Miss any of the good stuff on Monday? In case you did, you can get caught up below.
Ukraine are set to host Euro 2012 along with Poland, but with things look rather unfavorable economically and politically, could there be a change in hosts?
The Offside has an excellent debate about what league is the most exciting league in Europe.
Cristiano Ronaldo doesn’t do his reputation any favors often enough, but the consensus is that one crucial call (or no-call, rather) in Sunday’s Carling Cup final should’ve gone his way.
It was a no-call that didn’t matter in the end, as David Bentley’s miss in the shootout helped United lift the cup. Now we know why Bentley was anything but calm, cool, and collected when he stepped up against Ben Foster.
England’s new crest has been revealed. What do you think about it?
Frank Rijkaard is a hot name to take over the hot seat at Chelsea in the summer. Good choice?
Why do clubs like Wolves and Blackburn go by ‘Wolves’ and ‘Rovers’ sans the ‘the’ in front of their nicknames? An inquiring blogger wants to know.
In case you haven’t checked it out already, Adidas have now given you a way to view and share Adidas-related videos.
Sergio Aguero was the hero of Atletico Madrid’s comeback win over Barcelona on Sunday, and it looks like he had an extra special reason to be on top of his game.
If El-Hadji Diouf (allegedly) threatened to stab a former teammate, you can’t expect him to react too well when a stranger’s winding him up, can you?