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Emmanuel Petit backs former club Arsenal to win Premier League title

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Alexis Nunes break down the news that Arsenal's Theo Walcott and Santi Cazorla have signed new long term deals with the club.

Arsenal legend Emmanuel Petit has backed his former club to land this season's Premier League title with the help of "fantastic" signing Petr Cech.

The ex-France International, who helped the Gunners to a league and FA Cup double in 1998, made the prediction during a visit to Singapore where he hosted a football workshop for local children.

Petit was an integral part of Arsene Wenger's revolution that saw the London club adopt a sleek passing game which won them three Premier League titles and six...

 By Kelvin Leong

Fandi tells LionsXII to stop Felda's Zah Rahan in MSL showdown

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson preview round 16 of the Malaysia Super League.

Fandi Ahmad has singled out Liberian playmaker Zah Rahan Krangar as the man who could derail LionsXII's hopes of extending their unbeaten home run when they host Felda United at the Jalan Besar Stadium on Sunday night.

The Singapore outfit will resume their Malaysian Super League (MSL) duties this weekend, hoping to move up the standings to secure their place in this season's Malaysia Cup. LionsXII are sixth and the top eight MSL teams will book a place in the prestigious competition. Felda are in...

 By PA Sport

Manchester United unveil new Adidas 2015-16 home kit in £750 million deal

The ESPN FC crew discuss the possibility of Manchester United letting De Gea leave after the 2015 season on a free transfer.

Manchester United have unveiled their new Adidas home kit and it is reminiscent of their shirts of the 1980s.

It is the first strip made by the German sportswear manufacturer since they signed a 10-year partnership with the Premier League giants last summer, taking over from Nike.

The shirt costs £60 from the club's official online megastore on Saturday, with a kids' shirt priced at £50. A baby kit is £35.

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Luis Suarez calls good friend Steven Gerrard's slip vs. Chelsea 'destiny'

In an exclusive interview, Barcelona's Luis Suarez reveals how important Steven Gerrard has been in his career.
In an exclusive interview, Barcelona and Uruguay striker Luis Suarez explains how difficult South American qualifiers are and says Uruguay misses veteran players like Diego Forlan.

Former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez believes Steven Gerrard's slip against Chelsea which effectively cost the Reds the 2014 Premier League title was "destiny," but says he would never have been at Anfield that season if not for his relationship with the former captain.

Gerrard's midfield stumble allowed Demba Ba's opener in a critical 2-0 home loss to Chelsea in April 2014, damaging Liverpool's hopes for a first league crown in 24 years.

In an exclusive interview with ESPN FC, Suarez, who scored...

 By Kevin Palmer

Mario Balotelli welcome to sign for Qatar's Al-Arabi, says Gianfranco Zola

Gabriele Marcotti believes the Liverpool striker isn't just content to sit on the bench and collect a check, but the ESPN FC crew isn't buying it.

Mario Balotelli has been offered an unusual route out of Liverpool, after Al-Arabi head coach Gianfranco Zola suggested he would welcome him to his club in Qatar.

Balotelli faces an uncertain future at Liverpool after he was left out of the squad for their preseason tour and was then left out of both of their final two preseason matches.

While rumours have linked Balotelli with a move back to Italy, former Chelsea star Zola has suggested a spell in the Qatari league may give both the Liverpool...

Ex-Mexico coach Miguel Herrera investigated for political tweets

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Alejandro Moreno discuss the recent dismissal of Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera, and what that means for the national team.

MEXICO CITY -- The trouble isn't over for fired Mexico national football team coach Miguel Herrera.

He is now under investigation for possible violations of electoral laws for politically oriented tweets sent the day of June 7 midterm elections, authorities said Friday.

The notoriously exuberant Herrera was dismissed as coach on Tuesday following a television reporter's claim that Herrera punched him at a U.S. airport. The reporter, like many fans, had criticized the Mexico squad's lackluster performance.