Premier League clubs are often seen fighting with each-other, with deep rooted rivalries getting the better of them.
The Red Devils have just signed a new contract with EA Sports and the club was quick to show just how good Pogba looked in the his new kit.
In a YouTube video titled 'Pep's Taxi', the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager surprises the Braydon Brent, who had no idea he would be meeting his idol.
Arsenal fans took to twitter to troll former captain Robin Van Persie, after the 32-year old was rejected by West Ham.
The Brazilian, who will be a Juventus player next season, posted a video on his Instagram, showing him opening a beer bottle with his foot.
During Euro 2016, Iceland has captured the hearts of millions and now airline Iceland Air has come up with an advert which will increase your love for the team.
As a football website, we bring to you an assemblage to show how football aficionados on Twitter reacted to this.
The picture shows the kit being displayed on a manikin along with it being hung up and being sold on the railings.
Adidas has released a video to celebrate Dele Ali's fearless style of play.
Capturing the portraits of the men who brought terror to the terraces of English football, ushering a dark age in British sporting history
Paul Pogba's mother has made a sensational claim about how her son was treated by then Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
Just days after celebrating with his lookalike, Jamie Vardy has blocked him on twitter.
30th May is a special day for Liverpool fans from around the world, as it was on this day thirty-six years ago that Steven Gerrard was born.
Daniel Sturridge was trolled on twitter after Rashford scores on England debut.
It took few seconds for the news to go viral on Twitter making Jose Mourinho the hot topic of discussion.
1. Vardy was released by Sheffield United as a youth player Jamie Vardy played for Sheffield United in his youth years and was subsequently released by the club at the age of 16 after which he joined Stocksbridge Park Steels. 2. Vardy then joined seventh-tier club Stocksbridge Park Steels Vardy got his first call to the senior team at Stocksbridge Park Steels senior team at the age of 20. The England International was called up for the first team in 2007. The Club played in the Northern Premier League’s Premier Division which is the seventh tier of English football. 3. The Stylish Striker earned just £30 a week Vardy used to earn a mere £30 a week while playing for the Stocksbridge Park Steels, and so to pay the bills he worked as a technician in a medical splints. And even though it seems a thing of the distant past, it shows how far he has come. 4. The England International has been a goal-machine since the beginning of...
Here are seven facts you didn't know about England star Jamie Vardy.