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Soccer Gods: 5 Things you missed this weekend
ESPN FC on TV: Simon Carr and Nando Vila break down the hottest headlines from this past weekend in football.
(03:48) | Mar 3, 2015
Bas Dost missing from POTM nominees?
ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew believe Lionel Messi is the front-runner for February's Player of the Month, but question the omission of in-form Wolfsburg striker, Bas Dost.
(02:27) | Mar 3, 2015
ESPN FC Extra Time: Most exciting EPL team?
ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew discuss potential replacements for Manuel Pellegrini at Manchester City next season, the most exciting team in the Premier League and whether or not Championship side Ipswich Town will be promoted.
(04:28) | Mar 3, 2015
Liverpool make Man City's week worse
ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC team explain how Liverpool were able to exploit Manchester City's weaknesses on Sunday and agree Manuel Pellegrini's days as City manager may be numbered.
(02:05) | Mar 3, 2015
Will United finish in the top four?
ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew examine the SPI predictions for the teams that will finish in the Top 4 of the Premier League and look ahead to Manchester United's challenging schedule.
(00:44) | Mar 3, 2015
Darke: United have to click at some point
ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Ian Darke previews Manchester United's midweek fixture against Newcastle and predicts whether or not the Red Devils will hold on to their top four spot by season's end.
(01:01) | Mar 3, 2015
Hislop: Chelsea sit back against top teams
ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop believes that Jose Mourinho and Chelsea only play well against 'the minnows' of the league and don't play an exciting brand of football against the top teams.
(02:02) | Mar 3, 2015
Burley's Boiling Point: Pellegrini the problem?
ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC analyst Craig Burley pinpoints Manuel Pellegrini's tactics and inability to make effective changes to the lineup as major reasons for Manchester City's recent struggles. Also, see why Craig wasn't a fan of Dortmund's 'Batman and Robin' celebration
(03:21) | Mar 3, 2015
Prem: Team of the weekend
ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC crew discuss their picks for the team of the weekend, and perhaps some notable players who did not make the cut.
(01:13) | Mar 2, 2015
Transfer NewsNathaniel Clyne will hold talks about his future with Southampton following Tuesday's match against Crystal Palace, Southampton manager Ronald Koeman has revealed
Rio 2016The Football Association is preparing to enter men's and women's Great Britain teams for the Rio Olympics next year
League OneManchester United legend Paul Scholes will manage Oldham "one day", according to the club's chairman
Premier LeagueChelsea defender Gary Cahill is determined to prove his doubters wrong all over again as he battles for his starting place at Stamford Bridge
Premier LeagueBrendan Rodgers believes Daniel Sturridge is close to full fitness and on the brink of hitting top form for Liverpool again
After enduring a tricky start to his Manchester United career, perhaps it is fair that Marcos Rojo celebrated so boisterously as he watched his first professional club Estudiantes beat fierce rivals Gimnasia
Were England ever behind in a match during the 1966 World Cup?
Wayne Rooney reached 100 England caps in about 11 years. Has anyone ever got there quicker?
Who was the first English footballer to win 50 international caps?
Wayne Rooney is closing in on the England goalscoring record. But who's the leading international scorer worldwide?
Is it true that Kenny Dalglish is the only player to score 100 goals in the Scottish and English Football Leagues?