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 By Shaka Hislop

Power Rankings: Barcelona take over on top; PSG climb, Man City fall

Take a behind-the-scenes look at Philippe Coutinho's first moments at the Camp Nou after joining Barcelona.
Barcelona head coach Ernesto Valverde admits he's surprised by Ousmane Dembele's injury setback, but is hopeful his plan of easing the 20 year old back into the squad will still work.
Following their performances in Barcelona's first league win at Real Sociedad since 2007, Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi top this week's Player Power Rankings.

All change at the top! The Spanish league leaders are back at No. 1, capitalising on a first league defeat for their former manager.

Dropping out: Chelsea.

Agree? Disagree? Let us know, and watch Shaka defend his picks on ESPN FC TV!

Shaka Hislop played for over 10 years in the Premier League and represented Trinidad and Tobago at the 2006 World Cup. Watch him on ESPN FC TV!

Barcelona lose unbeaten run but no obituaries as Valverde plots return to winning ways

The FC crew rate the latest rumours as the transfer window hots up.

A lot can change in 153 days. In fact, a lot can change in three days, as Ernesto Valverde regularly points out when encouraged to get carried away by Barcelona's brilliant season so far. But despite being nine points clear at the top of the league, 19 ahead of Real Madrid (who are fourth) and safely through to the Champions League knockout stages, Valverde refuses to get giddy. Instead, he prefers to centre in on football's more capricious qualities.

And there's nowhere where those qualities can...

Lionel Messi penalty miss underlines off night for Barcelona

The ESPN FC panel discuss Lionel Messi's penalty struggles following his latest miss against Espanyol in the Copa del Rey.

BARCELONA -- Lionel Messi missed a second-half penalty as Barcelona's 29-game unbeaten streak was ended by rivals Espanyol 1-0 in the Copa del Rey on Wednesday.

Substitute Oscar Melendo scored the only goal of the game, firing past Jasper Cillessen in the 87th minute to give Quique Sanchez Flores' side the advantage going into next week's quarterfinal second leg at Camp Nou.

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There were few real pluses for Barcelona on a cold, damp night on the outskirts of the Catalan city. If we're clutching...

 By Alex Shaw

Ronaldinho's 'what ifs' are irrelevant, just celebrate one of the greatest ever

Ronaldinho has announced his retirement from football.

If you love football, or even just possess a passing interest in it, you adore Ronaldinho. Upon his retirement, there has been a tendency to lament his career as a mix of "what ifs" but such a solemn reaction doesn't do justice to the greatest player of his generation. Don't be sad it's over, smile because it happened.

For many 20-to-early-30 somethings, Ronaldinho was the original go-to guy on YouTube, a mesmerising mix of outrageous tricks, flicks and goals interspersed with the now-familiar trashy...

 By Tim Vickery

The brilliant Ronaldinho has retired, but his legacy is full of 'what if?'

The ESPN FC crew look back on Ronaldinho's legendary career and persona on and off the pitch after the Brazilian officially announced his retirement.

Now it's official: Ronaldinho will not play any more competitive football.

His older brother and agent, Assis, has announced that farewell matches and events will take place after the World Cup, but one of the most gifted players the game has ever seen will not be kicking any more balls in anger.

In truth, this only makes official what everyone already knew. Ronaldinho has not been seen in competitive action for more than two years. His last serious match was a Brazilian league game for Fluminense...

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Suarez reverses Barca's Anoeta curse to top Player Power Rankings

Following their performances in Barcelona's first league win at Real Sociedad since 2007, Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi top this week's Player Power Rankings.
Get caught up on all the action you might have missed from the weekend in soccer.
Barcelona stormed back in the second half to end a seven-match league winless run at Real Sociedad's Anoeta Stadium with a 4-2 win.

ESPN FC's global editorial desks nominate their top weekend performers. Luis Suarez led Barcelona to their first league win at Anoeta since 2007.

1. Luis Suarez | Barcelona

Why he's here: With Barca trailing 2-0 at Real Sociedad, Suarez sparked the Catalans' comeback by assisting on one goal and scoring two more in a 4-2 win on Sunday.

2. Lionel Messi | Barcelona

Why he's here: Messi netted a goal and an assist himself in Barca's win at Anoeta, breaking Gerd Muller's European record for most...