Wednesday, July 1, 2015
Uefa have only addressed Fifa's problems 'marginally' during the Uefa executive meeting in Zurich says German FA President Wolfgang Niersbach.
The defeated semi-finalists' coach thinks the 6-1 loss does not take away from their achievements at Copa America 2015
Scott tactician optimistic towering striker will rise to the occasion and fire Kenya to the next round of Chan qualifiers against Ethiopia on Saturday
Argentina finally showed up at the Copa America and did so in style as the hammered Paraguay 6-1 in the semi-final, with Angel di Maria scoring two. Argentina now face hosts Chi...
K'Ogalo come from a goal down to hold Kenya's Harambee Stars to a one all draw in a friendly played at Nyayo Stadium and keep unbeaten record
Following the nation's Copa America quarter-final exit, the Selecao legend has criticised the Dunga's decision to pick those playing in non-prestigious leagues
Goal selects the standout stars from the finals in the Czech Republic which saw a number of Europe's brightest talents take centre stage
Carli Lloyd made the European nation pay for a missed penalty with a converted one of her own before Kelley O'Hara's strike sealed the win
Chile coach Jorge Sampaoli admitted his side had overcome their most difficult opponent in defeating Peru 2-1 to reach the Copa America final.
COMMENT: Gerardo Martino's men produced an extraordinary exhibition of attacking football to beat Paraguay 6-1 and send a message to the hosts ahead of Saturday's final
The Barcelona star didn't find the net but was at his creative best as Tata Martino's side cruised through to the Copa America final in Concepcion
The two sides drew 2-2 when they met earlier in the competition but now must battle it out for a place in the final
Rui Jorge's side failed to live up to the expectations set by the 5-0 hammering of Germany in the semis, succumbing on penalties after 120 frustrating minutes in Prague
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
The two sides go head-to-head in the final of the Under 21 European Championships and you can follow it LIVE with Goal!
The ex-Juventus boss has reportedly been indicted for charges relating to his time at Siena, but the FIGC president insists he will not lose his job
Peru coach Ricardo Gareca commends his teams commitment but admits Carlos Zambrano's 20th minute red card in their Copa America defeat to Chile gave them an uphill battle.
A controversial sending off for Peru and a match- winning double by Eduardo Vargas saw the host team, Chile through to their first Copa America final.
Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has thanked God for saving Allan Wanga and his family following an accident, and also wished the striker luck in South Africa
The Colombian continued his public fawning over the Rojiblancos - despite the club procrastinating on paying the Porto forward's buyout clause
The former Barcelona boss did not want to be faced with the prospect with having to knock out his old side in order to reach the final