Andreas Christensen sought John Terry advice after dip in form at Chelsea | Football | The Guardian
Christensen sought out Terry, now at Aston Villa but a visitor to Chelsea’s training ground this month, for reassurance after mistakes in recent high-profile matches
Sports photographer on West Ham chaos & other occupational hazards - Planet Football
What's it like to be a pitchside photographer?
World Cup squads: Who is on the plane to Russia, and who is in limbo?
As countries look to formalise their World Cup squads, ESPN FC's country correspondents discuss who is on the plane to Russia and who could miss out.
Delusions of grandeur: why the downfall of 1860 Munich is a case for Germany’s 50+1 rule
Few clubs receive the same ridicule as 1860 Munich, who now languish in the fourth tier, with a volatile owner looking to establish total control without 50+1.
Paul Pogba's childhood idols: Pele, Maradona, Zidane ... Waddle? | SI.com
Manchester United and France midfielder Paul Pogba has surprisingly named ex-England winger Chris Waddle as one of his childhood idols.
Luke Shaw can be one of the world’s best left-backs, says Ashley Young | Football | The Guardian
Ashley Young believes Luke Shaw can become one of the best left-backs in the world.
Why I was wrong over Mohamed Salah, Liverpool's Egyptian king | Barney Ronay | Football | The Guardian
I do love it when journalists admit they were wrong.
World Cup 2018: Nick Pope on journey from milkman to England squad - BBC Sport
Nick Pope says a call-up to the England team was a "far off possibility" when he was working 4am shifts as a milkman.