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Man United's Rashford on Ronaldo comparison: It's a compliment

Marcus Rashford reveals how he feels about comparisons to former Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo.
Ole Gunnar Solskjær praises Mason Greenwood, but suggests Manchester United need more players.
Craig Burley is uncertain Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's 'good week' changes the long-term view at Old Trafford.
Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial spark a stunning win for Man United at Man City.

MANCHESTER -- Marcus Rashford has played down Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's comparison with Cristiano Ronaldo by insisting he still has a long way to go to match the feats of the former Manchester United star.

Solskjaer said it was "easy" to compare Rashford and Ronaldo after the England forward scored his 13th goal in his last 14 games in the 2-1 win over Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium.

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Arsenal are a challenge few managers could handle. Who should they hire?

Craig Burley explains why Carlo Ancelotti isn't right for Arsenal despite his history of managerial success.
Gab Marcotti examines Carlo Ancelotti's chances of returning to the Premier League after being sacked by Napoli.
Alejandro Moreno says Marcelino to Arsenal rumours won't happen as he has seemingly already ruled himself out.
The FC crew debate whether Arsenal should stick with Freddie Ljungberg after his first victory at the helm.

Arsenal are taking their time. The pace of change is glacial.

They could have jumped straight in to get Carlo Ancelotti after he was fired by Napoli on Tuesday. But the inside word from ESPN sources is that for all his pedigree, the 60-year-old Italian is not high on the Gunners' wish list. It's a surprise. On the face of it, the old charmer seems a good fit at a club that likes to think it has class and style.

Over 1,000 matches and 20 trophies -- including a league and cup double at Chelsea...

Mourinho: Klopp's Liverpool contract extension is 'good news'

Jose Mourinho believes Jurgen Klopp's new Liverpool deal is great news for Liverpool and the Premier League.
Steve Nicol believes Jose Mourinho's presence is exactly what Tottenham needed to wake up their attack.
Ale Moreno feels Barca should break the bank for Harry Kane, not Inter's Lautaro Martinez.
Jose Mourinho admits he has watched Tottenham Hotspur's loss to Bayern a few times but won't show his players.

LONDON -- Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho has said that Jurgen Klopp signing a new long-term deal at Liverpool is "good news" for the Premier League.

Klopp, who is ranked the No. 1 manager in ESPN FC 100, signed a contract extension, keeping him at Anfield until 2024.

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Chelsea's Pulisic still has a lot more to offer - Lampard

Craig Burley addresses Chelsea's transfer plans. Watch the entirety on ESPN FC's YouTube channel.
Craig Burley is unsure of striker Timo Werner's transfer plans with RB Leipzig in the Bundesliga title race.
Craig Burley feels that Chelsea's relatively weak group helped them bounce back from a poor start.

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has said Christian Pulisic has a lot more to offer the Premier League yet.

Pulisic, who was voted U.S. Soccer's Male Athlete of the Year for 2019 to become the youngest two-time winner of the award, struggled to adapt to life at Chelsea at first but since a hat trick against Burnley in October he has gone on to become a key player for his side.

"There's a lot more to come," Lampard said. "He gets himself in so many great positions with his talent and his dribbling ability...

The Premier League's next evolution: Is the obsession with possession coming to an end?

In "The Mixer," Michael Cox tells the story of Manchester United winger Andrei Kanchelskis (1991-95) muttering "English football is s---" as he stormed off the practice field, protesting what he felt were pointless crossing drills. Kanchelskis wasn't wrong. In the years following the Heysel ban, as English teams were reintegrated into European football competitions, it had quickly become clear that English football was stuck in the dark ages. No team advanced beyond the second round of the European...