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Should Rodgers or Wenger be sacked?

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 By Rory Smith
11 hours ago

Sorry Jose, you're wrong: Football loves a beautiful loser

Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho was pleased his side didn't take it easy on Schalke, thrashing the Germans 5-0 in the UEFA Champions League.

Jose Mourinho has done pretty much everything right this season -- his Chelsea team have built a commanding lead at the summit of the Premier League and qualified with ease for the knockout rounds of the Champions League. They have not lost in 19 games.

Their new signings have settled immediately, seamlessly. They are purring, and as he identified after their mauling of Schalke on Tuesday night, they are playing with an unaccustomed flair at home and away with a capacity to take the breath away.

Mourinho,...

1 day ago

Time for Brendan Rodgers to take drastic action at Liverpool

ESPN FC's Craig Burley thinks Liverpool head coach Brendan Rodgers has been found out and believes he is close to being forced out of Anfield.

Liverpool must have returned to Selhurst Park thinking that whatever happened, at least it couldn't be worse than the last time they were there. Wrong. It was worse.

That extraordinary 3-3 draw vs. Crystal Palace in May will be remembered for decades to come. It was a spectacular humiliation, a dramatic three-goal collapse from the league's most exciting team against a mid-table side with nothing for which to play. And yet its place in history, like Denis Law's backheel to "relegate" Manchester United,...

 By Chris Rann
1 day ago

Southampton must show character after poor performance at Villa

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman discussed his side's 1-1 draw with Aston Villa who currently sit in 16th place in the Premier League.

Monday night's game between Aston Villa and Southampton should have been a spectacle fit for the television but, especially for Saints fans, you are unlikely to find a poorer example of Premier League football.

Predictably Paul Lambert set his Villa team up with the intention of not losing rather than trying to win -- an unforgivable action of a manager of a hosting side in my opinion -- and, despite being victims of it twice last season, Saints showed no sign that they had planned for it or learned...

 By Uli Hesse
1 day ago

How attacking football's evolution has impacted defending

Relive the best goals of week 12 in the Bundesliga, highlighted by Mario Gotze's long-range effort.

Last week, I found myself at the Sugar Club in Dublin, sharing a red sofa with Jonathan Wilson, editor of The Blizzard, and Philippe Auclair, the London correspondent for France Football. The point of the evening was that we would field questions from the auditorium about our respective football cultures or the game in general.

Chatting among ourselves first, on a day of countless friendlies all across Europe, I said it would be interesting to see if Germany coach Joachim Low was going to play...

Kevin Hughes Aston Villa  By Kevin Hughes
1 day ago

Agbonlahor's goal can't lift the Villa gloom

Nathaniel Clyne scored a late goal for Southampton as they earned a 1-1 draw at Aston Villa.

The contrast between past and present couldn't be more stark at Aston Villa. With cruel -- some might say comedic timing -- Monday night's 1-1 draw against Southampton coincided with the club's 140th anniversary.

That is a landmark to be celebrated, and it was. A three metre recreation of the gas lamp that the founders of Villa gathered under, in November 1874, to discuss the formation of a new football club was unveiled before the game. Villa has a rich heritage, a glorious history, and a permanent...

 By Michael Cox
2 days ago

Manchester City likely regret selling Jerome Boateng to Bayern Munich

Manchester City strikers Sergio Aguero and Stefan Jovetic have been passed fit to play against Bayern Munich.

Having triumphed in the Premier League for the second time, Manchester City's obvious objective this season was to finally impress in European competition. A 1-0 loss at Bayern Munich in their opening game of their Champions League campaign wasn't the ideal beginning.

Losing at Bayern is no disgrace, but the nature of the defeat was particularly frustrating. The goal came in the final minute of the game, and it was also scored by an ex-City player: Jerome Boateng's long-range strike appeared to take...