The Football League Awards took place last night, and, as well as the usual gongs handed out, the Team of the Decade was announced.
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Real Madrid are cruising against Granada in La Liga, thanks in large part to an eight minute hattrick from Cristiano Ronaldo.
In a week where a number of international teams launched new away jerseys – including a fake black and gold England mock-up – the most important image of a football shirt may be the one currently whizzing around social media at the moment. This image, first previewed by football kit leak specialists Footy Headlines, is […]
SD Eibar are the smallest club, with the smallest stadium, with the smallest budget to ever play in La Liga history – this is their story.
Things haven’t started too well for Borussia Dortmund against Juventus tonight but the pre-match display in the stands was superb.
Former Manchester United team mates Wayne Rooney and Phil Bardsley got it on in a kitchen, and there was only one winner. Now at Stoke City, Bardsley proved that he’s no slouch with the boxing gloves as he laid Rooney out on the floor with a perfect shot. “Boys will be boys” as they say.
Even with all the diving, shirt-pulling and horror tackles in the game the act of spitting is still seen as one of the worse things a player can do to a fellow professional. So Manchester United’s Jonny Evan could find himself in the bad books after footage has emerged of him apparently lobbing a lurgy in […]
As Barcelona claimed a 2-1 victory over Manchester City in the first leg of their last 16 tie, Jordi Alba’s attempt to win a penalty didn’t go unnoticed.
In a day full of controversial red cards, the standout incident was down in England’s sixth tier after an fracas involving Worcester City’s Saab Khan. Reacting to a nasty challenge from his Stockport County’s Charlie Russell, Khan flipped out, literally, hoisting the tackler up before slamming him down onto the turf. Pretty unbelievable scenes of you ask us. […]
Chelsea slipped up at home to Burnley today, and Jose Mourinho was far from pleased with referee Martin Atkinson.