Zidane to find room for stars

Zidane to find room for stars

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said on Friday he will find room to accommodate Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema as well as sparkling Spanish duo Marco Asensio and Isco this season as he looks to create a versatile, unpredictable side.

Cape Verde double win sets up fairytale

Cape Verde double win sets up fairytale

Cape Verde Islands are in contention for a shock World Cup spot with successive wins over South Africa giving them a fairytale chance to become the smallest nation to play at the finals.

Chinese takeaway turns sour for Tevez

Chinese takeaway turns sour for Tevez

My contract is very complex and it’s very difficult for me to return [to Boca Juniors],” Carlos Tevez reportedly said to Argentinian media last week. “The Chinese are not stupid.” Not stupid, but there are plenty at Shanghai Shenhua wondering whether signing the forward was a major mistake and a waste of money.

PSG's Fair Play plans

PSG's Fair Play plans

After spending €380 million to secure the services of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, Paris Saint-Germain's next task is to make sure they don't break Uefa's Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules.

Are Arsenal still part of top six?

Are Arsenal still part of top six?

All throughout the build-up to this, so far, enthralling Premier League season, the question asked was which of the “Big Six” would be able to pull away and make themselves champions.

Crazy, crazy transfer world

Crazy, crazy transfer world

Ousmane Dembele's transfer to Barcelona in a deal worth up to €147 million, making him the world's second most expensive player after Neymar, is the latest dizzying move fuelled by TV money and Gulf-based club owners.

Coutinho? Mane is Liverpol's real main man

Coutinho? Mane is Liverpol's real main man

As Barcelona seek to prise Brazilian midfielder Philippe Coutinho away from Liverpool ahead of the transfer deadline, fans of the Merseyside club may be relieved that at least the Spanish club are not bidding for Sadio Mane.

Retiring Rooney under appreciated

Retiring Rooney under appreciated

Wayne Rooney made the announcement of his retirement from the national team within hours of another England great Gary Lineker saying that he felt the country's leading goalscorer was "under appreciated."

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