The World Cup no one loves starts up

The World Cup no one loves starts up

Unloved even by the federation which organises it, FIFA’s old-style Club World Cup gets under way on Wednesday and it is hard to imagine any other outcome than Real Madrid winning for the third time in a row.

Yaya leaves Olympiakos

Yaya leaves Olympiakos

Former Manchester City and Barcelona midfielder Yaya Toure has left Olympiakos Piraeus three months after rejoining the Greek Super League club.

CAF to make Afcon decision in January

CAF to make Afcon decision in January

The Confederation of African Football's (Caf) executive committee will hold an extraordinary meeting on 9 January to choose new hosts for the 2019 Nations Cup.

United given huge Koulibaly price

United given huge Koulibaly price

Manchester United have been quoted a price of more than £90m for Kalidou Koulibaly, the Napoli central defender who is Jose Mourinho’s top defensive target for the January transfer window. Senior United officials recently met with the Serie A club to explore the possibility of a mid-season transfer.

Congo Brazzaville want 2019 Afcon

Congo Brazzaville want 2019 Afcon

Congo Brazzaville is the first contender to declare their hand in a bid to host next year's Africa Cup of Nations, according to a senior official at the Confederation of African Football (Caf).

Chelsea give hope to City chasers

Chelsea give hope to City chasers

Chelsea brought a whole new dimension to the Premier League title race when they handed Manchester City their first defeat of the season on Saturday to leave Mohamed Salah-inspired Liverpool as the new leaders.

Sierra Leone ban opens door for Kenya and Ghana

Sierra Leone ban opens door for Kenya and Ghana

Sierra Leone have been disqualified from the preliminaries for the 2019 African Nations Cup finals, confirming places for Kenya and Ghana at the continental championship next June-July.

Bale: I deserved Puskas award over Salah

Bale: I deserved Puskas award over Salah

Three months after losing the Puskas Award to Egypt's Mohamed Salah, Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale said that he believes he deserved to win the award more than Salah.

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