Song make Swiss move

Song make Swiss move

Former Cameroon and Barcelona midfielder Alex Song has joined Swiss club Sion on a two-year contract.

Eto'o took Xavi advice over Qatar move

Eto'o took Xavi advice over Qatar move

Samuel Eto'o sought the advice of Xavi Hernandez and Wesley Sneijder before choosing to play in Qatar, the Cameroon star said as he was unveiled by his new club on Tuesday.

Zaha extends Palace contract

Zaha extends Palace contract

Wilfried Zaha has signed a new five-year contract with Crystal Palace to extend his stay at Selhurst Park until 2023, the Premier League club said on Wednesday.

Mbia joins Toulouse

Mbia joins Toulouse

Cameroonian international Stephane Mbia announced on Tuesday that he will sign a deal to join French Ligue 1 club Toulouse.

Five early August EPL lessons

Five early August EPL lessons

The Premier League is back, with the opening weekend producing impressive displays from title contenders Liverpool and champions Manchester City, while Manchester United and Chelsea also made winning starts.

Chinese player denies Ba racial abuse

Chinese player denies Ba racial abuse

A Chinese footballer has denied using a racial slur against Sengalese striker Demba Ba during a recent match, his first response to a race row that has rocked the Chinese Super League.

Barca priorities might lie in Europe

Barca priorities might lie in Europe

After sweeping to last season’s title and seeing Real Madrid weakened by the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo, Barcelona look well placed to retain their La Liga crown although improving their Champions League fortunes may prove a bigger priority.

Little change in EPL staus quo

Little change in EPL staus quo

There will be no seismic shifts in the balance of the world's richest football competition if the first weekend of the new Premier League season is anything to go by.

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