Plenty of hits and misses but now it’s time to move on and let the foot and the ball do the talking
The summer has been a series of hits and miss, just like a game of football. No panna here but lots of tiki-taka as to who goes where
We are back with the transfer gossip, rumours and news for the upcoming 2019-20 season
Neymar was accused of rape by Brazilian model Najila at a Paris hotel in May.
Match officials encounter an array of hostile behaviours from players, coaches and spectators ranging from verbal abuse to physical assault.
Some players live up to the expectations and prove worthy of the huge investment, while others fall short of the expectations
Women footballers point to pay gaps at both the club and federation level in many countries
Will Brazil turn their misfortunes with a silverware or will Messi & Co. rampage through the tournament?
On Sunday, the Brazilian took to social media to deny the allegation and said he was “really upset” with people knowing his true character.
In an emotional interview, Neymar cannot help but thank Messi for being a stronghold in his career.
The dance of the money also gave dividends to the players that stayed loyal to their clubs like Lionel Messi but not all footballers get paid equally.
The 20-year-old Kylian Mbappé from France was regarded as the world’s most valuable soccer player in a report by the International Centre for Sports Studies (CIES) Football Observatory.