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Marcotti: FIFA cleaning up its act?


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Leicester City's Premier League title the most unlikely feat in sport history

ESPN FC's Alison Bender goes game-by-game to break down the pivotal moments that made all the difference in Leicester's title-winning run.
Fans watching in Leicester went absolutely berserk when the final whistle blew at Stamford Bridge.
ESPN FC presents one of the greatest underdog stories, as Mark Donaldson chronicles Leicester City's remarkable Premier League title.
From Sunday's draw at Old Trafford to the city bars where fans watched Tottenham draw with Chelsea, Week 36 has been good to Leicester.
Leicester City's Christian Fuchs tweeted out his team's reaction to winning the Premier League.
The ESPN FC crew give their thoughts on Leicester finally being crowned champions of the Premier League.
Relive Leicester City's remarkable story, where 'a group of misfits' came together to defy the odds on their way to the Premier League's top prize.
Relive the best goals of Leicester City's title-winning campaign.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses Leicester's ragtag team of misfits and how they came together to succeed this EPL season.

Confirmation did not come on the pitch. It came via TV, social media, phone. The Leicester players gathered at Jamie Vardy's house to watch. (Christian Fuchs shared the scenes of celebration.) Maybe, in the case of Claudio Ranieri, who flew to Italy for the day to have lunch with his 96-year-old mother and was set to land back in the UK as the game was ending, it came via a kindly customs officer.

Still, it was no less sweet, and no less surreal. Tottenham's 2-2 draw at Chelsea meant Leicester...

Arsenal protest backfires, Hummels' Bayern desire, Man City's dilemma

The ESPN FC panel highlight their Team of the Weekend, with controversy brewing over Arsene Wenger's inclusion.

I put Arsene Wenger in my Team of the Week, and if you saw the segment, you'll know Steve Nicol was non-plussed. It wasn't because I thought he managed Arsenal to a sterling performance against Norwich. He didn't (they were unimpressive) though the win still means they've all but locked up a top four finish for the umpteenth season. (Yes, I know, this is where the Wenger haters crack their joke about the top-four trophy.)

But Wenger struck me as a winner from the weekend simply because of the...

Van Gaal's system works, Mahrez a worthy winner, Barca bounce back

The FC crew break down Manchester United's FA Cup semifinal win against Everton and discuss Roberto Martinez's future.

Manchester United and Everton's FA Cup semifinal was billed as a clash between two embattled managers who needed to win the trophy to be sure to hang on to their jobs.

In fact, it's probably not quite like that. Louis van Gaal's future likely depends on a number of factors beyond winning the cup. Like finishing in the top four, or whether the United-owning Glazer family resolve their issues with appointing Jose Mourinho.

As for Roberto Martinez, such has been the vitriol heaped on him this season...

Barcelona's slump is down to fatigue, Jon Moss under scrutiny, Totti drama

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti crunches the numbers and says that travel-induced fatigue is at the heart of Barcelona's recent struggles.

There's no escaping the facts.

On April 1, Barcelona enjoyed a nine-point lead at the top of La Liga and many had them as favorites to win an unprecedented second straight Treble. Sixteen days later, they're out of the Champions League and their lead domestically is down to zero points over Atletico Madrid and a single point over Real Madrid. (Though they have the edge over both in the tiebreaker, head-to-head games.)

Sunday's 2-1 home defeat to Valencia marked the first time since 2003 (when...

Cristiano Ronaldo's latest display reminded everyone of his greatness

The ESPN FC panel talk what went wrong for Wolfsburg and what went right for Ronaldo in the UEFA Champions League.

This will likely be the summer of The Reckoning. For Real Madrid and for Cristiano Ronaldo.

At some point, club president Florentino Perez will gather up his court of jesters and yes-men and figure out whether, after seven seasons, 359 goals, two Ballons d'Or, a Liga title, two Spanish Cups and a Champions League (maybe two), it's time to bring down the curtain.

Heck, if you believe some of the rumormongers orbiting Perez, that decision already has been made. Sell Ronaldo while you can still get...

Luis Enrique must look at Barcelona and make the right choices

The ESPN FC crew give their initial thoughts on Barcelona's 'unconvincing' 2-1 victory over Atletico Madrid.
Two goals in 11 minutes from Luis Suarez sunk Atletico Madrid 2-1, after goalscorer Fernando Torres was sent off in the first half.
The ESPN FC boys are unanimous in saying Fernando Torres should have been sent off against Barcelona.

One of the single biggest skills for any boss, in any walk of life, is judging underperformance.

If your sales team doesn't hit its numbers, if your paralegal suddenly takes ages to find the documents you need, if your sous chef slices the carrots instead of dicing them; you need to figure out why it's happening.

And, based on your reading of the situation, you either make changes, which means you must then decide what changes to make, or you don't. After all, anyone can have a bad day or even a...