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Move over, De Gea; Alisson is No. 1 now

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson's world-class ability as a shot-stopper and distributor gives him an unquestioned claim to being the Premier League's best, over David De Gea of Man United.

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ESPN FC 100 for 2018

The list is in! Check out ESPN FC's 100 best players and managers in world football for 2018, as voted for by our experts.

Exploding Heads: Anyone want Danny Welbeck?

With the January transfer window fast approaching the Exploding Heads reach out to a few managers and players to sort out their future.

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Hazard manufacturing a move to Madrid?

Is Eden Hazard trying to engineer a move to Real Madrid and become the next Galactico?

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Premier League Predictor: Showdown at Anfield

Alexis Nunes and Stevie Nicol predict this weekend's Premier League fixtures, including a heavyweight match up between Liverpool and Manchester United.

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Extra Time: No love for PSG, refs against Milan, are horses athletes?

The FC crew answer your tweets on PSG topping their UCL group, how Milan are treated by the officials and much more.

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Transfer Rater: Zidane to Premier League? Morata to Barca?

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LIVE Transfer Talk: United to make De Gea best-paid keeper

Take heart, Manchester United fans -- David De Gea is telling friends he'll sign a new deal at Old Trafford. Transfer Talk is LIVE with the latest.

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What's it like to face Luka Modric?

It's been an unforgettable 2018 for Luka Modric but what makes him so brilliant in midfield? ESPN FC speaks to players past and present about him.

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Kane's rise to No. 1 in FC 100 is down to versatility

Harry Kane isn't the best at one individual skill, but he may be the best striker on the planet. How is that possible? Musa Okwonga explains.

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W2W4: Can Liverpool complete power shift over Man United?

Liverpool haven't beaten Man United since a few weeks before David Moyes was sacked in 2014. Now is the time to show the true shift in power.

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Premier League Predictor: Showdown at Anfield

Alexis Nunes and Stevie Nicol predict this weekend's Premier League fixtures, including a heavyweight match up between Liverpool and Manchester United.

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Exploding Heads: Anyone want Danny Welbeck?

With the January transfer window fast approaching the Exploding Heads reach out to a few managers and players to sort out their future.

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A team vs. a mess: Liverpool's best chance to sink United

Man United trail Sunday's opponents Liverpool by 16 points in the table. From attack to defence, to the managers, it is easy to see why.

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Move over, De Gea, Alisson is now No. 1

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson's world-class ability as a shot-stopper and distributor gives him unquestioned claim to being Premier League's best.

Frustrated Man United fans seek '80s spirit' at Liverpool

Man United are at their lowest point in years but lifelong supporters remember the 1970s & 80s and will be looking for that fight Sunday at Anfield.

Liverpool 3-1 Manchester United: Klopp finally beats United

Liverpool beat Manchester United for the first time since 2013-14 as they reclaim the top spot in the Premier League from Manchester City.

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Marcotti: Issue with Pogba all Mourinho's creation

Gab Marcotti believes the personality issue between Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho is merely the Man United manager's attempt to create a scapegoat.

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Burley: Man United a team with no leadership

Following Manchester United's resounding defeat at Liverpool, Craig Burley slams the club's lack of leadership, from the boardroom to the pitch.

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Mourinho insists he has players' backing in testy exchange

Jose Mourinho did not appreciate getting asked if he has the backing of the dressing room following Manchester United's loss to Liverpool.

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Liverpool exorcises demons against Manchester United

With Liverpool getting their first league win over Manchester United since 2014, FC's Shaka Hislop examines the gulf in class between the two sides.

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Shaqiri's 2nd moves Liverpool further ahead

English Premier League: Xherdan Shaqiri (80') Liverpool 3-1 Manchester United

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Super-sub Shaqiri puts Liverpool back in front

English Premier League: Xherdan Shaqiri (73') Liverpool 2-1 Manchester United

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Alisson's howler gifts Lingard equalizer

English Premier League: Jesse Lingard (33') Liverpool 1-1 Manchester United

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Mané breaks the deadlock for Liverpool

English Premier League: Sadio Mané (24') Liverpool 1-0 Manchester United

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ESPN Fantasy Football

Fantasy: Sign up, set line-ups for Premier League

ESPN has a brand new fantasy game! Compete against your friends or people around the world in the Premier League, La Liga, Champions League and Liga MX.

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Fantasy Premier League: Kane earns the armband

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson gives you his Fantasy Premier League starting lineup. Join him in all the action at ESPN.com/FantasyFC.

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Ballon d'Or winner Hegerberg unveils dazzling gold boots

Fresh off winning the gold standard of FIFA individual awards, the Ballon d'Or, Ada Hegerberg has some new boots. Spoiler alert: they're gold.

Club has actual lion cub as mascot and it's just the cutest

Club Leon hope their new mane attraction can restore some pride at the club after a paw first half of the season.

PSG target De Jong laughs off French question

Ajax's Frenkie de Jong deftly brushed aside a question asked in French by a reporter keen to know if a deal with Paris Saint-Germain has been agreed.

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Pochettino jokes 'Redknapp's reality TV win a trophy for Spurs'

Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino congratulated the club's former manager Harry Redknapp after his victory on British TV show 'I'm a Celebrity' claiming it as the club's first trophy of the season.

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Serie A Predictor: Turin derby awaits

Alejandro Moreno and Alexis Nunes give their expert analysis on this weekend's Serie A fixtures. Be sure to watch all the action on ESPN+.

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Social media a 'vehicle for good' during Hegerberg twerk comment

ESPN's Alexis Nunes and Kate Markgraf provide their thoughts concerning the twerk comment made by the DJ at the Ballon d'Or ceremony.

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Extra Time: No love for PSG, refs against Milan, are horses athletes?

The FC crew answer your tweets on PSG topping their UCL group, how Milan are treated by the officials and much more.

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Hislop: Dembele's problems stem from childhood

Shaka Hislop's take on Ousmane Dembele is that his reliance on and preference for his childhood friends is part of the culture growing up in a disadvantaged neighborhood.

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Europa League exit will pose trouble for Milan

Julien Laurens explains why crashing out of the Europa League group stage could put AC Milan in Financial Fair Play trouble.

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Nicol: Liverpool have enough to cover recent injuries

Steve Nicol says that Liverpool have options at the back despite recent injuries to Joe Gomez and Joel Matip.

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Extra Time: Sacking Jose Mourinho, Liveprool injury woes

The FC guys answer your tweets on what it will take for Man United to sack Jose Mourinho, how Liverpool will make do with their injuries and more.

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Macca: Real Madrid fringe players not good enough

Steve McManaman says that Real Madrid topping their Champions League group has been marred by their two losses to CSKA Moscow.

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Are Man City Champions League favourites?

The FC panel assess if Manchester City deserve to be ahead of Barcelona and Juventus as the oddsmakers' favourite to win the Champions League.

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