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4 hours ago

Jerome Champagne to run for FIFA presidency against Sepp Blatter

FIFA executive Jerome Champagne has announced his candidacy for the presidency in 2015.

Frenchman Jerome Champagne has confirmed his intention to run for the FIFA presidency.

Champagne will challenge incumbent Sepp Blatter, who announced last week that he would definitely stand for a fifth term, a reversal of his previous insistence that he would stand down.

Champagne, 56, is a former diplomat who joined FIFA in 1999, serving as an executive for 11 years.

Since leaving the world governing body in 2010 he has advised various football federations and was football commissioner for the...

 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
16 hours ago

Time to end the Champions League vs. World Cup debate

The ESPN FC crew debate with Gabriele Marcotti over his recent article in which he debates that Champions League squads are superior to World Cup squads.

Maybe there was a time, years ago, when things were different. But no more.

If you want the very best teams in the world, the highest expression of the sport, you don't look to the World Cup. It's the Champions League that matters.

It's not a knock on the World Cup. There are, obviously, a whole range of emotions that the biggest sporting event in the universe (yes, it is -- sorry, IOC) engenders. There is nothing like it.

- Gerrard: I envied Chelsea, United during Liverpool's European drought
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 Posted by ESPN Staff
19 hours ago

Champions League vs. World Cup

The ESPN FC crew debate with Gabriele Marcotti over his recent article in which he debates that Champions League squads are superior to World Cup squads.

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 Posted by Michael Yokhin
2 days ago

Russia national team plan for 2018 World Cup potentially disastrous

FIFA president Sepp Blatter surprises Russian officials after revealing FIFA will discuss the possibility of reducing the number of stadiums to be used at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

If a Russian Football Union proposal comes about, Russia manager Fabio Capelli will have his squad playing a full season in the Russian Premier League ahead of the 2018 World Cup.

With the current leadership at FIFA and UEFA, there is no shortage of poor ideas, but it looks like the Russian Football Union is about to win the prize for the most bizarre and stupid proposition.

Speaking to Russian news agency ITAR-TASS this week, RFU general secretary Anatoly Vorobyov suggested that Russia's national team should play in the Russian Premier League for the entire 2017-18 season, in order to prepare for the World Cup on home soil. According to him, players would be loaned from...

 Posted by Nick Miller
3 days ago

Top Tenner: Memorable player debuts

Tommy Smyth gives his Premier League tips this week as he favours a Chelsea win over Swansea City, Balotelli to score first for Liverpool and the odds for the match between Arsenal and Manchester City.

Radamel Falcao looks set to make his debut for Manchester United this weekend, but which way will his bow go? Here are 10 memorable -- for different reasons -- debuts from down the years:

10. Fabrizio Ravanelli, Middlesbrough versus Liverpool, 1996

In 1996, Fabrizio Ravanelli scored as Juventus beat Ajax in the Champions League final. That he would shortly move to Middlesbrough seems absurd, but 'Boro were throwing around cash with abandon at the time, and, on the evidence of his debut, it looked...