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Claudio Ranieri disagrees with Arsene Wenger on Prem points total

Claudio Ranieri believes Leicester are due to turn it around after a stretch of poor play, but face a tough Tottenham club.

Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri thinks fewer points will be needed to win the Premier League this season, thus disagreeing with Arsenal counterpart Arsene Wenger's prediction.

The Foxes defied odds of 5,000-1 to become champions of England last season, amassing 81 points to do so and finishing 10 points in front of Wenger's team.

Wenger, a Premier League winner with Arsenal three times but not since 2004, said at his club's recent Annual General Meeting that 86 points might be required to lift the...

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Mexico to bid for 2026 World Cup with or without U.S. - Decio de Maria

FIFA president Gianni Infantino explains the options available to create an expanded World Cup competition.
The ESPN FC crew discuss some of the potential pitfalls of an expanded FIFA World Cup.

Mexico's Football Federation president Decio de Maria has reaffirmed his country's desire to bid for the 2026 World Cup, whether with another country or alone.

De Maria, who was elected vice president of Mexico's Olympic Committee on Thursday, said that  the idea of Mexico co-hosting in a 2026 bid was received well by the federation's executive committee in their last meeting.

De Maria said that as far as he was concerned, the executive committee was sending a clear message.

"I don't know [whether...

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Sam Allardyce's interest in Wolves vacancy cooling - report

Sam Allardyce has been linked to replacing Walter Zenga as Wolverhampton boss.

Wolves would be interested in speaking to Sam Allardyce over their managerial vacancy but the former England boss is cool on the role, Press Association Sport has reported.

The 62-year-old is not looking to return to management until the New Year after his shock exit from the Football Association last month, according to the report.

Allardyce lasted just 67 days as Three Lions manager as he left after a Daily Telegraph investigation into corruption having managed just one game, September's...

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Jay Heaps to return as Revolution coach despite missing playoffs

A tense Eastern Conference match saw both teams end with 10 men, but with Chicago claiming all three points.
The Revolution failed to make the playoffs under Jay Heaps for the first time since 2012.

Jay Heaps will return as New England Revolution coach despite the team missing the playoffs, general manager Michael Burns has confirmed.

"We feel, collectively, we underachieved this year in a big way," Burns told reporters. "It's pretty disappointing when you have your goals and sights set and you underachieve. That's the best way and strongest way I can say it -- we underachieved."

Heaps, 40, played nine years for the Revolution before being named manager after the 2011 season.

He led the Revs...

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Geoff Cameron 'underestimated' at Stoke City - Mark Hughes

Pulisic strikes again! ESPN FC's Ross Dyer is back to fill you in on all the latest from American footballers abroad.

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes has admitted he can sometimes "underestimate" the value of utility man Geoff Cameron as the United States international faces a race to be fit for the match against Swansea on Monday.

A defender by trade, the 31-year-old has moved to partner Glenn Whelan in the defensive midfield to great affect. Since joining Stoke from the Houston Dynamo in 2012, Cameron has also played central-defence and right-back.

And Hughes hailed the American's sometimes overlooked impact on...

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David Moyes confident he still has backing of Sunderland owner Short

David Moyes explains why he believes there's less pressure on Sunderland compared to Arsenal.
Craig Burley explains what David Moyes needs to do if he hopes to still be at Sunderland when the transfer market opens.

Sunderland boss David Moyes is confident he still has the support of owner Ellis Short amid a desperately difficult start to his reign on Wearside.

Moyes heads into Saturday's clash with high-flying Arsenal still awaiting his first Premier League victory as manager and with some fans having already delivered a damning verdict on his tenure just nine games into the campaign.

There is little doubt that the 53-year-old Scot, who signed a four-year contract during the summer, inherited a difficult situation,...