Goliath, meet David
Two heavyweight games on Sunday follow on from a reunion at Upton Park on Saturday
Africa’s celebration of the beautiful game has ugly consequences for club sides in Europe
A slew of games around Christmas and New Year’s could decide the Premier League standings
Would there be pre-match handshakes? Would there be crowd ejections? And would a soccer match actually break out amidst the bad blood between the West London rivals?
In all my years of watching Queens Park Rangers, it’s hard to recall a more unpleasant individual pulling on the famous blue and white hooped jersey.
As fans across the world prepare to keep tabs on the twists and turns of the final 90 minutes of the 2011/12 season (perhaps slightly more if Sir Alex Ferguson gets his way), Keeping Score offers a preview of the six games that …
The producers of American reality-TV shows a decade ago figured out what European soccer administrators (and before them, promoters of Roman gladiator bouts) have always known: There’s a compelling spectacle in any clash where …
The debate over goal-line technology is the talk of the soccer world yet again.