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Soccer 365’s Howard Johnson has waited an entire lifetime to see Manchester City crowned Champions of England. But now he reckons it was worth all the agony!
Excuse season is long gone for the 16 MLS teams in action this weekend. S365's Jacob Klinger breaks down and attempts to predict all 8 match-ups.
Hans Backe and Aron Winter are under pressure and a comparison to other MLS coaches shows why they might be struggling.
MLSsoccer.com reports that Inter Milan have gotten serious about landing Chievo midfielder Michael Bradley...
Survival Sunday will be the last hurrah for viewers needing much soccer to watch. Soccer 365's PJ looks at what's ahead and if the MLS will satiate the soccer junkies cravings.
Though four of the five league crowns have been handed out in France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain, that doesn't mean the presses are stopped.
Spanish Clubs vie for Europe's second greatest prize tonight in Hungary but this match was made in Argentina long ago.
The Philadelphia Daily News has the Union in talks for Schalke strike star Raul...
The officiating in MLS is causing quite a stir, but are the officials solely to blame, or do players and coaches share responsibility?
All to Play For! The Premier League is set for a dramatic finale as the Title, Champions League, and Relegation places all come down to the wire. Soccer365’s Andrew Discenza looks at the race to the wire.
The Montreal Impact have admitted interest in Bologna strike veteran Marco di Vaio...
Roberto Di Matteo won his first piece of silverware for Chelsea with the FA Cup triumph over Liverpool but his long term appointment is still up in the air. The Champions League outcome may sway the balance but with the Blues owner Roman Abramovich always interested in top name managers nothing is for sure and Soccer365’s Andrew Glover looks at Di Matteo’s chances on being in charge next season.