Monday, August 3, 2015
The Arsenal and Chelsea managers have no time for each other, but they need to make sure their bitter feud does not cross the line, writes Greg Stobart.
Sunday, August 2, 2015
The Spain international winger had a lively game despite Barcelona being defeated 2-1 by Fiorentina on Sunday but was it his last outing for the club amid Premier League talk?
Sol Campbell and Ray Parlour have outlined exactly what the north Londoners can take from their imperious predecessors, with the defender keen to see a midfielder signed.
Saturday, August 1, 2015
A 4-2 defeat to Stuttgart in the final game of preseason will send alarm bells ringing for Manuel Pellegrini, who heads into the new campaign with a haphazard defense
Friday, July 31, 2015
With MLS news currently dominated by new big-name signings entering the league, in-form clubs like Vancouver are poised to earn the kind of attention all MLS clubs should strive...
The Portuguese rarely passes up an opportunity to express his disdain for Wenger, but there are lessons to be learned from the Gunners boss in the art of longevity.
Thursday, July 30, 2015
The Orlando City playmaker put on a show in his first appearance at the league's showcase event, earning MVP honors after recording a goal and assist.
Kaka stole the show to help the MLS All-Stars beat Tottenham, but it was Don Garber's confident statement about the state of the league that stood out.
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
There have been promising signs in midfield and attack over the preseason tour, but United's defense remains a work in progress at best, writes Kris Voakes.
The current UEFA supremo announced on Wednesday that he will stand to be the next president of FIFA - but can he reform football's crisis-hit governing body?
As MLS prepares to play its 20th All-Star Game, the league's midseason showcase is in need of an overhaul, which could include an East vs. West format.
The Portuguese has lashed out at the new Real Madrid boss, but is he genuinely concerned about the Spaniard's potential to eclipse his success or just up to his old tricks?
After seeing the U.S. national team suffer its worst Gold Cup finish since 2000, the head coach is facing the wrath of unhappy fans. His job is safe, but should it be?
The Belgian was in scintillating form but the striker continues to struggle with injury, while Luis Suarez looks ready for the season to begin, writes Jamie Dunn.
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
The Monterrey outfit has made headlines for its big payroll, but the team's lesser-known names have put it in the Copa Libertadores final, writes Jon Arnold.
The manager's everyman attitude turned into his downfall as the team enters a time of turmoil after winning the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup, writes Jon Arnold.
The Portuguese says people might be "surprised" by how much Arsenal has spent in the last few seasons, but the figures show that Chelsea has spent significantly more.
The famous Argentine outfit has experienced its fair share of disappointment over the past few years but could soon be crowned South American champion, writes Marcus Haydon.
Monday, July 27, 2015
The former Chelsea star brings the star power that the Impact desperately needed, writes Nick Sabetti.
Allegations of corruption, deplorable fan behavior and poor playing conditions have turned an enticing tournament into a sideshow, writes Thomas Floyd.