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What's trending: Neymar snubbed in UEFA's Best Player in Europe award

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol reacts to UEFA's Best Player of Europe award list, which left Neymar out of their top ten.
Barcelona forward Neymar admits he did get an offer from another club before the Brazilian committed his future to the La Liga side.

Here are the latest stories for Monday.

BARCELONANeymar has missed out on a nomination for UEFA's Best Player in Europe award, but Pepe will go up against Real Madrid and Portugal teammate Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

Brazil legend Ronaldinho has praised Lionel Messi's role in the development of Neymar at Barcelona. Ronaldinho was a senior figure in the Barca team when Messi broke through during the 2004-05 campaign and guided him as he made his first...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Twitter mocks Brendan Rodgers's Celtic after shock loss

The ESPN FC crew discuss Celtic's loss to Lincoln Red Imps in Champions League qualifying.

The second qualifying round of the Champions League kicked off on Tuesday with Scottish champions Celtic in action against Lincoln Red Imps of Gibraltar.... Who? Exactly.

The match marked the competitive debut of new manager Brendan Rodgers. Nice, right? Not so much. The former Liverpool boss watched on as a team with a good number of semi-pros took down the former holders, 1-0, in Tuesday's first leg in Gibraltar.

Tottenham's move from White Hart Lane leads to Wembley issues

Tottenham are set to leave White Hart Lane to move into a new stadium by 2018.

Cristiano Ronaldo wrote two pieces of Champions League history last Saturday.

Before his winning spot kick crowned Real Madrid European champions for the 11th time, Tottenham announced a deal with the Football Association to play 2016-17 Champions League home matches at Wembley, meaning Ronaldo is the last player to score a Champions League goal at White Hart Lane -- during the 2010-11 quarterfinal in Spurs' only foray into the competition to date.

The club will also use Wembley as...

 By John Crace

Tottenham must capitalise on Champions League football to develop

ESPN FC's Tottenham correspondent Dan Kilpatrick reflects on Spurs' campaign.

It's proving hard to forget the disappointment of the abject 5-1 capitulation to relegated Newcastle on the last day of the season that denied Spurs a second place finish and -- more importantly -- bragging rights over north London rivals Arsenal.

Some were willing to give the team the benefit of the doubt, arguing the players were tired after a long season. No doubt they were, but there was enough at stake for them to have been able to raise themselves for one last hurrah. Just a week later, Harry...

Zinedine Zidane's work far from done at Real Madrid despite UCL victory

Cristiano Ronaldo converted the decisive penalty kick as Real Madrid were crowned champions of Europe for an 11th time.
Relive the best moments of the UCL Final including the penalty shoot-out that handed Real their 11th crown.

Graham Hunter asked Zinedine Zidane not to take the Real Madrid job back in December, but the results since -- including UEFA Champions League glory -- have reinforced the status quo at the Bernabeu. Here he revisits those words of wisdom in light of Real's triumph in Milan.

Cher Zizou,

Here we are again. And congratulations. The very thing you yearned for when you joined Real Madrid as a player is now yours for the third time with Los Blancos: a Champions League winners medal.

To inherit...

The dominance of established 'superclubs' shows no sign of ending

Gareth Bale and Andres Iniesta
Real Madrid and Barcelona are at football's top table and look set to stay there indefinitely.

You might be familiar with the frog metaphor.

If you put a frog into a pot of boiling water, it will jump out. But if you put that same frog into a pot of cold water and gradually raise the temperature, it will happily sit there until it boils to death.

(No, I don't know why anyone would do something like that and, yes, more recent scientific experiments dispute the original premise; frogs apparently don't sit still and, instead, will try to get out of the pot.)

But the metaphor holds -- we don't...