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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League TV deal means no winter break before 2019 - FA chief

Sam Allardyce says he was never given the chance to win trophies at a big club, but defends his managerial achievements.
Sam Allardyce says he is the right fit for the England job because of his experience and man management skills.
New England manager Sam Allardyce says he is touched by the support he's been given since taking charge.
Sam Allardyce refused to confirm whether Wayne Rooney would remain as England captain during World Cup qualifying.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop wonders who will lead England should Sam Allardyce not choose Wayne Rooney as captain.

Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn is optimistic that English football can introduce a winter break but said it cannot be introduced until the Premier League TV deal expires in 2019.

There have been calls for many years for English football to follow in the footsteps of nations including Germany and Spain in providing clubs with a rest period in mid-season.

Many have suggested that England are at a disadvantage at major international tournaments due to fatigue as players face a 38-game...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Liverpool can do something great this year - Jordan Henderson

The ESPN FC panel look at Liverpool's signings in the summer transfer window and what it means for Liverpool's EPL season.

Liverpool's England international midfielder Jordan Henderson reckons his team "can definitely do something great" with the help of his new teammates.

The Reds have been busy in the summer transfer window, bringing in Joel Matip, Ragnar Klavan, and Loris Karius, along with big-money signings Saido Mane (£34 million) and Georginio Wijnaldum (£23m) from Southampton and Newcastle United respectively.

Manager Jurgen Klopp will be hoping that the new signings can help Liverpool go one better,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Danny Ings keen to battle Liverpool big-money signings for game time

The ESPN FC panel look at Liverpool's signings in the summer transfer window and what it means for Liverpool's EPL season.

Liverpool striker Danny Ings does not feel added pressure despite the club's big-money summer signings to bolster their attacking options.

Manager Jurgen Klopp brought in Southampton forward Saido Mane for £34 million and added Newcastle United midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum for £23m last week.

Both players are expected to slot straight into the starting lineup, which leaves Ings with even more to do, to get game time after spending much of last season on the sidelines.

He ended his the...

Everton new man Steve Walsh could be the transfer coup of the season

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether or not John Stones will live up to his potential in the upcoming season.
Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri can hardly wait for the upcoming season as his side prepare to defend their Premier League crown.
Despite speculation of a transfer, Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri insists Riyad Mahrez is staying with the club.
Leicester City captain Wes Morgan discusses the departure of N'Golo Kante and speculation surrounding others at the club.

Perhaps it was the moment when sport's number crunchers became fashionable. It was dramatised on the silver screen, with a data geek portrayed by Brad Pitt and the actor Arliss Howard looking uncannily like John W Henry as he passed him a note, containing a number: $12.5 million, a record salary for a baseball general manager.

On film, as in real life, Billy Beane spurned the offer, rejecting the Boston Red Sox to remain with baseball's Oakland A's. Fourteen years later, football's answer to Beane...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Claudio Ranieri expects more Leicester losses in 2016-17: 'It's normal'

Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri can hardly wait for the upcoming season as his side prepare to defend their Premier League crown.

Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri says he's curious to see how his side responds next season, and has predicted more losses for the Foxes in 2016-17.

Ranieri's men improbably won the Premier League last season despite 5,000-1 preseason odds. The title means they also qualified for the Champions League, which will add more difficult games to the schedule.

And speaking exclusively to ESPN FC on Monday, the Italian boss says he's eager to see how his defending champs will respond to the challenges...