Remember when all those footballers were going to China? Well, one is coming back. Brazilian midfielder Paulinho is headed to Bayern… for some reason.
Monday’s humiliating defeat at Selhurst Park was just another chapter in a very disappointing season for Arsenal. How much worse could it get?
Some teams will always have more money or power than others. Still, a lot of fans seem to crave parity when it comes to football. But why?
Tuesday afternoon came and went, and with it, Leicester City knocked off Sevilla to advance to the quarterfinals. How? What’s going on? And what’s next?
Tuesday afternoon, PSG took a much-needed step forward. Wednesday afternoon, Arsenal tried to follow suit. Instead, they crashed and burned. Again.
You may not like how RB Leipzig has come to be; you certainly don’t have to. But it’s not their fault other Bundesliga clubs can’t get their act together.
Remember in 2013 when Spanish football died? Well, we’re this close to an All-Spanish Europe. What else has happened since the BVB-Bayern final?
Diego Simeone is a mastermind, whether you agree with Atlético’s style or not. Bayern Munich is a powerhouse, but will have to press more. Who takes it?
The UCL’s semi-final stage kicks off Tuesday, and while we’re once again graced with four powerhouses, each matchup promises something interesting.
There’s everything to play for—will Real overturn their two-goal deficit? Will Bayern take one step closer to Pep’s elusive UCL trophy? And much, much more.
Can Wolfsburg rise to the occasion once more? Was Suárez lucky to escape punishment? Was PSG/MCFC the perfect draw at this stage? With leg 1 of the UCL quarterfinal stage in the books, we take a look back.
Ticket price protests are surrounding Liverpool, and a continued lack of success doesn’t help.
Pep Guardiola takes over at Manchester City next season, and he’ll be just fine.
The absence of Kevin De Bruyne has really started to slow down this Wolfsburg side.
As the Bundesliga begins their winter break, we check out the clubs that have surprised us.
It’s December 23, 2015, and PSG lead Ligue 1 by 19 points. What’s happened?
Despite their tumultuous start, Augsburg appears to have found their way again.