Simon Chadwick (Professor of Sports Enterprise, University of Salford) and Chris Brady (Director, Centre for Sports Business, University of Salford) are the authors of this article which was originally published in The Conversation, an independent source of news and views […]
It’s that silly season of transfers! The Premier League transfer window to closes on August 9th, 2018, while Serie A closes on August 18. La Liga, Ligue 1 and Bundesliga shuts shop on August 31.
Young people’s dedication to Salah is evident in everyday life in Egypt: from dates and cakes named after him, to Ramadan lanterns, graffiti and portraits of him.
FC Barcelona defender Yerry Mina has said that he wants to be a success at the club, according to Spanish newspaper El Mundo Deportivo on Saturday.
Both sides seemed content to let the match go into extra time as Spain knocked the ball around with little intensity.
Coming into the World Cup, both Iran and Morocco were big-time minnows against European giants Spain and Portugal. Both the European teams were favourites for winning the World Cup. Iran were known to be a defensively strong team and […]
In this World Cup, it would not take a genius to figure out that the Ronaldo vs Messi debate is pretty much irrelevant. Below we have discussed a few points as to why we think CR7 has outperformed The Flea. […]
Russia continued spectacular performances on Tuesday in their second World Cup group match with an impressive 3-1 over Egypt although Mohamed Salah returned to the pitch and worked really hard.
32 nations are competing at the World Cup and we have listed all the 23-man squads – with a total of 736 players taking part.
Substitute Denis Cheryshev scored twice as Russia opened their World Cup campaign by romping to a 5-0 victory over Saudi Arabia here on Thursday.
Given their proud history and superb recent form, it comes as little surprise that Brazil will be among the favorites to win the World Cup when the tournament begins on June 14.
English Premier League club Chelsea said Thursday it has put on hold its plans for a 665 million U.S. dollar stadium in London.