Leroy Sané is just the latest stud coming into his own for Manchester City.
Tuesday afternoon, Lionel Messi was at it again.
Sergio Agüero is coming for the Golden Boot as Manchester City are beginning to roll.
Did David Luiz deserve his red card on Sunday against Arsenal?
Wednesday night, Atlanta United took advantage of crucial mistakes. Wednesday night, they made the New England Revolution look like MLS newcomers.
It’s been a couple cruel weeks via Mother Nature. So our own Harv Aronson, currently residing in Florida, decided to recount historical bad weather games.
Who’s going to be the next sucker to hire Frank de Boer? Because he’s on the open market again! Plus Sadio Mané sees red, and plenty more. What’s next?
Now that it’s September, Harry Kane can start scoring in the Premier League again. And score he did, netting his 100th club goal Saturday morning.
Sadio Mané is arguably Liverpool’s most important player on the pitch at any given time. But Saturday he saw red for this high boot. Was it?
Tuesday evening, it wasn’t looking great for the USMNT against Honduras. Down a goal late, Bobby Wood saved Bruce Arena and his team. For now.
Is it safe to say that Arsenal Football Club are in crisis? If not, it should be. Plus, how many managers are already on the hot seat?
After suffering a terrible knee injury, Zlatan Ibrahimović is back with Manchester United. What should we expect? And, should Romelu Lukaku be worried?
Marcos Alonso didn’t have many chances against Tottenham on Sunday, but he took advantage of them. Plus, how about that Huddersfield Town?
Is it smart for Liverpool to hold on to Philippe Coutinho? While they could be playing hardball, they’re spurning an opportunity to potentially improve.
For Swansea City, Gylfi Sigurðsson was the core that powered their machine. He kept them afloat when it was a struggle. Now that he’s gone, what’s next?
Arsenal came from behind (again); Klopp and Liverpool forgot what defense is (again). The Premier League is back, folks! So what did we learn from Week 1?
Nothing else will top Neymar leaving Barcelona for PSG. Beyond that—he’ll go to France, where he will be the top player. There’s nothing wrong with that.
Acquiring Neymar is all well and good, and there’s bound to be plenty of drama if it indeed does happen. But for PSG, only one thing should matter.