Sergio Romero: Manchester United goalkeeper unhurt after car crash - BBC Sport
Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero is unhurt after crashing his car near the club’s training ground.
Gini Wijnaldum pulled down Maguire’s pants, hurled them into the wind - Planet Football
The key to Liverpool’s success has been the way the stand-out performances have been shared around the squad.
Adama Traore is taking the Premier League by storm – but his rise hasn’t been a simple story | FourFourTwo
The rise and rise of Wolves’ standout player this season is a lesson not just to young players, but coaches too.
RB Leipzig among Bundesliga clubs chasing Manchester City starlet Jayden Braaf | Daily Mail Online
Bundesliga clubs are circling Manchester City’s prodigious winger Jayden Braaf in a sustained pursuit of young talent in England.
“More European football is good for the game”: the evolution of the European Cup and what comes next
Football may have changed since Silvio Berlusconi’s crusades in the 1980s, but the changes that he forced through transformed the game into a commodity.
The USMNT prospects still waiting for their first call-up from Berhalter | SBI Soccer
When Bill Hamid earned his first U.S. Men’s National Team call-up under Gregg Berhalter, his name came off the list of top USMNT prospects still waiting for their first chance to be part of Berhalter’s project.
Romain Alessandrini announces he’s leaving the LA Galaxy | Pro Soccer USA
Alessandrini played in just five games during the 2019 season.
Megan Rapinoe is out and proud in new kids book about USWNT stars - Outsports
”On the Field with Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan, Carli Lloyd, and Mallory Pugh” does not hide the fact Rapinoe is gay, it celebrates her coming out.
USMNT’s Jozy Altidore - Toronto FC mishandled Michael Bradley’s injury
USMNT and Toronto FC star Jozy Altidore said the ankle injury to his club and country teammate Michael Bradley was “handled poorly.”
‘The reality is I am an addict’ – Hamilton Academical manager opens up on gambling problem | Football | The Guardian
The head coach of Hamilton Academical, Brian Rice, has reported himself to the Scottish FA for a breach of their betting rules.