COLUMNS & FEATURES

  • The Football Writer: A new family member prompts Andy Mitten to re-evaluate the tricky issue of fandom. Read »
  • Iain Macintosh: Though you may hate him, Real Madrid's Pepe is a man you want on your side. Read »
  • Michael Cox: Here's some tactical suggestions for Liverpool to get through their remaining games and win the Prem. Read »
  • Graham Hunter: Gareth Bale proved in the Copa del Rey final which Spanish club got the better mega-deal. Read »
  • James Horncastle: AS Roma's magical season is a credit to the work of manager Rudi Garcia. Read »
  • Diego Maradona lifts the 1986 World Cup trophy.
    John Brewin: Argentina's Diego Maradona is No. 2 on our Top 20 all-time World Cup greatest list. Read »
  • Mesut Ozil
    James McNicholas: Ozil's return against Hull City will immediately slicken Arsenal's stiffened style. Read »
  • Samir Nasri rues a late missed chance in the 2-2 draw with Sunderland.
    Richard Jolly: Samir Nasri struck late but missed another chance for a winner as Man City's title hopes dwindled. Read »
  • Koke celebrates after scoring the goal which put Atletico top of La Liga.
    Musa Okwonga: Bernard and Koke could be perfect players to take Manchester United back to the top. Read »
  • ESPN FC Ultimate XI: The best players in the world are available for selection -- pick your team (and manager)! Read »
  • Miguel Delaney: Gareth Bale became a Real Madrid hero in sealing their Copa del Rey win over Barcelona. Read »
  • Tim Sherwood reversed the actions of Andre Villas-Boas by bringing Emmanuel Adebayor back in from the cold.
    Richard Jolly: Spurs have a history of following the managerial lead of others in their search for success. Read »
  • Gab Marcotti: Should Man City or PSG fear FFP censure? We break down what it all might mean for Europe's top clubs. Read »
  • Raphael Honigstein explains why the Bundesliga's tight race for fourth place is flying under the radar. Read »
  • Wilfried Zaha failed to really sparkle on his first competitive start for Manchester United.
    Rory Smith: Unable to get in the team on loan at Cardiff, Man United's Wilfried Zaha must kickstart his career. Read »
  • Manchester United's Shinji Kagawa is just one of a number of Asian stars ready to impress in Brazil.
    John Duerden: Asia has a treasure trove of talent and they'll get their chance to impress at the World Cup. Read »
  • Arsene Wenger faces a familiar situation at Arsenal.
    John Brewin: Once again, experience and grit are being relied upon to bring success to Arsenal. Read »
  • Andre Villas-Boas is smiling again after a fine start to life back in management.
    Eliot Rothwell: A winter of discontent gave way to a spring of hope for Zenit and new manager Andre Villas-Boas. Read »
  • Jeff Carlisle: Chris Wondolowski is one of several in the tension-filled position that is the World Cup bubble.  Read »
  • Captains Steven Gerrard and Gabi have been inspirational in Liverpool and Atletico Madrid's respective title challenges.
    Andy Brassell: Liverpool and Atletico Madrid are demonstrating that football can still rise above the balance sheets. Read »
  • Fernando Duarte: Selecao legend Roberto Rivelino fears for Brazil's future, he reveals in an exclusive chat with ESPN FC. Read »
  • Julien Laurens: A surprising recent slump by PSG has fans and critics concerned for the future. Read »
  • Tom Marshall: Club America's Miguel Layun stood out in an otherwise down week for Mexico's internationals. Read »
  • Monday Musings: BVB deserved to rout Bayern but what does it say about Pep Guardiola's side, wonders Gab Marcotti. Read »
  • Arsene Wenger is keen on Sardar Azmoun -- and the feeling is mutual.
    Ian Darke: Whether or not Arsenal's nine-year trophyless run ends, the future of their manager is uncertain. Read »
  • Michael Cox: Andrea Pirlo's autobiography is a refreshing, honest change from the usual footballer's books. Read »
  • David Hirshey: Arsenal's joy over a possible FA Cup pales in comparison to LFC's impressive title quest. Read »

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Gunners edge through Title thriller
  • Liverpool beat Man City at Anfield, while Fulham did well in their bid to avoid relegation.
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Show of strength
  • Bayern Munich burst into life to knockout Man United while Atletico dumped out Barcelona.
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Raising the Ba
  • Demba Ba's heroics put Chelsea into the semifinals while Dortmund came close to shocking Real Madrid.
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  P W D L GD PTS
Liverpool3424555177
Chelsea3423654275
Man City3322565471
Arsenal3420771867
Everton3419962166
Tottenham3418610060
Man Utd33176101857
Southampton3413912548
Newcastle3414416-1446
Stoke34111013-1043
C Palace3412418-1440
West Ham3410717-937
Hull3310617-636
Aston Villa339717-1434
Swansea348917-533
West Brom3361512-1133
Norwich348818-2732
Fulham349322-4030
Cardiff347819-3429
Sunderland336819-2526
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