Messi Does Not Need a World Cup Win to Be the Best, Says Brazilian Legend
FOX Sports Lionel Messi has never won the World Cup with Argentina and will be 35 by the time QatarRead more.
Cameroon Clubs Take Caf to Cas over 2019 Hosting Rights
BBC Cameroon are set to host the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations instead of the 2019 finals The body representingRead more.
FIFA Urges Referees to Abandon Games for Racism
Agencies After the racist chanting directed at Kalidou Koulibaly during the Inter – Napoli game football’s authorities want the rulesRead more.
Football in 2018
Scroll Football in 2018: A Remarkable World Cup is the Highlight as Modric Ends Messi-Ronaldo Domination Messi and Ronaldo’s WorldRead more.
Oblak Is the Wall of the Metropolitano
MARCA The ball flew across the turf of the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano as Espanyol’s Borja Iglesias sent it goalwards, withRead more.
Chiefs’ Next Potential CAF Opponents
Soccer Laduma Kaizer Chiefs’ 6-0 aggregate win over Elgeco Plus in the CAF Confederation Cup means that just one teamRead more.
Barcelona and Lionel Messi Dominate La Liga in 2018
Evening Standard Barcelona and Lionel Messi Dominate La Liga in 2018 as Real Madrid Play Catch-up Again LaLiga has notRead more.
Premier League: Duffy to Make Brighton Return
RTE Winger Ryan Sessegnon missed Saturday’s goalless Premier League draw at Newcastle with a groin strain and could return asRead more.
World Cup Winner Denies Signing With Bayern
SOCCER Les Bleus international Benjamin Pavard has long been linked with a move away from his modest club Stuttgart afterRead more.
Premier League Asks Fans not to Show Aggression or Discrimination
BBC The Premier League has appealed to fans to be “positive and respectful” following recent allegations of racism and abuseRead more.
Michel: Whenever We Are Close to Our Best Level, We will Be Competitive
MARCA Rayo Vallecano head coach Michel has ensured that his side will be competitive in their visit to face RealRead more.
FIFA Leader Infantino Wins SE Asia Support for Re-election
AP FIFA President Gianni Infantino, gestures before the 2018 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup final soccer match between Mexico andRead more.