It was another action packed weekend in Europe. Juventus and PSG extended their lead in their leagues while Ronaldo and Messi continues to dazzle in Spain.
The enigmatic Wayne Rooney is no more. Whatever unfolds in his story, it seems we're getting closer to the conclusion of his time at Manchester United.
Neymar has attracted interest from a host of European clubs but Santos coach Muricy Ramalho thinks he'll play for Barcelona like Ronaldo, Romario & Rivaldo.
EUROPA LEAGUE: Chelsea couldn't recover from a first half penalty as Newcastle managed to hold out Anzhi. Spurs managed an emphatic win over Inter Milan.
Aston Villa manager, Paul Lambert, talks about what he learned from his time in Germany, Borussia Dortmund's current success, Jurgen Klopp and a lot more.
Speaking to the press for the first time since Manchester United were knocked out of the Champions League, Sir Alex Ferguson addressed some key issues at his pre-weekend press …
QPR are still rooted firmly at the foot of the table, a place they have occupied for most of the season and they have only a few weeks to …
Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko could leave the club in the summer as hinted by manager Roberto Mancini but which clubs could afford him?
Christian Eriksen has emerged as number one summer transfer target for Tottenham and Liverpool after he refused to sign a new contract at Ajax.
Tottenham, Newcastle and Chelsea will be competing in tonight's Europa League Round of 16 and they have a point to prove. Can they get positive results?
Rio Ferdinand was pardoned by UEFA for sarcastically clapping the referee but Manchester United could be charged with breaching post-match regulations.
According to the latest financial accounts, QPR's revenue have increased but the club is struggling to cut the rapid and astronomical rise of wage bill.