Sir Alex Ferguson breaks the news 'football has changed,' the sad Rangers story, Barca, growing stronger or a growing bore?, the forgotten story of 1993, Roman's dilemma, Manchester sides play second fiddle in Europe, Posh grabs Becks balls in NYC and more in What the Papers Say.
Can Donovan/Dempsey combine for the national team?, review of the African Cup of Nations, Biesla on the attack, What about John Terry, Becks' briefs, Crouch's Bust, and more in What the Papers Say.
Something to smile about at last for Arsenal and Wolves fans, while United and Chelsea play out a classic. Elsewhere, a pair of Howard’s and Cisse’s feature, while debuts continue to bring surprises.
Qatar is hot, that is not news take a look at how the 2022 hosts are preparing, folding of WPS, transfer window prepars to close, Jose / Arsene job swap, African Cup of Nations, Beckham stars in Super Bowl and more in What the Papers Say.
January is busy and we look at some of the top transfer targets, Top 10 players that have been missed, Stopping card waving craze, no need for football freaks at Olympics, Rooney hitting the beach, and more from What the Papers Say.
Title still Manchester City’s to lose, the benefits (if any) of a winter break, royals get into soccer, best free kick takers, and Irina Shayk back in action. All this and more in the final 2011 edition of What the Papers Say.
Was a language barrier the problem for Luis Suarez?, Clint Dempsey's London adventure, top transfer targets, Pep would be perfect for Arsenal, Becks only going to sell t-shirts and more in this edition of What the Papers Say.
How does MLS stack up against other leagues around the globe?, is Torres a striker past his prime?, let the sacking begin in the EPL, please sir may we have a...?, Coleen is a red, and more in What the Papers Say.
Is it time for Sepp Blatter to go for his comments on racism?, soccer a one-way ticket out, Becks feeling his age, Solo breaks down and more from What the Papers Say.
Brazil is the king of soccer but some are questioning whether joga bonito is dead, Arena committed to U.S. soccer, pressure builds at top of Premiership table, Rooney #2 and more in What the Papers Say.
With Fergie's 25th anniversary on the horizon check out his finest XI, irritating things commentators say, Keller fuming over Sounders play, remembering John Crossan's ban, Balotelli's 32FF Porn Star, and more from What the Papers Say.
The battle is always an uphill one for Europe’s smallest recognized soccer nation, San Marino, Top 10 things we love to see, Rooney red card, time on Klinsmann's side, Playboy twins dance on Cole's pole, and more in What the Papers Say.
adidas has added some color to the Predator line with this new colorway. Released on May 17. Be the first to own a pair.
One of the top soccer cleats for control the Nike CTR360 will not let you down on the field in tight spaces.
Bayern Munich are kings of Germany and hope to be crowned kings of Europe at Wembley later this month!
The Juventus jersey for the 2013/14 was released earlier this week. Be the first to wear the colors of the Old Lady.
The adidas Nitrocharge is the most talked about new cleat in years. It was released on May 15 and will take your pitch by storm.
Ajax has released their away soccer jersey for the 2013/14 season. Get in the Gear.
The push for more color on their cleats, adidas has added the infrared colorway to the adiZero f50 Line.
The Liverpool 2013/14 soccer jersey is available for pre-order. The Reds are eager to compete for silver next season.
Borussia Dortmund hears Wembley Calling and are headed to London for the Champions League final.
Chelsea won the Europa League on Wednesday. The Blues defeated Benfica 2-1 on injury time goal from Ivanovic.