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Mourinho's most important month at United

With two games against Juventus, a Chelsea reunion and a Manchester derby, Jose Mourinho is embarking on the biggest month of his United career. PLUS: Why Liverpool's trip to Huddersfield is no banker, and is it too early for Gunners fans to chant "We've got our Arsenal back"?

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Football Exposed: The truth about pitch invaders

The Exploding Heads go undercover to reveal staggering revelations about fans -- of all ages -- on the field.

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Major League Soccer

WATCH: Rooney's free kick hands D.C. United win

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MLS MVP: Martinez or Ibrahimovic?

Josef Martinez has been leading the MVP race all season but could a late charge from Zlatan Ibrahimovic tip the award towards the big Swede?

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Highlights | RSL 4-1 NE - Via MLS

Desperate to stay in the picture for the Audi 2018 MLS Cup Playoffs, Real Salt Lake need a win when they host a New England Revolution squad that is playing for pride Thursday night at Rio Tinto Stadium.

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Orlando 1-2 Seattle: Sounders clinch playoff berth - Via MLS

Orlando 1-2 Seattle: Sounders clinch playoff berth - Via MLS

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Wondolowski's top 5 goals - Via MLS

Wondolowski's top 5 goals - Via MLS

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How Columbus and Austin will both get their teams

Jeff Carlisle explains the surprise change of fate in MLS that will likely see Crew SC stay in Columbus and a new club still formed in Austin.

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Trapp gives credit to 'amazing' Save the Crew movement

Columbus Crew SC midfielder Wil Trapp shares his thoughts on the Columbus Partnership's intention to buyout the team.

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Moreno: Sense of belief will propel D.C. United to playoffs

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno explains why D.C. United look destined to reach the MLS postseason following their latest win over FC Dallas.

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McBride: Can't say enough about Save the Crew movement

Former Crew SC forward Brian McBride reacts to the news the club appear set to remain in Columbus and discusses their path forward in the city.

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Ale's 'You Know It, You Love It' MLS Awards

Alejandro Moreno hands out his awards for Week 32 in MLS which include some suspect defending from Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

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The downfall of Toronto FC: How did it happen?

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno breaks down the biggest pitfalls to defending MLS Cup champion Toronto FC missing out on the playoffs this year.

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The pros and cons of a combined North American league

Can a combined North American football league between the U.S., Mexico and Canada even work? The FC panel have their say.

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Transfers

LIVE Transfer Talk: Sanchez eyes Man United exit

The Chilean striker is already exploring an exit out of Old Trafford, mere months after his arrival. Transfer Talk has the latest.

Transfer Rater: Neymar to Barca, Rashford to Juve

Neymar returning to Barcelona and Marcus Rashford joining Juventus are some of today's hot rumours, according to Football Whispers.

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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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Shaka Hislop's Prem fantasy picks

Need help setting your Premier League lineup this weekend? ESPN FC TV pundit Shaka Hislop has some tips.

Fantasy Premier League: Aguero is rested and ready

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson gives his best Premier League fantasy picks including making Sergio Aguero your captain and riding Eden Hazard's hot streak.

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Fantasy La Liga: Modric primed for big day

ESPN FC's fantasy expert Mark Donaldson shares his tips for this weekend's La Liga matches, including choosing Real Madrid's Luka Modric who has a tasty match up with Levante.

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Fantasy UCL: Focus on Liverpool, Roma and Real Madrid

ESPN FC's fantasy guru Mark Donaldson says target the players that have easy fixtures. This week it's the stars from Liverpool, Roma and Real Madrid.

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Stewart Robson gives his Man United best XI

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson reveals his best XI for Manchester United ahead of their encounter against Chelsea on Saturday.

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Are Real Madrid preparing to swap Lopetegui for Conte?

Are Real Madrid preparing to swap managers? Gab Marcotti and Sid Lowe weigh in on the reports linking Antonio Conte to the Bernabeu.

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Sunday's Milan Derby: Who has the edge?

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti and Stewart Robson share their predictions for the next chapter of Milan's storied rivalry.

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Shaka's Power Rankings: International edition!

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop unveils his latest rankings with an international team twist.

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Is Chelsea-Man United destined for a dismal draw?

The FC crew question if the tactics employed by Maurizio Sarri and Jose Mourinho will lead to an entertaining fixture at Stamford Bridge.

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Julie Foudy's World Cup qualifying takeaways

ESPN's Julie Foudy delves into the USWNT's qualifying run and discusses the keys for the team heading into next summer's World Cup in France.

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Extra Time: Greatest defender ever, bad times for Malcom

The FC guys answer your tweets on where Paolo Maldini ranks among the best defenders of all-time and assess Malcom's situation at Barcelona.

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How Sevilla find themselves at the top of La Liga

Will league-leading Sevilla's fine run of form continue against Barcelona? Sid Lowe weighs in on the weekend clash between La Liga's top two.

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Extra Time: Ballon d'Or, Usain Bolt, Halloween costumes

The FC crew answer your tweets on whether Kylian Mbappe or Antoine Griezmann is more deserving of the Ballon d'Or, revisit past Halloween costumes and more.

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Arsene Wenger zeroing in on the Germany job?

Julien Laurens speculates that Arsene Wenger's most recent comments could mean he's interested in replacing Joachim Low as manager of Germany.

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What has Thierry Henry got himself into?

Julien Laurens joins the FC panel to discuss the massive challenge Thierry Henry has ahead of himself as manager of AS Monaco.

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Has the game passed Joachim Low by?

ESPN FC's Julien Laurens believes the only reason Joachim Low still has a job is because Germany has a lack of replacement options.

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