Sunday, December 21, 2014
It was a big year for Mexican soccer both domestically and abroad, and Goal counts down the best five moments.
The defender's 97th-minute header rescued a point for the Reds against Arsenal, but their manager must still prove his worth in the weeks to come.
The AC Milan star says he will not put on a different persona just to be loved and hopes to become a bigger star for France in the coming months.
Saturday, December 20, 2014
Los Blancos completed a memorable year with the clinching of the FIFA Club World Cup against San Lorenzo in a largely one-sided final
The 30 million pound signing scored his first Premier League goal for Spurs with a brilliant 25-yard curler in Saturday's 2-1 win over Burnley at White Hart Lane
Friday, December 19, 2014
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The top-four rivals meet on Sunday and Goal takes a look at the key battlegrounds, from a marquee Gunners signing who might have moved to Anfield to a goalkeeping dilemma.
After failing to fulfill his potential at Roma, the controversial Frenchman returns to the Italian capital on Saturday having been a revelation at his new club.
Thursday, December 18, 2014
These Mexico-based stars could end up across the pond before the transfer window closes.
The two strikers moved clubs for the same amount of money this summer, but one has slotted in to his new surroundings with ease while the other has floundered badly.
A football research group analyzed the worth of the players on the 2014 Goal Transfer List – and it makes better reading for some clubs than others.
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
The Oceania champions gave a terrific account of themselves against the cream of South America but were struck down in extra time by Mauro Matos.
The retired striker was a star in many nations but remains underrated in his homeland of France.
Goal Transfer List 2014: As is often the case, it takes just one mega deal to trigger money being fired in multiple directions within the football marketplace.
The top four players on the Goal Transfer List all hail from South America, with their tough upbringings giving them an edge lacked by Europeans.
The chairman intends to take a less involved role in the football operations and transfer business after repeated mistakes which have hampered the club's growth.
Over the course of five transfer windows, the Blues have transformed an unbalanced and aging squad into one of the deepest, most youthful and talented in Europe.
The biggest summer signings for Barcelona and Real Madrid feature prominently in Goal's Transfer List, but which of the two will prove the better bargain?
Real Madrid's 4-0 win over the CONCACAF Champions League winner was a fair barometer of the difference between La Liga and Liga MX.
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
There's not a club in Europe that can match Real Madrid, so the best that the CONCACAF region had to offer was always going to struggle.