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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Liverpool's defence was 'shocking' in loss to Leicester - Jamie Carragher

In their first game since sacking Claudio Ranieri, Leicester claim an important win amid their fight against relegation.
In their first game since sacking Claudio Ranieri, Leicester claim an important win amid their fight against relegation.
Stevie Nicol lashes out at Liverpool's abysmal showing against Leicester and their entire 'feast or famine' mentality.

Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has told Sky Sports that the club's defence was "shocking" against Leicester City and he feels manager Jurgen Klopp has "too much faith in certain players."

Liverpool suffered a 3-1 loss to Leicester on Monday night, in the Premier League champions' first game since the sacking of Claudio Ranieri last week.

A brace from Jamie Vardy and a superb strike from Danny Drinkwater condemned Liverpool to their fifth top-flight loss of the season, with the Reds, who...

Alex Wilkinson targets A-League defensive record with Sydney FC

Sydney FC defender Alex Wilkinson
Alex Wilkinson has been a key player for Sydney FC this season.

Graham Arnold's definition of becoming the greatest team in A-League history is whether Sydney FC can eclipse the points' record for a single season.

Defender Alex Wilkinson's is somewhat more specific.

Because, of all the statistical barometers of being the best -- and the Sky Blues are on their way to claiming several more -- Wilkinson is in the business of stopping goals.

It's no surprise, then, that he's targeting the record for least conceded goals in a season.

The league leaders are set to...

No guaranteed spots for Wellington Phoenix's returning trio in A-League

Wellington Phoenix defender Ryan Lowry
Ryan Lowry is one of three players who were left out of last weekend's game against the Brisbane Roar.

There are no guarantees for the Wellington Phoenix's returning trio of suspended players ahead of Saturday's A-League match against Perth Glory in Auckland.

Midfielder Roly Bonevacia and defenders Tom Doyle and Ryan Lowry missed last week's away game against the Brisbane Roar as punishment for breaching team protocols. But with the Phoenix scoring an upset 2-1 win over the Roar in their absence, co-coaches Des Buckingham and Chris Greenacre face some interesting choices in their team selection...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Geylang rue missed chances in S.League defeat to Hougang

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts break down the Singapore stars playing overseas in the second divisions.
Geylang International
Geylang International put up a spirited showing, despite losing their S.League opener.

Geylang International coach Hasrin Jailani urged his players to stay positive, despite suffering an opening 2-0 defeat to Hougang United in the S.League on Monday night.

Hougang scored through Japanese playmaker Fumiya Kogure midway through the first half, before substitute Iqbal Hussain secured the three points with a late goal at Hougang Stadium.

But Hasrin says that his side more than matched the home side for clear-cut chances, and probably deserved a draw.

"It was a tough game for us. Honestly...

Matildas upbeat despite Chloe Logarzo absence in Portugal

Australia's Chloe Logarzo
Matildas will be without Chloe Logarzo for the Algarve Cup in Portugal.

The Matildas will have to contest the Algarve Cup without Chloe Logarzo after the midfielder suffered a setback in her recovery from ankle surgery.

Logarzo travelled to Portugal last week ready to play with the Australian women's team for the first time since their Rio Olympics quarterfinal run last August.

But the 22-year-old, who missed the W-League season with Newcastle, has since developed bone bruising that will delay her return until at least April when the Norwegian season with new club Avaldsnes...

Real Salt Lake re-sign forward Joao Plata as Designated Player

Real Salt Lake announced that forward Joao Plata has signed a multi-year contract extension.

SANDY, Utah -- Real Salt Lake has re-signed forward Joao Plata to a multi-year contract and he will continue to hold a designated-player spot.

The 24-year-old Ecuador international was acquired from Toronto FC before the 2013 season and he has 30 goals and 30 assists in regular-season play with RSL.

"Ever since I came to Real Salt Lake, I've felt at home," Plata said. "The team, the players, the fans -- they all welcomed me and I'm happy to stay here for a long time."