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For many football fans, today one of the most important days on the football calendar.
Spurs will be hosting Liverpool this weekend. And, for better or worse, this fixture has become known for some demoralizing losses for the home side.
Playing in the NWSL is a dream for many young women footballers. But it’s not always an easy life.
The Nigeria men’s U23s had a tumultuous run in the Olympics. But it looks like they’re getting a happy ending.
Fans and reporters praised Rogers’ handling of the situation as the post circulated. And in the wake of the news spreading, MLS and USL both said the problem would be dealt with.
For now though, we saw United get off to a good start, Chelsea rally late, and Liverpool run into a spot of bother. If you missed anything this weekend, we’ll get you caught up.
The retired Arsenal legend met the returning star at United’s Carrington training facility and engaged him in a wide-ranging conversation.
It wouldn’t be a summer transfer window without some sort of drama surrounding Mario Balotelli.
This week we look back at the opening weekend of the 1996-97 Premier League season, and the goals worth remembering.
As I get older I feel more and more like the things that can give us joy and meaning in life are being co-opted and used against us.
The hosts couldn’t resist asking Fischer if he still had it in him and set up a goal onstage to see if he could still pull off a bicycle kick. Spoiler alert: he can.
For better or worse, much of what makes soccer what it is today— from its unmatched popularity around the globe to its rapacious commercialization— can be attributed to former FIFA President João Havelange. Today, the retired lawyer, businessman, and Olympic athlete is dead at age 100.