One wonders what could have been if Diego Maradona had been protected, from himself, by others but also by the game. Read the whole story
Neglected by sanctimonious critics is that Maradona's handball goal vs. England, then his goal of the century, came after suffering brutal fouls. Read the whole story
Unlike Pele before him or stars like Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo more recently, Maradona rarely played in the United States. Read the whole story
The documentary draws on mostly unseen archive footage from Diego Maradona's Napoli years. Read the whole story
Perfectly encapsulating the vibrant, spontaneous, happy way he played the game -- this famous video clip shows Diego Maradona match the ball with music. Read the whole story
France (2). Delphine Cascarino (Lyon), Wendie Renard (Lyon).
Australia (1). Sam Kerr (Chelsea).
Denmark (1). Pernille Harder (Wolfsburg/Chelsea).
England (1). Lucy Bronze (Lyon/Man. City).
Germany (1). Dzsenifer Marozsan (Lyon).
Japan (1). Saki Kumagai (Lyon).
Netherlands (1).Vivianne Miedema (Arsenal).
Norway (1). Caroline Graham Hansen (Barcelona).
Spain (1). Jennifer Hermoso (Barcelona).
South Korea (1). Ji So-yun (Chelsea).
Eligibility: Minimum 15 games over period of July 8, 2019 to Oct 7, 2020.
For most U.S. players, their last games were in the NWSL Fall Series, which ended in October. Read the whole story
1. Gio Reyna (18), Bor. Dortmund, 4 games, 3 starts, 1 assist
2. Sergino Dest (20), Barcelona, 3 games, 3 starts, 1 goal
3. Weston McKennie (22), Juventus, 3 games, 1 start
4. Christian Pulisic (22), Chelsea, 2 games, 1 start, 1 goal
5. Tyler Adams (21), RB Leipzig, 2 games
6. Ethan Horvath (25), Club Brugge, 1 game, 1 start
7. *Chris Richards (20), Bayern Munich, 1 game, 1 start
8. Konrad de la Fuente (19), Barcelona, 1 game
*Became record 8th American to appear this season in 3-1 win over Salzburg.
Also eligible: Alex Mendez (Ajax), Zack Steffen (Man. City).
Two players tested positive on Sunday, the day after the opening playoff win. Two more players returned positive results in Tuesday's testing. Read the whole story
1. Thousands mourn soccer legend Maradona in Buenos Aires By Almudena Calatrava and Debora Rey (AP)
2. Sources: LA Galaxy duo Efrain Alvarez, Julian Araujo in USMNT squad By Tom Marshall (ESPN)
3. Liverpool and Arsenal among Premier League clubs who can welcome back fans after Covid-19 tier announcement By Stephen Darwin (Goal.com)
"Our trainer was attacked by fire ants and we had to call an ambulance. It's been a crazy year," said John Harkes in the … Read the whole story