December 7, 2013
Not that we needed any convincing, but FIFA are a rabble of an organisation, yet again proven by the result of the 2014 World Cup draw…
December 6, 2013
Vicente del Bosque's men will meet their old foes again, while hosts Brazil will have to deal with Croatia, Mexico and Cameroon
Another week, another crisis for the apparently hapless David Moyes. Of all the teams to lose at home to, Everton was perhaps the least one the beleagured Manchester United manager would have chosen.
The in-form Welshman is joined on the 15-strong shortlist by Real Madrid colleagues Isco and Xabi Alonso, while Bayern Munich and Barcelona also have three representatives each
FIFA will take a decision over whether to switch the dates for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar in December 2014.
Luis Suarez was at his imperious best against Norwich in the 5-1 win, as he proved once again while he remains one of the five strikers in the world. His first goal against Chris Hughton's men is likely to be a contender for the goal of the season.
December 5, 2013
Brazil's Sports Minister Aldo Rebelo has reportedly warned that England fans may expect being held at knife-points or raped on the streets during the World Cup 2014.
The Spanish champions have moved to distance themselves from reports stating that they are set to make a move for the Argentina international in the summer
Chelsea enjoyed an exciting 4-3 victory over Sunderland at the Stadium of Light on Wednesday evening after the home side took the lead through Jozy Altidore after 14 minutes.
Brazil face the prospect of a tough group in their quest for a sixth world title when the World Cup draw takes place tomorrow.
Liverpool custodian Pepe Reina has reportedly confirmed that he is quitting the club to join back Barcelona next summer.
December 4, 2013
The much-awaited Real Madrid academy is all set to open in Muscat this season, according to a top official of the club.
West Brom had their three match unbeaten run snapped at the weekend at the hands of Newcastle United. Strong results against Chelsea and Aston Villa in back to back draws the two weeks prior saw three points dropped against Newcastle United and lost was a chance to leap into the top half of the table.
Arsenal remain at the top of the table for another month running with 31 points total and 15 from their last available 18.
Sunderland remain at the bottom of the table with only eight points this season. Although they have secured seven points in their last five games, the Black Cats know that results will be the only way they can dig out of their hole.