Gareth Bale is a tireless athlete, and even on the first week of his holidays, he’s still hard at the training. The Welshman had a difficult 2014/15 season at Real Madrid, and there’s mounting speculation that he could be headed for a return to the Premier League. Show More Summary
Before kicking off the Women’s World Cup in Canada this summer, espnW will debut five new documentaries highlighting gifted female athletes from three different sports including three members of the U.S. Women’s National team, a U.S. Olympic athlete and professional … Continue reading ?
Motherwell beat Rangers 3-1 at Ibrox to take a two-goal lead into the second leg of the Scottish Premiership play-offs.
Manchester United is a club that remembers its legends, and some truly great players have worn the red shirt over the years. Arguably their greatest ever, George Best, was at his peak before most of today’s young fans were born, but he’s now been immortalized in song. Show More Summary
BBC pundit Mark Lawrenson on whether Arsenal or Aston Villa will win at Wembley on Saturday.
It’s the final weekend of domestic action in Europe this weekend, but with crucial league matches and major cup finals to sample, it’s probably the most intriguing round of matches we’ve had this season. Saturday will see the final of … Continue reading ?
For football fans who aren’t too into their tennis, this is undoubtedly the highlight of the 2015 Roland Garros tournament. The French tennis open is currently taking place in Paris, and during today’s game between Joe-Wilfried Tsonga and Dudi Sela, the tennis players showed off their football skills with an impromptu rally of foot-tennis. Show More Summary
Six months ago, Bleacher Report's Stan Collymore called for England and the United States to abandon FIFA, world football's international governing body. With the recent arrests and controversy encircling the allegedly corrupt organisation, Stan has not lightened his tone. Show More Summary
Striker Carlton Cole is to leave West Ham this summer along with veteran keeper Jussi Jaaskelainen.
Chelsea arrived in Bangkok today, ahead of their friendly with the Thai All-Stars on Saturday. With the Blues having just been crowned Premier League champions, it’s an odd time to be heading halfway across the world for a friendly,Show More Summary
Roberto Martinez was keen to emphasize that there’s a bright future ahead on the pitch for Everton in a recent interview with some local supporter-run outlets. At the end of a season, which saw the Toffees regress from daring and … Continue reading ?
What a hit, Ryota Nagaki ! The Shonan Bellmare midfielder scored a tremendous free-kick goal in the J-League that was eerily reminiscent of a Cristiano Ronaldo free-kick. He scored his first goal of the season with an unstoppable 35-yard...Show More Summary
Carlo Ancelotti has nothing else to prove to AC Milan or any other club. He could just as easily take a year off, get healthy and find just as big of a job when he comes back. But Milan are special to him. It's the only club he would coach again, he said to Mediaset (h/t Goal). Show More Summary
FIFA President Sepp Blatter reiterated his innocence at the FIFA Congress this evening, in the wake of the arrests of several officials at the organization’s HQ this week. Blatter has for the moment escaped charges – although he is still...Show More Summary
It’s been eons since Aston Villa’s last Cup win – 19 years, to be exact; an eternity for a Premier League football club. And with the Villains facing Arsenal in the FA Cup final this Saturday, the club’s channel has posted this clip of Dwight Yorke scoring in the ’96 League Cup Final against Leeds. Show More Summary
Fifa's presidential election is still likely to take place on Friday, so what can we expect - and what surprises may be in store?
No rest for the wicked! With the Premier League season not even a week old, Chelsea have jetted off to Thailand for a post-season tour, as part of their sponsorship agreements with Singha. And their was pandemonium at Bangkok airport...Show More Summary
Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira and Palermo striker Paulo Dybala have passed their respective medicals and are expected to be presented as Juventus players in the coming days. Khedira was once a fixture in Real Madrid’s starting eleven under former … Continue reading ?
They must really love Chelsea in Bangkok. The reigning Premier League champions are visiting Thailand to take on the Thailand All-Stars on Saturday and were greeted as they arrived on Thursday. One journalist (above) asked Jose Mourinho...Show More Summary
The spectacular raid of FIFA’s HQ in Zurich this week, resulting in the arrest of several top officials, has been met within the world of football. The professional job was carried out by the FBI, who have been rightly credited withShow More Summary