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- After his much-publicized (and much-criticized) hiatus, Landon Donovan is back and happier than ever, writes Roger Bennett. Read »
- Prem Spotlight: James Dall says an Arsenal collapse is not out of the question as Tottenham look to pounce. Read »
- In this week's Quiniela, Rob Train predicts Atletico Madrid will beat rivals Real on penalties in the Copa del Rey final. Read »
- Though David Beckham was never the game's greatest player, his ubiquity made him peerless, writes Iain Macintosh. Read »
- John Brewin examines Chelsea's Europa League triumph after Rafa Benitez's men beat Benfica in a tense final. Read »
- Cruz Azul scored early and often to counter Santos in 1st leg of the Liga MX Liguilla semis, writes Andrea Canales. Read »
- At first glance, Brazil's initial Confed Cup squad appears better suited to 2018 than 2014, writes Paulo Vinicius Coelho. Read »
- Forget fatigue; teams like Chelsea should relish the thrill of a one-game playoff, says Gab Marcotti. Read »
- For one Arsenal fan, Tuesday's game vs. Wigan brought the full range of emotions as it always does, writes Bryan McAleer. Read »
- Accusations aimed by Jose Barkero at his teammates could derail Levante's inspiring year, writes Graham Hunter. Read »
- It's May, which means the Toe Poke has picked out its Ten most impressive players of the Prem season. Read »
- Jeff Carlisle believes it was the right move for Jurgen Klinsmann to omit Landon Donovan from the U.S. squad. Read »
- ESPNFC caught up with USWNT superstar Alex Morgan, who talked on tape about her book, Portland, music and more. Read »
- On loan to ESPNFC, NBA guru Marc Stein soaked up the FA Cup final's pageantry for his Wembley diary. Read »
- As Sir Alex Ferguson retires, David Hirshey looks back at the man, the manager, the legend. Read »
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- Chelsea claimed their second European trophy in a year as Branislav Ivanovic secured a dramatic 2-1 win over Benfica.
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- After 81 caps over 14 years for England, Rio Ferdinand has decided to retire from international football.
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- Roberto Mancini is waving goodbye to Manchester City despite guiding the club to their first league title in 35 years just 12 months ago.
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