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 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
Sep 10, 2014

Stakes raised even higher in winter vs. summer 2022 World Cup debate

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti discusses Sepp Blatter's decision to have the 2022 World Cup in winter.

Umberto Gandini is the vice-chairman of the European Club Association (ECA), the umbrella organization that represents the interests of European clubs. He wears other hats, too -- he's an executive at Milan -- and is a member of the FIFA task force charged with deciding whether Qatar 2022 will be a summer or winter World Cup.

On Monday, the task force met and agreed that there were three realistic options for when to hold the tournament: November-December 2021, January-February 2022 or June-July...

 Posted by Graham Parker
Sep 10, 2014

Watching Brazil, but not as we know it

Brazil triumphed over Ecuador 1-0 courtesy of Willian's strike at MetLife Stadium, continuing their rebuild under new manager Dunga.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- On Tuesday night, I found myself in New Jersey watching a team I'd expected to see two months ago in Rio. Or watching the ghost of that team, anyway.

If you've been living under a rock and don't know the story of Brazil's World Cup, look away now and enjoy the sensation of still thinking Brazil is Brazil. If you do know what happened, you might expect Brazil to have arrived to face Ecuador at MetLife Stadium, following Friday's game in Miami against Colombia, still in...

 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
Sep 8, 2014

Ribery mess speaks to lack of common sense, plus: Mendes vs. Perez at Real?

FIFA President Sepp Blatter has announced that he intends to stand for re-election and has explained why he was not surprised that Michel Platini would not be in the running.

Nothing like a bit of common sense, eh?

On the face of it, the current diatribe over Franck Ribery is simple to the point of absurdity. The Bayern winger announces his retirement from international football and the France boss, Didier Deschamps, says "it's not up to him." This sentiment is echoed by Deschamps' boss, Noel Le Graet, the head of the French FA, who echoes Deschamps in saying players who have been called to represent their country must answer the call.

And then on Sunday in an interview...

 Posted by Fernando Duarte
Sep 6, 2014

Old dependency on Neymar marks Brazil's fresh start

The ESPN FC panel discuss Neymar's recent captaincy appointment for the Brazil national team, and if this is a step in the wrong direction.

The good news? Neymar's right foot has never looked better calibrated, a point supported by the beauty of the free kick he sent to David Ospina's top left corner on Friday night in Miami, which earned Brazil a 1-0 win vs. Colombia.

The bad news? The Barcelona striker once again bailed out the Selecao.

Brazil's first outing after the World Cup offered hope and worry in very similar doses but optimism might have won this friendly on points against a side that brought pretty much the same formation...

 Posted by Tim Vickery
Sep 5, 2014

Pressure's on Colombia to continue their progress

The ESPN FC crew argue over Dunga's decision to name Neymar as captain for Brazil's upcoming friendly with Colombia.

When Brazil meet Colombia in Miami on Friday night, almost all the focus will be on the Brazilians. How will the five-time world champions react after their World Cup humiliation? Is Dunga the right coach to lead them back to greatness? Are there any promising new players coming through to capture global attention?

Given the above, it is easy to overlook the team defending the other goal. But the truth is that this match kick starts a key era in Colombian football -- and it has nothing to do...

Sep 4, 2014

Basingstoke Town make ambitious offer for Ronaldinho

Brazilian star Ronaldinho has an offer on the table from Basingstoke Town, of the English Conference South.

Ronaldinho, 34, and his agent and brother Roberto De Assis have been offered a contract at The Soccer AM Stadium, with the English minnows hopeful their audacious bid comes off.

Simon Hood, Basingstoke Town's marketing director, said: "Discussions have been had, and there is an offer on the table. Now it is up to Ronaldinho to decide whether he wants to take us up on it. He is on...