by Paul Kennedy on Jul 25, 4:25 AM
Whitecaps head coach Carl Robinson says he won't block a move by Canada's hottest young star.
by Paul Kennedy on Jul 24, 7:56 AM
American soccer bemoans pay-to-play. At Kylian Mbappe's hometown club, someone other than parents pays for the same costs.
by Paul Kennedy on Jul 23, 7:46 PM
Mesut Ozil, a mainstay on the German national team for a decade, quit, accusing the German federation of "racism and disrespect."
by Ahmet Guvener on Jul 19, 6:36 PM
This was the only World Cup in my personal history that was officiated to near perfection.
by Mike Woitalla on Jul 18, 9:46 PM
Here's how World Cup soccer used to work: 1 billion people get to see a replay of a crucial incident but the ref doesn't.
by Paul Kennedy on Jul 18, 2:05 AM
If you limit your analysis to the last six World Cups -- 32 teams, 64 games -- Russia 2018 broke a host of records.
by Paul Kennedy on Jul 17, 2:03 AM
The most striking difference between France's 1998 and 2018 World Cup victors is the youth of the new champions.
by Ahmet Guvener on Jul 5, 2:38 PM
Japan panicked a lot in defense, but when it had possession it attacked with elegance, grace and beauty not seen in any other team.