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Ronaldinho's Queretaro sends Club America back to the drawing board

Brazilian legend Ronaldinho put Club America to the sword with two well-taken goals.

On the heels of Club America's 4-0 spanking from Queretaro, the Aguilas team, which had so recently climbed out of a crisis situation precipitated by another loss by four goals to Veracruz, finds itself right back in the darkness of doubt and unanswered questions. The club may yet lift the trophy at the end of the season, but at this point, all that is certain is that the team is not the juggernaut it once was.

Here are three things learned from their latest capitulation:

1. CA fans won't settle...

Philadelphia Union have no shortage of heart but club's vision is lacking

Philadelphia Union managed to get a draw against New York City FC courtesy of a late goal from CJ Sapong at the Yankee Stadium.

At various points last weekend at PPL Park, and again at Yankee Stadium on Thursday night, I found myself listening to Philadelphia's Sons of Ben supporters group bellowing out their adapted version of Millwall's anthem "No one likes us, we don't care."

Based on their overall record, the anthem might be more apt as "No one hates us, we don't care." Since the club's arrival in the league in 2010, various potential rivals have been tried on for size, only for said rivals to refuse the prospect of mutual...

Borussia Dortmund fans pay tribute to Jurgen Klopp in win over Paderborn

Borussia Dortmund responded to this week's news that coach Jurgen Klopp will be leaving at the end of the season with a 3-0 victory over Paderborn that boosts their hopes of getting in the Europa League.

Three minutes before the final whistle, the match was already decided. Borussia Dortmund were sitting comfortably in their 3-0 lead over SC Paderborn. The whole Westfalenstadion rose and fans started to chant Jurgen Klopp's name.

The standing ovations were for the coach, who brought the club back to the limelight. They wanted to honour the man, who brought them seven highly emotional years and a lot of joy, but the man in question was reluctant to chime in.

After the match Klopp lifted three fingers...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsenal, Man City target Real Madrid's Isco to spearhead Premier League tilt

Inter Milan head coach Roberto Mancini has said he would exploit any opportunity to sign Yaya Toure, should the Ivorian express a desire to leave current club Manchester City.
Real Madrid star Isco would be welcomed to the Premier League with open arms...

As the summer window draws ever closer, the transfer rumours and gossip continue to spread ...

Arsenal and City in for Real starlet?

Both Arsenal and Manchester City have made a habit of targeting talented Spaniards in recent seasons, and now the Premier League heavyweights look set to go toe-to-toe for Isco.

The Mirror reports that Real Madrid will consider bids of around £35 million for the 22-year-old Spain international, with Carlo Ancelotti's side reportedly pursuing a deal for either...

 By Rob Train

Ronaldo and Rodriguez carry injury-hit Real Madrid to win vs. Malaga

Footballing legend Pele said that he considers Lionel Messi to be the best player in the world.
Cristiano Ronaldo padded his lead on the top of the La Liga scoring charts, scoring his 39th goal of the season and his 50th overall this campaign.

Real Madrid maintained the status quo at the top of La Liga with a 3-1 win over a committed and inventive Malaga at the Bernabeu, but there was a price to pay. Luka Modric is expected to be out for six weeks after picking up a knee injury and Gareth Bale limped off after four minutes with a calf strain.

The club's manager Carlo Ancelotti knows there is little room for error in the race for the title, hence fielding his strongest possible team, but prospects for the upcoming Champions League derby...

Javier Pastore's double carries a subpar PSG past OGC Nice

Paris Saint-Germain manager Laurent Blanc explains his side's win against Nice was a very important one.

Paris Saint-Germain took top spot in Ligue 1 back from Olympique Lyonnais on Saturday, for 24 hours at least, with a 3-1 win over OGC Nice at Allianz Riviera.

Former PSG man Mathieu Bodmer had threatened to make life difficult for Laurent Blanc's men with an equaliser before half time, but Javier Pastore's double and an Edinson Cavani penalty were ultimately enough to seal three important points.

The Argentinian was the star of the show, netting his first Ligue 1 double for Les Parisiens since he...