It’s probably fair to say that the usual suspects all picked up their fair share of the votes at this year’s Ballon d’or awards. There were a few names in there that likely won’t be there next year – Leicester City duo
If Arsene Wenger is being scrutinised this much now with 18 months remaining on Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez’s Arsenal contracts, just imagine what it will be like if neither sign a new deal before next summer. The Arsenal boss has faced
Gareth Bale is on the 30-man shortlist for the Ballon d’Or after France Football announced the first five names in contention and one of the most shocking news is Lionel Messi has not been named in the initial nominees. The Welsh winger joins Sergio
Getting off to a good start can be so important in the Premier League, a world where momentum and confidence can often count for more than innate quality alone. Here’s a look at nine individuals who have started 2016/17 in dazzling form.
Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne is set to be out for the next four weeks due to a hamstring injury that he has suffered in their side’s 3-1 victory against Swansea City. The 25-year old has been arguably the best player
Barcelona, Sep 12 (IANS) Belgium forward Kevin De Bruyne lavished praise on his football club Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, saying the high-profile coachs arrival has offered City a “new beginning” and led to their flying start in the English Premier League
As if it were even possible, the Manchester derby has taken on yet more significance this season as Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola resume their long rivalry on English soil. City will make the short trip across to Old Trafford on Saturday
Euro 2016 has been very popular although for wrong reasons. Since the start of the tournament, Euro went on with numerous controversies both on-field and off-field. the 15th edition of the tournament, however, saw some breath-taking matches as most of the group