Tottenham’s spine last season of Lloris, Alderweireld, Dembélé and Kane have been separated by injuries often this campaign. Until now, finally.
Like the UCL, the Europa League group stage has come and gone. Were there any surprises? And, what intriguing matchups lie ahead?
The UCL group stage has come and gone, and with it, a couple of surprises have looked our way. What does it mean going forward, and who drops into Europa?
The debate over implementing safe standing spaces at matches has raged on for years. But now, it’s looking like more of a reality across England.
So often, football is straightforward. It wasn’t last year with Leicester City, while this season, clubs like Nice and Leipzig are stirring things up.
Ever since their dominance over Manchester City, it’s all been pretty dire for Tottenham Hotspur. And now, they have Arsenal to prepare for.
These aren’t the same Spurs from just a handful of years ago. And while missing Harry Kane is undoubtedly huge, they are capable of grinding it out.
Will Pep Guardiola ever let Yaya Touré back into his Manchester City team? If not, the once talismanic midfielder has had one helluva run.
In recent seasons, Adebayor, Balotelli, and Bendtner have been more trouble than they’re worth. With Mario finding his form, what’s next for the others?
Once Marc Wilmots resigned as Belgium boss, it was time for the federation to find the man who would lead their golden generation. Is It Roberto Martínez?
With the rumored transfer fee for Paul Pogba hovering around £95-£100 million, we look back at record fees throughout the years. Where did it all begin?
The 2016-17 EPL season is still a couple weeks away and we’re already looking at seven managerial changes. Moyes is back! Who’s next on this carousel?
Tonight, it’s One Nation taking on the World’s No. 1 (and 2014 World Cup runners-up) Argentina. What should we look for?
Tonight’s the night: the USMNT take on Ecuador for a spot in the Copa América semi-finals. How will each line up? Where do each hold the advantage?
Group D looks to be a two-horse race between Argentina and Chile, but will we see a surprise or two?
It’s time we look ahead to Copa América’s Group C. From Edinson Cavani to Javier Hernández, the favorites in this group are not short on star power.
We turn to Group B—Will Brazil recover from their 2014 humiliation? The answer may lie with Marquinhos. Will Enner Valencia rediscover his form for Ecuador?
We’re this close to kicking off Copa América Centenario. From Joel Campbell to Michael Bradley, we’ve got four players from Group A to keep an eye on.