Wednesday, July 23, 2014
James Rodriguez's spectacular volley against Uruguay was crowned the best goal of the World Cup on Monday as speculation mounted that he will soon be unveiled as Real Madrid's latest big money signing.
Portugal superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, putting a miserable World Cup behind him, on Tuesday declared himself fit and ready to go as he chases trophies at Real Madrid.
Fifty years after the Beatles launched a British musical “invasion” of America, English soccer clubs are playing pre-season matches in the United States hoping to spark growth for the sport.
Monday, July 21, 2014
Benny Feilhaber and Lawrence Olum scored either side of halftime as Sporting Kansas City defeated Los Angeles Galaxy 2-1 to extend its unbeaten streak to six games and end the Galaxy's eight-game unbeaten streak in Major League Soccer on Saturday.
Barcelona's new coach Luis Enrique notched up a 1-0 win Saturday in his first game in charge, a pre-season friendly against second division club Recreativo de Huelva.
Sunday, July 20, 2014
Jose Mourinho has taunted Arsenal by claiming he needed just 20 minutes to persuade Cesc Fabregas to join Chelsea because the former Gunners midfielder didn't want to return to his old club.
Saturday, July 19, 2014
Louis van Gaal claims balancing Manchester United's commercial ambitions with their desire for success on the field will be one of his biggest challenges at Old Trafford.
Toni Kroos on Thursday looked forward to a trophy-laden time with Real Madrid after signing from Bayern Munich on a six-year deal just days after winning the World Cup with Germany.
The World Cup did not pan out as fans of Brazil and England had hoped. But the hosts will Sunday celebrate a century since their first ever international — with a fourth tier English club side providing the opposition.
Friday, July 18, 2014
Spain may have been embarrassingly dethroned as World Cup holders, but Real Madrid and Barcelona are still champions at making money after they were named as the world's two richest sports franchises.