Fekir puts focus on the future

Fekir puts focus on the future

The day after Nabil Fekir joined his France teammates and an estimated million supporters on the Champs-Élysées to show off the World Cup trophy, he was invited to attend another celebration.

Tactics not personnel count for French duo

Tactics not personnel count for French duo

A day after Paris St Germain were beaten 3-2 by Liverpool, a far less fancied French side, Olympique Lyonnais, produced the surprise result of the Champions League’s opening round by beating Premier League winners Manchester City.

Salah yet to scale last season's heights

Salah yet to scale last season's heights

Mohamed Salah outshone Neymar and Kylian Mbappe on the Champions League stage last season, but as Paris Saint-Germain's star duo head to Anfield on Tuesday seeking to make amends, the Egyptian is struggling to match the heights of his debut campaign at Liverpool.

Egyptian fans return

Egyptian fans return

When Egyptian spectators returned to the stands for a match between Zamalek FC and ENPPI earlier this month, smiling fans filled some of the allotted 5,000 seats in the 16,000-capacity stadium.

Inter struggle in Mourinho's shadow

Inter struggle in Mourinho's shadow

Eight years have elapsed since Jose Mourinho's reign as Inter Milan coach ended on a historic high of Champions League glory, and the fallen Italian giants are still struggling to recapture that magic from Madrid.

United dismantled Fergie's legacy

United dismantled Fergie's legacy

The most significant aspect of Manchester United’s 3-0 home defeat by Tottenham Hotspur on Monday was just how routine and ordinary it all felt.

Real embrace team ethic post Ronaldo

Real embrace team ethic post Ronaldo

As Cristiano Ronaldo huffed and puffed and was made to wait for his maiden goal at new club Juventus on Sunday, his former employers Real Madrid demonstrated life goes on with a scintillating team display away to Girona in La Liga.

Bayern favourites to make it 7 up

Bayern favourites to make it 7 up

Champions Bayern Munich have not spent tens of millions of euros on new players or appointed a big-name coach in the close season but they are still firm favourites to win the Bundesliga, which kicks off on Friday.

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