Tottenham survive Barca struggle to keep stadium dream alive
The poster had become an embarrassment for Tottenham but perhaps they will have the last laugh after all.
Ancelotti frustration as Napoli denied "cherry on the cake"
Carlo Ancelotti conceded it was a bitter pill to swallow as Napoli came so close before being denied a place in the Champions League knock-out rounds with a dramatic 1-0 defeat to Liverpool at Anfield on Tuesday.
Citadel of Grace Home wins Kidsports Charity Cup
The Citadel of Grace Home returned as champions of the yearly Kidsports Charity Cup held at the Campos Mini Stadium on Lagos Island during the weekend. The Kidsports Charity Cup, which is in its 10th edition, is a yearly football competition among orphanages and less-privileged homes in Lagos State. The tournament, which was played on…
PFA backs Sterling after alleged racist abuse
The Professional Footballers' Association said Monday it stood "shoulder to shoulder" with Raheem Sterling after the Manchester City player suffered alleged racial abuse during his side's defeat against Chelsea.
'Try something new, come to Italy,' Ronaldo urges Messi
Cristiano Ronaldo has urged long-time rival Lionel Messi to be more like him and push his limits by challenging himself in another league than Spain.
Tottenham face make-or-break Barcelona clash
Tottenham are sitting pretty in the Premier League but face a potentially season-defining match against Barcelona in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Liverpool turn to Salah to summon Gerrard's spirit for Napoli showdown
Liverpool must again rely on fortress Anfield to inflict Napoli's first Champions League defeat of the season if they are to avoid the disappointment of a group stage exit just over six months since appearing in last season's final.
Bale snaps drought as Real Madrid edge past struggling Huesca
Gareth Bale ended a run of 802 minutes without a goal in La Liga as Real Madrid won 1-0 at bottom side Huesca on Sunday to climb back to within five points of leaders Barcelona.
Afghan football chiefs suspended over sex abuse on women's team
Afghanistan has suspended five officials including the president of the country's football federation over allegations of sexual and physical abuse against the national women's team, officials said Sunday. The decision comes days after President Ashraf Ghani ordered the attorney general to conduct a "thorough investigation" into what he called "shocking" claims of abuse by male…