Today's soccer News
The Front Office: A Memo to Non-Soccer Fans The year of soccer in Central Florida is on it’s way and according to Tom Veit, it will be a big deal for Orlando. Veit, A.K.A The GM, weighs in on
Well it is early in the 2014-2015 Premier League season but Manchester United has not looked quite right since the season kicked off back in August. Today, the Red Devils are in the sixth spot with 12 points and
The Barcelona club member who filed a lawsuit over the cost of Neymar's transfer fee said Tuesday he has asked his lawyers to withdraw the suit.
Cristiano Ronaldo is in Portugal on international duty and he appeared to be in a non-pleasant mood in his press conference.
So how does a country get a sports event like Soccer’s World Cup? Apparently, the country has to give all sorts of guarantees that the governing body of the sports organization is treated like royalty. Some members of the
Barcelona still supports Catalonia's push to vote on secession from the rest of Spain despite warnings that independence would mean the club's exclusion from the Spanish league.
The president of La Liga said Tuesday that Catalan clubs like Barcelona and Espanyol would be excluded from Spain's top tier should the region succeed
You’ve seen football players slam into photographers and camera guys on the sidelines of college and NFL games. Well, now a soccer player is setting the precedent for graceful sideline collisions. In this YouTube video, pointed out by Brooks
Ligue 1 side Montpellier are left with a huge mess at their stadium, Stade de Mosson, after a storm system came through Monday night.
The FBI investigated threats made against late Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Malcolm Glazer when his family was in the process of acquiring Manchester United