Soccer


Nigeria ace Ighalo joins Shenhua

Nigeria international striker Odion Ighalo has joined Shanghai Greenland Shenhua from relegated Changchun Yatai, the Chinese Super League club announced yesterday....

February 15, 2019, Friday


Dortmund in crisis after 4-game winless run

Bundesliga leader Borussia Dortmund is going through its first crisis under coach Lucien Favre....

February 15, 2019, Friday


Icardi stripped of captaincy

Mauro Icardi has been stripped of the Inter Milan captaincy in favor of goalkeeper Samir Handanovic, the Italian club said yesterday....

February 14, 2019, Thursday


Sanchez in the United spotlight as injuries floor Lingard, Martial

In over a year at Manchester United, Chile forward Alexis Sanchez hasn’t even got close to the form he showed at Arsenal, where he was one of the English Premier League’s most respected forwards....

February 14, 2019, Thursday


WCup-winning England ‘keeper Banks dies

Gordon Banks, the World Cup-winning England goalkeeper who was also known for blocking a header from Pele that many consider to be the greatest save in soccer history, has died....

February 13, 2019, Wednesday


Sarri state for Chelsea coach after City loss

The squad has been publicly undermined. There’s been grumbling about the lack of contact from the owner....

February 12, 2019, Tuesday


Dalian unveils Choi as new boss

Dalian Yifang announced Choi Kang-hee as its new head coach after the South Korean manager’s short stay with troubled Tianjin Tianhai....

February 12, 2019, Tuesday


Scholes appointed manager of fourth-tier Oldham

Former Manchester United and England midfielder Paul Scholes has been appointed as manager of Oldham Athletic, the club announced yesterday....

February 12, 2019, Tuesday


Spurs see off Foxes to stay in hunt

Goals from Davinson Sanchez, Christian Eriksen and Son Heung-min helped Tottenham Hotspur overcome Leicester City 3-1 in an entertaining English Premier League match at Wembley Stadium yesterday....

February 11, 2019, Monday


Qatar won’t be distracted by eligibility row, insists coach

Qatar coach Felix Sanchez said his team would not be distracted from the “most important match in the country’s football history” by a protest over the eligibility of two of its best players at the Asian...

February 1, 2019, Friday




 

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