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 By Tony Evans

Liverpool's slump is a reality check: the club must plan transfer business better

Steve Nicol gets flustered wondering why Jurgen Klopp left Joel Matip on the bench to start their match against Swansea.

Jurgen Klopp should have seen this coming. Liverpool's winter woe has followed almost the same pattern as last year, with December and January bringing disappointment after the optimism of late summer and autumn. Their lacklustre performances over the past 13 games have created a minor crisis at Anfield and now the next three games, in three different competitions, will help determine the direction of the season.

First, Klopp's side need to overturn a one-goal deficit to Southampton in the second...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Sergio Ramos' latest heroics top this week's Player Power Rankings

Craig Burley evaluates this week's player power rankings, with Sergio Ramos on top after helping Real get back on track.

Also receiving votes: Roberto Firmino (Liverpool), Hector Moreno (PSV Eindhoven).

Let us know what you think of the countdown by commenting below or on Twitter using #ESPNFCrankings.

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Premier League title race set for dramatic finish despite Chelsea lead

Arsenal have now moved into second in the Prem table, but the FC panel are skeptical if anyone can threaten Chelsea.

But for an Alexis Sanchez penalty, eight minutes into stoppage time, to give Arsenal a 2-1 win against Burnley at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, Chelsea may well have started planning for their Premier League title parade in SW6.

Until Sanchez denied Burnley a dramatic late point with his contentious spot-kick, it had been the perfect weekend for the Stamford Bridge side.

Before Antonio Conte's players had even kicked a ball, Liverpool had suffered their first home defeat in 12 months, 3-2 against...

 By Nick Ames

Three reasons for Gabon's African Nations Cup humiliation on home soil

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Aubameyang did little to inspire his side.

GABON -- On Sunday night, Gabon became the first host nation to exit the group stage of the African Nations Cup since Tunisia back in 1994, after drawing 0-0 with Cameroon. Here are three reasons why the team captained by Borussia Dortmund star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang fell flat.

Aubameyang was lethargic

It might sound harsh to expect more from a striker who scored two goals in three group games and is, indisputably, a level above most of his teammates, but there was a nagging sense that Aubameyang...

 By Nick Ames

Unfinished stadiums, political unrest becloud great football at AFCON

ESPN FC's Colin Udoh previews the African Cup of Nations and explains why he supports a 48-team World Cup.
Salomon Kalou says African football can only develop from more countries participating in the AFCON.
Gabon head coach Jose Antonio Camacho said there are no communication difficulties in his squad with different dialects.

The Malian fans roared and, just for a moment, you felt the gold-coloured roof might lift off Stade de Port-Gentil. Their team had been threatening an equaliser in the Group D fixture against Ghana for most of the second half; a late corner was a chance to increase the pressure and from behind the goal came that fevered, visceral sense of a crowd trying to will the ball into the net.

It did not happen for Mali, largely due to the excellence of the Ghana goalkeeper Razak Brimah, but for the impartial...

 By Nick Ames

Ghana and Egypt earn narrow wins to set up African Nations Cup progress

Avram Grant says Ghana could have scored more goals but is pleased with his side's maturity in their win over Mali.

PORT-GENTIL, Gabon -- On the bumpiest of pitches, Ghana and Egypt -- the two giants of Group D -- did not enjoy the smoothest of rides but did eventually see off obdurate opposition to strengthen their cases as contenders for the African Nations Cup.

It was hardly a day on which anything came easily. By the end of Egypt's last-gasp, 1-0 win over Uganda, the surface at Stade de Port-Gentil had cut up like a Sunday league park pitch; it was visible evidence of two bruising games that left the defeated...