While I may have initially supported Arsenal, Brighton and Hove Albion is the club that helped me fall back in love with the game. And that’s why I’ll be wanting them to win this weekend.
Maria Sharapova is statistically the most dominant woman ever to reach the semi-final of a Grand Slam.
Youth policy beginning to bear fruit for AC Milan, but rumours about ‘rotten apple’ Mario Balotelli persist
Milan manager Massimiliano Allegri’s recent decision to field an attacking trio with a combined age of 60 against Sampdoria made headlines around Italy.
Ronaldinho has reinvented himself since moving to Belo Horizonte. The legs are no longer what they were, but in their place a wiser, cannier playmaker has emerged.
Chelsea are having a funny old season. They have actually scored more points away from home than at home.
French and English football will be robbed of a great talent if he does move to Rubin Kazan.
Which Aston Villa is going to turn up tonight? The one that knocked out Manchester City, won 4-1 a Norwich and 3-1 at Anfield? Or the one that couldn’t score against Southampton or Wigan at home and capitulated in the first leg at Valley Parade.
Olympiakos defender Vasilis Torosidis has announced that he will not be renewing his contract with the Greek champions following a resplendent six-year spell in Piraeus.
It may have been the first game of yet another Super Sunday, but Chelsea welcoming Arsenal to Stamford Bridge didn’t quite inspire the usual excitement.
For those poor souls whose primary source of post-Christmas entertainment is the machinations of the Bundesliga, January was set to be bleak.
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