December 23, 2012
Despite sanctions imposed by Uefa, the Boquerones' boss insists the future of his side will be determined by results on the field, expressing his joy with the season so far
Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has said he wants to re-join Manchester United next summer.
Italian giants AC Milan are reportedly planning to make a 20-million-pound bid for Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli in next month's transfer window.
December 22, 2012
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has claimed he is not satisfied with his tenure so far at the club but claimed that he had turned the North-London based club into world class.
Veteran Chelsea manager Frank Lampard is likely to replace former Manchester United midfielder at American Major League Soccer Club, LA Galaxy after the Blues confirmed he won't be offered a new contract with the club.
Manchester United would face Spanish champions Real Madrid in the Champions League round of 16, and this all-important clash could be similar to a job audition...
Spanish midfielder Juan Mata wants Chelsea to create history and become the first team to hold both of Europe's top titles, the Champions League and the Europa League, at the same time.
Real Madrid star winger Cristiano Ronaldo has claimed critics call him arrogant because he takes his football seriously.
Veteran midfielder Paul Scholes will finally quit football next summer and this time there is no coming back, according to reports.
December 21, 2012
Manchester City and Ivory Coast midfielder Yaya Toure has seen off competition from the likes of Didier Drogba and Alexander Song to win the coveted African Player of the Year award for second time in a row.
December 20, 2012
The managerial duo believe it is nothing more than a "blip" that their two sides are the only English representatives in the draw for the Champions League last-16 ties
Interim Chelsea boss Rafa Benitez who has watched his Blues side storm into the Capital One Cup semi-finals, said that only winning will make him popular at Stamford Bridge.
Manchester City bad boy Mario Balotelli has decided to back out from challenging a 340,000 pound club fine at a Premier League tribunal, in bid to salvage his career at the club.
The Blaugrana have confirmed the full extent of the 44-year-old's health problems, though they are yet to say whether or not he will stand down from his position
The Manchester United boss also hailed the work of Pep Guardiola at Barcelona, but insists the Spaniard will not be returning to management soon as he continues his sabbatical