Month: October 2018

As Kylian Mbappe’s red-hot form continues, the FC crew discuss if he’ll mature into a goalscorer reminiscent of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. Julien Laurens explains the ‘bromance’ between Kylian Mbappe and Neymar, but notes the concern around the duo’s relationship with Edinson Cavani. Paris Saint-Germain’s Kylian Mbappe has said he wants to star for
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ESPN FC’s Ale Moreno assesses the latest transfer rumours surrounding Raheem Sterling, Dejan Lovren, Arturo Vidal and many more. France captain Hugo Lloris believes Paul Pogba gets judged unfairly because of the record transfer fee Manchester United paid for the midfielder in 2016. The transfer window for all of Europe’s big five leagues is closed,
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KitAid and Friends of Mulanje Orphans have teamed up to distribute Sadio Mane shirts to underprivileged children in Malawi. Liverpool and Brazil’s Fabinho insists he is still trying to settle into life under Jurgen Klopp and that his demands in training and matches are extremely intense. Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold believes The Reds can still
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ESPN FC’ Alejandro Moreno and Ross Dyer react to Paul Scholes’ assertion that even Lionel Messi couldn’t turn around the current Manchester United. Gab Marcotti calls the FA’s charges against Jose Mourinho ‘needless’ after the Man United manager’s comments were caught on camera against Newcastle. Manchester United midfielder Andreas Pereira has told UOL Esporte that
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‘Take The Ball, Pass The Ball’ will feature former and current Barcelona players looking back on Pep Guardiola’s four years and 14 trophies with the club. ESPN FC’s La Liga correspondent Sid Lowe digs deeper into what’s plaguing Real Madrid and Barcelona during their respective winless streaks. ESPN FC’s Alejandro Moreno explains how Barcelona’s defensive
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Gab Marcotti calls the FA’s charges against Jose Mourinho ‘needless’ after the Man United manager’s comments were caught on camera against Newcastle. Jon Champion says Jose Mourinho makes himself an easy target for criticism and explains why the Man United boss’ antics make him uncomfortable. Paul Mariner reacts to Wayne Rooney’s defence of Jose Mourinho,
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