Christian Pulisic says US expectations on him can be 'too much' | SI.com
Christian Pulisic has admitted that the pressure on his shoulders when playing for the U.S. national team has been occasionally overwhelming.
Coutinho texted former Liverpool boss Rodgers ahead of Barcelona move
Brendan Rodgers has revealed Philippe Coutinho sent him a text message shortly before he completed his £142 million move to Barcelona.
USMNT January Camp: Most intriguing storylines, players | SI.com
This is a U.S. men's national team January camp unlike most others, given the tumultuous times for U.S. Soccer, but there are still elements worth watching as training begins in California.
When Saturday Comes - Italy’s VAR trial: 45 “game-changing” interventions and plenty of controversy
Video technology has resulted in 18 penalties awarded, seven rescinded, ten red cards and ten disallowed goals.
VAR decision took too much time, says Wenger - Football365
Arsene Wenger didn't seem convinced that the video assistant referee (VAR) worked well during Arsenal's 0-0 draw against Chelsea.
How does the video assistant referee (VAR) work? - BBC Sport
If you're still curious, referees' chief Mike Riley explains how the video assistant referee (VAR) system works.
The 'catch' behind Sheffield Wednesday's season ticket refund offer to fans - The Star
Sheffield Wednesday have revealed the terms and conditions behind their season ticket refund offer to fans.
Manchester United hit back at Sevilla by charging away fans £89 for tickets | Football | The Guardian
Manchester United will charge Sevilla supporters £89 to see their team at Old Trafford after the Spanish club refused to change their prices for away fans
Spitting is reviled but is it really football’s most heinous crime? | Paul MacInnes | Football | The Guardian
A six-game ban for the Leeds player Samuel Sáiz is the mandatory FA punishment for spitting but is it really twice as bad as elbowing or punching?