The balls are drawn and the groups are set. We profile this season’s UEFA Champions League
The cavalry have come for FIFA at last and, with them, the first hope in years that the rot that runs so deep through global soccer might be cleansed.
Real Madrid’s decision to fire Carlo Ancelotti is consistent with twelve years of the Perez presidency, yet still defies belief and logic
Parma FC’s imminent demise is tragic, and should serve as a warning to the risks of modern football ownership
Madrid fans wanted “a worthy rival for a decent derby.” They got exactly what they wished for – and then some.
In committing Paco Alcacer and Nicolas Otamendi to the club long-term, Valencia CF have finally broken the cycle of debt and selloff that characterized their agonizing decade.
Well, we’ve reached it. We’re now ten games into another season of the English Premier League, with so much excitement so far. In November 2013, it was a straight-up fight […]