Global Soccer News for 11 Feb 2019
The Paraguay star joined Newcastle from Atlanta United after capturing an MLS Cup
The Spanish club is in pursuit of more European glory, the manager says.
The Bluebirds boss says some family time is more important for his squad given the events of recent weeks
Three-time defending champion Real Madrid appears to have hit its stride again just in time for the return of the Champions League. The knockout stages begin Tuesday with Manchester United …
The Uruguayan believes that his team-mates need to talk more as a run of draws continued with Sunday's stalemate at San Mames
The Argentine failed to make an impression as Barca were held to their third draw in eight days, but his coach believes he is top condition
Jamie Vardy missed a penalty with his first touch after coming on as a substitute in Leicester's 3-1 defeat to Tottenham.
The Frenchman's solo strike brought back memories of Cristiano at Old Trafford, but his boss warned that following such an example would not be easy
Neil Warnock has abandoned plans for Cardiff to take a mid-season break so that he and his players can reflect on the Emiliano Sala tragedy in privacy with their families.
Anthony Martial has the ability to emulate Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester United, according to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The veteran says he has no problem with the PSG star thinking of him as a father figure and feels they have grown thanks to their friendship
The 24-year-old scored 18 league goals on the way to the title last season and has 12 so far this term
Scottish Cup holders Celtic have drawn Hibernian in the quarter-finals, while Aberdeen will face either Kilmarnock or Rangers.
IRVINE, Calif. — The most famous resident of Port Williams, N.S., was said to be Benjamin Belcher, a militia leader who was victorious in the Battle of Cape Split during the American Revolution.... Yes, that battle. "Who?" said Jacob Shaffelburg, another son of the small Nova Scotia village, when asked if he had ever heard […]
Goal correspondents Peter Staunton, Kris Voakes and Sabrina Belalmi give us their thoughts on who will emerge victorious at Old Trafford
The Englishman wants harsher punishments following alleged abuse aimed at Mohamed Salah by Hammers fans
Maurizio Sarri's days could be numbered at Chelsea due to the club's past success with changing managers mid-season, says Jamie Carragher.
Sky Sports News' report into racism within football in the UK is a "real eye-opener", says Kick It Out's Troy Townsend.
Katrien Meire has left her role as Sheffield Wednesday chief executive after just 13 months in office.
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The European tie against Bayern Munich comes at exactly the right time for the Reds, according to their former winger
The Argentine signed for the north London club in 2017 and says his countryman was a major factor
Thomas Tuchel knows Paris Saint-Germain will face a Manchester United side revitalised under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the last 16 of the Champions League. After qualifying top of a group that also... included Liverpool and Napoli, the Ligue 1 champions were dealt a tough hand in the first knockout stage when drawn against United, albeit […] The post Confident United will be a tough challenge – Tuchel appeared first on Soccer News.
Norwich City strengthened their lead at the top of the Championship after easing past fierce rivals Ipswich Town at Carrow Road on Sunday afternoon. Onel Hernandez put the hosts in front inside two... minutes, while top scorer Teemu Pukki put the result beyond doubt with two second half strikes - his nineteenth and twentieth league […] The post Championship Review – Matchday 31 appeared first on Soccer News.
The use of video technology has been a major talking point since its introduction, but, despite complaints, more competitions are using it