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 By Nick Miller

Tricky manager transitions as Arsenal prepare to replace Wenger

With the Arsenal managerial job now available, the FC crew assess the possible successors to Arsene Wenger and the challenges they will face.
The FC crew discuss the timing of Arsene Wenger's decision to leave Arsenal, his legacy after 22 years at the club and what he will do next.
The Exploding Heads properly lay to rest Arsene Wenger's most prized Arsenal possession, his trademark long coat.
Mark Ogden and Alison Bender reflect on Arsene Wenger's managerial legacy as he prepares to leave Arsenal after 22 years.

Arsenal will be replacing Arsene Wenger this summer after nearly 22 years at the helm of the club. Finding the right successor can be tricky, especially after so long. Here are other clubs that had to replace club legends.

Guy Roux: 44 years at Auxerre, 1961-2005 (followed by Jacques Santini

Whichever way you slice it, 44 years at one club is probably too long. Roux was 22 when he applied for the job at Auxerre, then a part-time club in France's regional leagues, but he took them to four Coupe...

What the world was like when Arsene Wenger became Arsenal manager

The FC crew discuss the timing of Arsene Wenger's decision to leave Arsenal, his legacy after 22 years at the club and what he will do next.
The Exploding Heads properly lay to rest Arsene Wenger's most prized Arsenal possession, his trademark long coat.
Mark Ogden and Alison Bender reflect on Arsene Wenger's managerial legacy as he prepares to leave Arsenal after 22 years.
ESPN's Alison Bender and ArsenalFanTV's Robbie Lyle discuss Arsene Wenger's decision to step away from the club after 22 years as manager.
Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis provides his heartfelt sentiment and tributes to all of Arsene Wenger's achievements at the club.
With the Arsenal managerial job now available, the FC crew assess the possible successors to Arsene Wenger and the challenges they will face.

Arsene Wenger was unveiled as Arsenal manager on Sept. 22, 1996, with Tony Adams suggesting the club had appointed a bloke who looked like a schoolteacher.

He would go on to oversee vast change during his 21½ years in North London but back in 1996, the world was a very different place.

What was in the news?

The U.S. launched Operation Desert Strike -- cruise missile strikes on Iraq.

In South Africa, former President F.W. de Klerk officially apologised for the pain and suffering caused by...

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Transfer Talk: PSG 'suspicious' of Neymar pushing for Real Madrid move

With Neymar in Brazil playing poker during PSG's title celebrations, the ESPN FC guys question his priorities and commitment to his club.

Clubs are slowly turning their eyes toward the summer window. Transfer Talk has the updates on all the latest rumours.

PSG 'suspicious' of Madrid move for Neymar

There is a growing sense of deja vu at Paris Saint-Germain, that a year after abruptly deciding to leave Barcelona for Les Parisiens, Neymar may suddenly push for a move to Real Madrid this summer, Madrid-based publication Marca reports.

The report states that Los Blancos will entertain making a deal only if the Ligue 1 champions are...

 By Robbie Dunne

Out-of-favour Gareth Bale has won trophies, held up his end of the deal at Real Madrid

Zinedine Zidane insists Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema are showing no signs of sadness despite questions concerning their futures with Real Madrid.
The FC crew are split on whether Bayern Munich or Real Madrid is the likelier side to prevail in their Champions League semifinal tie.
The FC crew are split on whether Bayern Munich or Real Madrid is the likelier side to prevail in their Champions League semifinal tie.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti breaks down the Champions League semifinal draw which sees Bayern Munich vs. Real Madrid and Liverpool vs. AS Roma.

A lot has changed at Real Madrid since Zinedine Zidane declared that the "BBC are the best". It was November 2016 when the Real Madrid manager gushed about his front three: "All my players are the best, but BBC have a little more," he said.

Reports coming from Madrid on Friday suggest that Zidane has run out of patience with Gareth Bale and that his time at Real Madrid is coming to an end. It could very well be true that Real Madrid's loyalty to the player is fading fast. It seems, however, that...

Rafa Marquez is one of Mexico's greatest ever, so enjoy him while you still can

Mexican legend Rafa Marquez sits down with ESPN to discuss his lengthy career and the possibility of playing in a fifth World Cup before retiring.

Editor's note: Rafael Marquez is set to play in what will very likely be his final Clasico Tapatio on Friday night as Atlas plays host to Chivas, and his final appearance in Estadio Jalisco in an Atlas shirt, as the 39-year-old Mexico international has strongly hinted at retiring following this summer's World Cup.

LOS ANGELES -- "I saw Rafa Marquez play."

Someday, in 20, 30 or 50 years' time, that phrase will frequently appear in dinner table conversations across Mexico. Bragging rights will...

 By Phil Lythell

Chelsea can build on recent positive momentum in FA Cup semi-final vs. Southampton

ESPN's Alison Bender previews the FA Cup semi-final matches where Chelsea take on Southampton and Manchester United face Tottenham.
Antonio Conte insisted Chelsea are not already in the FA Cup final, despite playing relegation candidates Southampton in the semi-final.

Chelsea's 2-1 victory over Burnley on Thursday night was full of surprises.

For a start, Antonio Conte chose to make six changes from the side that won 3-2 at Southampton on Saturday to make a mockery of the old maxim of never tinkering with a winning team. Given the Italian's general reluctance to rotate his squad, the amount of alterations raised a few eyebrows and seemed to indicate that his focus was firmly on Sunday's FA Cup semi-final with Southampton rather than carrying on fighting for a...