronnie Moran passed away on Wednesday at the age of 83.

Liverpool-born Moran gave the Merseyside club nearly five decades of service -- first joining as a player at the age of 15 in 1949 then subsequently as physio, coach, assistant manager and caretaker boss before, ultimately, retiring in 1998.

The Reds won 13 league championships, four European Cups, two UEFA Cups, five FA Cups and five League Cups during Moran's 49 years at the club, and his impact at Anfield...

 By David Mooney

John Stones in firing line but deserves credit for leading Man City revival

Pep Guardiola insists he's delighted with the progress of John Stones despite the loads of criticism.

It's easy to get swept up in the accepted narrative surrounding John Stones at Manchester City. That he's unreliable; good for at least one mistake a game; and going to give the ball away trying to play Pep Guardiola's ridiculous possession football. Why won't the England defender just clear his lines, instead of rolling it back under pressure to his own goalkeeper when he's penned in by the corner flag?

However, since City's defence have begun to calm down in recent weeks, most of that is no longer...

Arsene Wenger goes stale but his Arsenal successor may yet benefit

ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Arsene Wenger would be arrogant to .
ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Arsene Wenger would be arrogant to .

It feels as if the Arsenal board are preparing the ground to announce a new contract for Arsene Wenger. 

Stories are emerging about the manager's desire to stay, along with reports of huge "war chests" and a summer transfer revolution. It's typically conservative stuff from a club that have become scared by a fear of the unknown.

The board are partly hoping to capitalise on the culture of fear that surrounds replacing the manager. The example of David Moyes succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson...