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Arsene Wenger and the story of why he really decided to leave Arsenal

Journey back in time to soak in Arsene Wenger's finest moments at Arsenal during his nearly 22-year career with the club.

Officially, he wasn't pushed. He jumped. But it's the sort of leap you take into thin air when a group of board members with machetes have chased you to the top of the building and there's no way out. At some point the haze will clear, the retrospectives will end, the tributes will fade and we'll be left with one incontrovertible fact.

Arsene Wenger was asked to leave.

Many would argue that it should have happened sooner. Maybe they are correct, but that's an argument for another time....

Juventus, Gigi Buffon and Real Madrid must close officiating can of worms

Gianluigi Buffon didn't hold back when asked about the penalty decision at the end of the match that gave Cristiano Ronaldo the opportunity to squash Juventus' comeback.

How about we all take a step back and keep the hell away from that Pandora's Box?

That means you, Marca, who saw fit to devote Tuesday's front page to the following concept: the accusations of pro-Real Madrid refereeing bias might hurt Zinedine Zidane's team against Bayern Munich.

And you, Juventus president Andrea Agnelli, who accused UEFA head of refereeing Pierluigi Collina (who happens to be Italian) of being so obsessed with appearing transparent and unbiased that he ends up penalizing...

Pep Guardiola vindicated for doing things differently with Man City

The FC crew delve into Man City's evolution during Pep Guardiola's second season in charge and debate whether winning the Premier League put his critics to bed.

"Another Way of Winning" is one of several biographies written about Pep Guardiola and, over the weekend, it became a realized prophecy in the Premier League, as the Catalan manager claimed his first title.

And Manchester City didn't just win. They won big and, in some ways, bigger than any other team in the history of English football.

With five games remaining, they are on pace to set a new top-flight mark for points (95 is the record; they have 87) and wins (30; 28). Plus, they're on track to...

Roma rewarded for dreaming big as Di Francesco masterminds Barca downfall

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti explains why Roma's comeback is one of their greatest moments in Europe, while the FC crew delve into where things went wrong for Barcelona.

And to think that some Roma fans wanted them to tank...

On Monday, the talk in some quarters -- particularly among the local radio stations that provide the soundtrack to any taxi ride in the Eternal City -- was that Roma boss Eusebio Di Francesco should play the long game.

The club were obviously not going to come back from a 4-1 deficit against Barcelona in their Champions League second leg, so why not conserve their energy for Sunday's Serie A derby against Lazio?

It made sense, didn't it? Beating...

Manchester's Jekyll and Hyde derby, Real play it safe, Bayern's title joy

It was about as Jekyll and Hyde as you get in the modern game. At half-time, Manchester United were 2-0 down away to Manchester City, they'd touched the ball just once in the opposing area and they were probably wondering the best way to escape the Etihad at the final whistle so as to miss the title celebrations.

Then came some talk from Jose Mourinho about how they wouldn't want to look like "clowns" and then, the second half and the three-goal blitz in the space of 16 minutes that sunk City...

Chelsea undone by mature Spurs, Juve's in-game changes, Messi magic

The ESPN FC guys look ahead to the Champions League quarterfinal first leg between Liverpool and Manchester City.

The one major question mark left in the Premier League season -- other than relegation -- was effectively answered when Tottenham won 3-1 at Chelsea to tighten their grip on fourth place. Chelsea, in fifth, are eight points back with seven games left and trail Liverpool, who have played one more game, by 10. It's not impossible that the reigning champions claim a Champions League place, but it's hugely unlikely.

The game turned in a most classic way: A goal just before half-time. Chelsea scored...