L’Équipe, a nationwide daily newspaper in France which devotes itself to sports stories, has published its annual list of the current highest-paid Football players and coaches.
The Champions League is nearly upon us, and the world’s most beloved football clubs have been hard at work choosing the players who will represent them there. (more…)
Not only is Ronaldinho considered to be one of the best players of his generation, but he also is regarded by many to be the single greatest football player of all time. You read that right, the best football player in history!
It’s no secret that Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the world’s best footballers thanks to his quick reaction times and incredible sporting skill. However, one of the player’s Portugal team mates has now stepped forward to confirm this legendary status, telling the world that Ronaldo is just as good as they think he is.
Manchester United’s player injury issues aren’t over yet, according to the iconic English club in a recent set of statements. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has announced that Paul Pogba is likely to be out of action until this coming December, which unfortunately means that he’ll miss Wednesday’s upcoming Carabao Cup game at Chelsea.
According to local sources, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola will have cash to spend this coming January after his board chose to allocate funds for new signings. Manchester City, the British Premier League champs, made a tepid start to their title defence recently, and trail leaders opposition team Liverpool by 8 points after a total of 8 matches.
Unai Emery is stirring controversy with a statement about one of his club’s most popular players. In light of his young side beating Standard Liege in the Europa League last Thursday, Emery has said that some other players “deserved” a spot in Arsenal’s squad more than Mesut Ozil does.
Teen footballer Mason Greenwood’s first goal as a senior ensured that Manchester United got a strong start to their Europa League battle against Astana at the Old Trafford stadium.
Iconic Algerian international footballer Adam Ounas has returned to France at long last.
The player has returned two years after his initial departure, which was prompted by a temporary transfer to the Allianz Riviera (or Stade de Nice) stadium.