Month: October 2018

Stevie Nicol and Mark Donaldson give their picks for this weekend’s Premier League fixtures including the headliner of Chelsea vs. Manchester United. Since joining Manchester City in 2010, David Silva has been instrumental in the club’s continued run of success. Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan talks ESPN through his fashion choices and explains why it’s
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The FC crew question if the tactics employed by Maurizio Sarri and Jose Mourinho will lead to an entertaining fixture at Stamford Bridge. ESPN FC’s Steve Nicol sifts through the latest rumours involving Antonio Conte, Neymar, Olivier Giroud and more. Stevie Nicol and Mark Donaldson give their picks for this weekend’s Premier League fixtures including
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The guys react to Eden Hazard’s comments about playing for Real Madrid and wonder if Chelsea should begin to make preparations for his departure. Paul Mariner rates the sensibility of the latest transfer links, including potential comings and goings at Chelsea and Manchester United. Eden Hazard’s performances at Chelsea are making him a target for
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ESPN FC’s Ale Moreno assesses the latest transfer rumours surrounding Raheem Sterling, Dejan Lovren, Arturo Vidal and many more. Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk are expected to be available for selection for Liverpool’s trip to Huddersfield Town on Saturday, sources have told ESPN FC. Both players withdrew from their national teams over the international
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‘Take The Ball, Pass The Ball’ will feature former and current Barcelona players looking back on Pep Guardiola’s four years and 14 trophies with the club. ESPN FC’s La Liga correspondent Sid Lowe digs deeper into what’s plaguing Real Madrid and Barcelona during their respective winless streaks. ESPN FC’s Alejandro Moreno explains how Barcelona’s defensive
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Barcelona are monitoring the situation with former player Ronaldinho in light of his support for right-wing presidential front-runner Jair Bolsonaro in the upcoming Brazilian elections. Ronaldinho is one of a number of high-profile athletes in Brazil to have backed Bolsonaro, who has been criticised for misogynist and anti-gay statements during the campaign. The former Brazil
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