Trending: West Ham appoint David Moyes on initial six-month contract
Tuesday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending ...
- Former West Ham defender Alvaro Arbeloa has taken a swipe at Slaven Bilic, saying the Hammers' decision to sack him was "better late then never."
- David Moyes is a on a run of failure and West Ham fans are unconvinced by his appointment. He finds himself at a club struggling with its identity, writes John Brewin.
- Former Manchester United and England defender Phil Neville is in the frame for the Sunderland manager's job after rejecting a reunion with Moyes at West Ham, sources have told ESPN FC.
- WATCH: Is Moyes the right man for West Ham?
- New Balance says it will "vigorously defend itself" after a report said Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini is suing the company because its boots injured his feet.
- Either United are not getting the ball to Mkhitaryan or he is not making himself available to receive it. Either way, for the No. 10, it's a concern, writes Rob Dawson.
- Antonio Conte insisted that dropping David Luiz from his squad for Chelsea's 1-0 win over Manchester United was purely a "tactical decision" and praised Andreas Christensen's "amazing" performance in place of the Brazilian.
- Conte has played down speculation that he could take over AC Milan next season, while the Serie A club have also moved to dismiss any rumours of contact with the Chelsea manager.
- N'Golo Kante says his hamstring still does not feel "100 percent" despite producing an impressive performance on his return to action as Chelsea beat Manchester United 1-0 at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
- WATCH: How Chelsea beat Manchester United
LIVERPOOL: Steven Gerrard believes Mohamed Salah has been Liverpool's best player this season "by a mile."
- RB Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita has appealed against a penalty order for submitting a fake driver's licence, a Leipzig district court spokesman has told ESPN FC.
BRAZIL: Liverpool midfielder Philippe Coutinho is unlikely to be available for Brazil's friendly against Japan due to a muscle injury, says Brazil's team doctor, but could play against England four days later.
ENGLAND: Raheem Sterling, Fabian Delph and Jordan Henderson have become the latest withdrawals from England's injury-hit squad.
- Tammy Abraham says there was never any prospect of pledging his international future to anyone other than England, despite Nigeria making overtures to him earlier this year.
- Danny Rose has praised Mauricio Pochettino and Gareth Southgate, his managers for club and country, for giving him another chance, after outspokenness and injury left his Tottenham and England futures in doubt.
- Tottenham duo Harry Kane and Harry Winks have withdrawn from the England squad with West Brom midfielder Jake Livermore called up as a replacement.
- The disaster of Euro 2016 allowed Greece to get back to their signature defensive football, a style they hope to ride to next year's World Cup, writes Michael Yokhin.
- The continent's final World Cup participants are set to be decided this weekend in tantalising match-ups across Africa, here are the games to watch.
- Midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin has denied he was sent home from training after it was reported that on Saturday that he and Kevin Mirallas were involved in a session at the club's Finch Farm complex ended early after their attitudes were questioned by coaching staff.
BAYERN MUNICH: Sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic has said he will take the ideas of Lothar Matthaus on board when signing new players.
AC MILAN: Torino president Urbano Cairo has said there have been no recent transfer approaches for Andrea Belotti but stressed that the forward is happy to be at the club.
MARSEILLE: Marseille fans have told Patrice Evra he is no longer welcome at the club after the defender kicked a supporter in the head.
LIGUE 1: Nabil Fekir told Canal+ he did not regret the goal celebration that sparked a pitch invasion during Lyon's derby win over St Etienne on Sunday.
REAL MADRID: Former Real Madrid player and coach Bernd Schuster says you can see in Cristiano Ronaldo's face his personal frustration at having scored just one La Liga goal so far this season.
- Known as L'Architetto, Andrea Pirlo walks away from the game having built so much, writes James Horncastle.
CHINESE SUPER LEAGUE: Fabio Cannavaro has quit as head coach of Chinese Super League side Tianjin Quanjian, paving the way for a possible return to seven-time champions Guangzhou Evergrande.
ARGENTINA: Velez Sarsfield coach Omar De Felippe has resigned after being spat on by a fan of the Superliga Argentina side.
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