Saturday, April 25, 2015
The manager appears to be building a promising side, but the eternal problem with Tottenham is that the club never feels like a finished product, writes Liam Twomey.
The Tottenham manager has a clear idea of the players he wants to sell this summer, with a squad overhaul set to take place as he enters the second year of a five-year contract.
Friday, April 24, 2015
The Seattle Sounders face the Portland Timbers in a Cascadia Cup clash Sunday night.
Thursday, April 23, 2015
The German scored the crucial opener in Fiorentina's 2-0 Europa League win over Dynamo Kiev - but only three minutes after the visitors' Dutch forward had been sent off.
The local product has overcome obstacles on and off the field en route to becoming the Houston Dynamo's No. 1 in goal.
Try as they might, the Impact have had every chance to bow out of the CONCACAF Champions League — but they haven't, writes Rudi Schuller.
A first league title for five years was always the priority this season but if the Special One truly wants to build a dynasty, he must put his faith in youth, says Liam Twomey.
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The winger returned to Germany from Chelsea to seek regular minutes at Wolfsburg but has found the net only once in his first 16 games, writes Brian Oliver.
The inspirational leader moved to a midfield role to take care of Atletico and has stepped up once again in Europe, writes Paul Macdonald.
The young Argentine has had a huge impact on his new club's season — not least in the Champions League — since joining from Udinese, writes Kris Voakes.
The Gunners have enjoyed a superb run of form, making this weekend's clash with the Blues a true acid test for Arsene Wenger's men, writes Harry Sherlock.
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
The Mexican striker sealed a precious win for Real with a late strike against Atleti at the Santiago Bernabeu to keep hopes of a second successive trophy alive, writes Ben Hayward
Diego Simeone's men pride themselves on their combative style, but it worked against them as they crashed out of the Champions League.
Writing for Goal, the Atletico Madrid coach acknowledges Jan Oblak and Miguel Angel Moya have left him with a selection headache.
The Real Sociedad boss was sacked from his post at Old Trafford a year to the day. But was it all doom and gloom under the Scot? Richard Jolly examines.
The Argentine could well return to his homeland this summer, leaving a huge gap for the Bianconeri to fill. Kris Voakes looks at some potential replacements.
Goal speaks to a renowned sports psychologist to ask how Real Madrid can banish its recent blues versus the Rojiblancos.
Were the Blancos wrong to cash in on the academy product, given the club's injury issues ahead of Wednesday's Champions League clash with Atletico? Mark Doyle examines.
Last fall, Jurgen Klinsmann's decision to play Jermaine Jones at center back made sense. Now the change may no longer be necessary, writes Ives Galarcep.