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Man City's road to the quadruple is clear, but do they have the energy to complete a historic season?

Manchester City are chasing history. Their trip to Craven Cottage to face Fulham on March 30 marks the first of a potential 15 games in 64 days that could end with Pep Guardiola and his players becoming football immortals.

No English club has ever achieved a clean sweep of every competition they have entered in a season. Manchester United famously won the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League in 1999, while Liverpool pulled off the league, League Cup and European Cup in 1984. They also...

Man United's dual cup runs were inconceivable just three months ago

Speaking on 'That FA Cup Podcast' Steve Nicol and Paul Mariner preview Manchester United's quarterfinal tie at Wolves, live on ESPN+ on Saturday.
Shaka Hislop and Alexis Nunes give their early predictions of how the Champions League quarterfinals will pan out.
Man United coach Michael Carrick speaks to ESPN about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's impact since taking over as manager.

Let's put excitable thoughts of Manchester United versus Barcelona and a possible Champions League semifinal against FC Porto aside for a minute and think about Wolverhampton, venue for United's Saturday's FA Cup sixth-round game (3:55 p.m. ET, ESPN+).

For United, this season's FA Cup run is becoming as memorable as 1990, when Sir Alex Ferguson won his first trophy at the club. Then, every cup-tie victory seemed like a job saver for the manager, and every one of them was away from home. If United...

Champions League predictions: Barcelona to beat Man United? City to edge Spurs?

The draw for the Champions League quarterfinals has thrown up some classic ties as Europe's biggest clubs attempt to reach this season's final in Madrid.

Tottenham face Manchester City in an all-Premier League tie, while there are two heavyweight clashes between multiple winners with Ajax, conquerors of Real Madrid, facing Juventus and Manchester United taking on Barcelona.

Liverpool will believe they have one foot in the next round after being paired with FC Porto, but with the draw also mapping...

Relive the UEFA Champions League and Europa League quarterfinal draws

Gab Marcotti delves into the Champions League quarterfinal ties of Ajax vs. Juventus, Liverpool vs. Porto, Tottenham vs. Man City and Man United vs. Barcelona.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will return to the scene of one of his most famous nights after Manchester United were drawn against Barcelona in the quarterfinals of the Champions League.

There is an all-Premier League clash between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City, while Liverpool's challenge for a Champions League and Premier League double sees them come up against Porto and Ajax face Juventus.

Catch up with the draw here.


Ajax vs. Juventus
Liverpool vs. FC Porto
Tottenham Hotspur...

Champions League still belongs to Ronaldo and Messi despite Premier League's strong showing

So, English football is back, capped by Liverpool's victory in Munich on Wednesday night, but is the Premier League ready, once again, to dominate the Champions League? With four English clubs reaching the quarterfinals for the first time since the 2008-09 season, we may be on the cusp of a new period of European domination by the richest league in the world. Just don't expect that to begin without Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi having something to say about it.

The Champions League round...

Bayern Munich's humiliation vs. Liverpool must lead to change

Steve Nicol credits Liverpool for their return to the final eight of the Champions League, despite not playing to the high standard they set last season.

Early exchanges at post-match press conferences are often anodyne affairs, but on Wednesday night an ashen-faced Niko Kovac was immediately confronted with the most important, most uncomfortable question his team's 3-1 defeat had raised.

"What was your idea for the game?"

Kovac's reply spoke volumes. The 47-year-old started by congratulating Liverpool for being the "better team," then went on to say that Bayern's tactics were to employ a "controlled offensive" in recognition of their opponents'...