LONDON, ENGLAND, UK (OCTOBER 23, 2017) (FIFA) – Real Madrid’s Portugal striker Cristiano Ronaldo was crowned the best soccer player in the world for the second year running at FIFA’s The Best awards gala on Monday (October 23). Continue reading
European Club Association chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says Europe’s top clubs are unhappy with the expansion of the World Cup and calls sport’s governing bodies to reduce the number of international matches.
Luis Enrique blames errors and pressure from City for Champions League defeat.
Brazilian football legend Ronaldinho has a near miss when a traffic light signal collapses just in front of the car he was travelling in.
Banned UEFA chief Michel Platini has announced that he’s giving up his bid to become FIFA President. Yiming Woo reports. Continue reading
Michel Platini’s lawyers say the Frenchman could face a life ban from soccer
Brazilian football legend Pelé asks students to work harder instead of thinking themselves to be the best, during an interaction in India’s eastern Kolkata city
UEFA head Michel Platini is somewhere between a witness and an accused person in a soccer corruption probe, Swiss prosecutor says.
UEFA President Michel Platini says in a statement that the payment he received from FIFA was fully declared to authorities in accordance with Swiss law.
Rooney scores his 50th goal for England during match against Switzerland to break Bobby Charlton’s 45 year old record.