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Man United's Juan Mata: Premier League can't be ruled by one club anymore

Juan Mata feels it is difficult to see one club dominate English football like Manchester United did due to the league being more competitive.
In an exclusive interview with ESPN, Manchester United's Juan Mata discussed his future in football, and said how pleased he'd be if he could play until he turns 40, like United legend Ryan Giggs.
Speaking exclusively to ESPN, Juan Mata discusses the monumental boost that Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba bring to Manchester United.

Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata has told ESPN FC that he believes the days of one club dominating English football are over.

United won 13 titles in 20 years under Sir Alex Ferguson between 1993 and 2013, and before that, Liverpool won 11 titles in 17 years during the 1970s and 1980s but no side has managed to retain the trophy since United won three in a row between 2007 and 2009.

Mata is keen to add the Premier League title to a collection that already includes the Champions League, Europa...

 By Michael Cox

Jordan Henderson the scapegoat but Liverpool defensive issues run deeper

The ESPN FC crew look ahead to Liverpool vs. Chelsea.
The ESPN FC crew look ahead to Liverpool vs. Chelsea.

Since his arrival at Anfield in October 2015, Jurgen Klopp boasts an excellent record against big clubs -- and a particularly impressive record against this weekend's opponents, Chelsea. Two draws at Anfield and two fine victories at Stamford Bridge represents an excellent return of eight points from four matches.

This weekend, Liverpool face a Chelsea side attempting a slightly different strategy. Whereas previously their outstanding attacker, Eden Hazard, was fielded on the left of a 4-3-3 or...

Wembley pitch adding to Tottenham workload - Mauricio Pochettino

Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino insists he's happy that Danny Rose said he was 'fuming' at being dropped for the north London derby.

LONDON -- Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has said his players are having to work harder than ever before as they approach the busy festive period.

Spurs were the only Premier League club not to drop a point over Christmas and New Year last season, winning seven straight matches between Dec. 14 and Jan. 14.

Spurs are fourth, 11 points behind leaders Manchester City, but this year are playing their home games at Wembley on a pitch significantly bigger than the one they had at White...

Man United's Jose Mourinho 'worried' by potential Marouane Fellaini exit

The FC panel don't see how the rumoured move of Marouane Fellaini to PSG would make any sense for the French side.
Jose Mourinho insists Manchester United were unlucky not to win and felt they dominated the game in their 1-0 defeat to Basel.
Basel were by far the better side in the second half and their work was rewarded with a goal in the 89th minute.
Basel were by far the better side in the second half and their work was rewarded with a goal in the 89th minute.
In an exclusive interview with ESPN, Manchester United's Juan Mata discussed his future in football, and said how pleased he'd be if he could play until he turns 40, like United legend Ryan Giggs.

MANCHESTER, England -- Jose Mourinho has admitted there is a chance Marouane Fellaini could leave Manchester United in the summer.

The midfielder is out of contract at the end of the season and will leave Old Trafford for nothing if a new deal is not agreed.

He is free to negotiate with overseas clubs from January -- although sources have told ESPN FC the Belgian, who rejected an offer in September, will not be sold during the transfer window.

Mourinho says he is "worried" Fellaini could go and...

Antonio Conte laments what he views as Chelsea's unbalanced fixture list

Chelsea's Antonio Conte revealed he is content with his side earning qualification to the knock-out stages of the Champions League.

This week, which began in West Bromwich and will end in Liverpool via Baku, is the most spectacularly nomadic stretch of Chelsea's season. If you ask Antonio Conte, it is also much more difficult than it needed to be.

The Italian has barely missed an opportunity in recent days to reiterate what he views as an unbalanced fixture list that requires Chelsea to face Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday afternoon, less than 72 hours after completing a 5,000-mile round trip to the shores of the Caspian...