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 By Tony Evans

Liverpool's nine European Cup and Champions League semis, revisited

ESPN's Mark Ogden believes Liverpool would be foolish to write off AS Roma, who he feels are capable of beating any team at the Stadio Olimpico.
Steve Nicol reflects on Liverpool's 1984 European Cup final against Roma, which ended in triumph despite his missed penalty.
Steve Nicol reflects on Liverpool's 1984 European Cup final against Roma, which ended in triumph despite his missed penalty.
ESPN's Alison Bender previews the Champions League semi-final matches where Liverpool take on AS Roma and Real Madrid face Bayern Munich.

Liverpool host AS Roma on Tuesday night in their Champions League semifinal first leg. It might be their first appearance in the last four of Europe's top competition since 2008, but it's certainly not their first overall. Tony Evans looks at how they fared in previous appearances.

1965 European Cup semifinal
Liverpool 3-1 Internazionale, Inter 3-0 Liverpool

Anfield's first involvement in the continent's most prestigious competition was one of the most disappointing. They were drawn against Inter,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Andres Iniesta steals the show in Copa del Rey final to top Power Rankings

The ESPN FC crew compare the Barcelona side that thrashed Sevilla 5-0 with the one that was upset by Roma in the Champions League.
Barcelona's relentless attack pummeled Sevilla to become the first team since 1933 to win Copa del Rey four years in a row.
Catch all the action from Serie A's top teams as Napoli trimmed Juve's Serie A lead to just one point.

ESPN FC's global editorial desks nominate their top weekend performers. Andres Iniesta lifting the Copa del Rey for Barcelona tops this week's edition.

1. Andres Iniesta | Barcelona

Why he's here: If Saturday was Iniesta's last final for Barcelona, it was the perfect way to go out. His man-of-the-match performance culminated in his name being sung out by both Blaugrana and Sevilla fans alike, and a 30th Copa del Rey trophy for the Catalan club following a 5-0 victory at the Wanda Metropolitano.

2....

 By Nick Hornby

Nick Hornby: Arsenal free to dream of better future after Arsene Wenger exit

The FC crew discuss the timing of Arsene Wenger's decision to leave Arsenal, his legacy after 22 years at the club and what he will do next.
Arsene Wenger delivers his verdict on Arsenal's win over West Ham, what the future holds for him after his 22-year tenure ends and more.
With the Arsenal managerial job now available, the FC crew assess the possible successors to Arsene Wenger and the challenges they will face.

(Editors' note: We asked Nick Hornby -- novelist and screenwriter who wrote about his obsessive fandom of Arsenal in "Fever Pitch" -- to assess the news that Arsene Wenger was leaving Arsenal Football Club after 22 years as manager.)

LONDON -- The school that my sons attend, a stone's throw from Highbury Stadium, a slingshot from the Emirates, does not allow mobile phones on the premises. Every morning, my boys and the friends that walk to school with them leave theirs in our kitchen, where...

 By Nick Miller

Shilton, Buffon, Banks vs. Pele among World Cup's greatest ever saves

FIFA president Gianni Infantino tells Gab Marcotti about his hopes that the 2018 and 2022 World Cups change negative perceptions of Russia and Qatar.
ESPN's Alison Bender takes you behind the scenes where the likes of Neymar, Ronaldo and Eden Hazard were on hand to reveal Nike's World Cup kits.

This article has been edited and first appeared on ESPN FC on May 30, 2014.

While the World Cup is mostly memorable for the goals and brilliant moments of skill it produces, it has also seen the finest goalkeeping football has to offer.

Here are 10 of the best saves from down the years ...

10. Peter Shilton, England vs. Cameroon, 1990

England's World Cup team from 1990 is often romanticised -- and with good reason -- but it's easy to forget that they were pretty lucky to reach the semifinals. From...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

Premier League: What is still at stake in the 2017-18 season?

Manchester City have wrapped up the Premier League title with a month to spare. It's the first thing to be decided this season, but there's still lots to play for in the remaining weeks. Here, we take a look at the outstanding issues.

*Denotes has played one game more

Champions League places

Who qualifies: Positions 1-4 (group stage)
Who's in already: Manchester City
Who's still in contention: Manchester United (74), Liverpool* (71), Tottenham Hotspur (68), Chelsea (63)

A change to the Champions...


 By Chris Wright

Arsene Wenger: 21 reasons to love or hate him after 21 years at Arsenal

The FC crew discuss the timing of Arsene Wenger's decision to leave Arsenal, his legacy after 22 years at the club and what he will do next.
The guys respond to your tweets about Arsene Wenger's Arsenal exit, his place among the all-time greats and more.
With the Arsenal managerial job now available, the FC crew assess the possible successors to Arsene Wenger and the challenges they will face.

This article was first published in May 2017.

Arsenal fans have had a love-hate relationship with Arsene Wenger in recent seasons. So, as he has revealed he will be leaving the club this summer after 21 years, here are 21 reasons to love, or hate, Le Professeur. Warning: Some things below cannot be unseen (in a good and bad way). 

Love Wenger

That zip. It's hard not to feel empathetic towards a man who's been trying to put his coat on for over 20 years and still somehow manages to find himself...