• South America backs UEFA's Infantino for FIFA president
    Conmebol president Juan Angel Napout said the South American body would vote "as a bloc" (10 votes) for UEFA's Gianni Infantino for the FIFA presidency at the February election for a successor to Sepp Blatter.
  • South America backs UEFA's Infantino for FIFA president
    Conmebol president Juan Angel Napout said the South American body would vote "as a bloc" (10 votes) for UEFA's Gianni Infantino for the FIFA presidency at the February election for a successor to Sepp Blatter.
  • Sanchez injury adds to Arsenal's woes
    How bad is Arsenal's injury crisis? Chilean Alexis Sanchez's hamstring injury against Norwich means every Gunner field player except Costa Rican Joel Campbell has been injured in 2015. All 23 of them. Laurent Koscielny and Santi Cazorla also suffered knocks at Carrow Road. The match ended in a 1-1 tie, leaving the Gunners fourth in the EPL two points off the pace.
  • Mourinho wants Arsenal to suffer Champions League elimination
    There is no love loss between Jose Mourinho and Arsenal, so it is no surprise that the Chelsea manager would like to see Olympiakos reach the last 16 of the Champions League at the Gunners' expense. Arsenal needs to win at Olympiakos -- and win by 2-0 and with more than three goals -- to avoid elimination.
  • Real Madrid fans condemned for 'Clasico' chants
    The Liga de Futbol Profesional, the Spanish league's governing body, denounced Real Madrid fans for offensive chants coming from the official "Animation Section" during the match against Barcelona at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.
  • Van Gaal: Leicester City can win EPL
    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says surprise Premier League leader Leicester City is a serious title contender. "It is possible, I think," he said ahead of their meeting on Saturday. The Foxes, who finished 14th last season, are one point ahead of second-place United.
  • FC Twente president quits amid Doyen Sports probe
    Aldo van der Laan has resigned as president of Dutch club FC Twente after the club was accused of breaching Dutch rules and risked losing its operating license.
  • Commanding Champions League win won't ease worries for Chelsea
    Chelsea's comfortable 4-0 win over Maccabi Tel Aviv puts the Blues on the top of Group G in the UEFA Champions League, but does it mean they have put their troubles behind them?
  • Mixed reaction -- from same man -- to Russia's protectionist move
    Russia, host of the 2018 World Cup, is moving to bolster the development of young players by limiting the number of foreigners club teams will be able to have on the field at any given time.
  • Gerrard ready to learn from Liverpool's Klopp
    LA Galaxy midfielder Steven Gerrard confirmed he will return to Liverpool next week but only to train. He ruled out returning the Reds during the MLS offseason on a loan move
  • Luis Enrique hails Barcelona pressure after another breathtaking display
    Barcelona put on another breathtaking performance when it beat Roma, 6-1, in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday. Lionel Messi was back in the starting lineup and helping the Spanish champions tear apart Roma but Coach Luis Enrique focused on the pressure they put on their opposition as the key to their success.
  • Perez Stands by Benitez Despite 'Clasico' Drubbing
    Real Madrid president Florentino Perez rebuffed calls from angry fans demanding that he and coach Rafael Benitez resign following Real's humiliating 4-0 loss at home to rival Barcelona in the La Liga "Clasico" on Saturday.
  • Wenger: Coquelin to Miss Two Months
    Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger on Monday announced that influential holding midfielder Francis Coquelin will be sidelined for at least two months with a knee injury. The 24-year-old suffered ligament damage during Saturday's 2-1 Premier League loss at West Brom.
  • FIFA Opens Cases Against Blatter, Platini
    FIFA ethics judge Joachim Eckert on Monday formally opened cases against FIFA president Sepp Blatter and UEFA president Michel Platini for alleged financial wrongdoing.
  • Belgian Lukaku to Move Family out of Brussels
    Everton striker Romelu Lukaku, who scored twice as the Toffees trounced Aston Villa 4-0 on Saturday, has revealed that he plans to move his family out of the Molenbeek district of Brussels because of the increased terror threat in the capital city.