Manchester United might have left themselves too much ground to make up in the Premier League title race as they trail leaders Chelsea by 11 points after 13 games, according to their manager Jose Mourinho. United have won only two
LONDON: Antonio Conte has warned his Chelsea stars to be wary of the threat posed by their former team-mate Kevin De Bruyne in Saturday’s crunch clash with Manchester City. De Bruyne was a peripheral figure in his two years at
BARCELONA: Barcelona boss Luis Enrique accepted his side are by far the more in need of the three points when Real Madrid visit the Camp Nou on Saturday (1515GMT) in El Clasico. Madrid hold a six-point lead over Barca, who
MANCHESTER: Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola described his Chelsea counterpart Antonio Conte as “maybe the best coach in the world” on Friday ahead of their Premier League showdown on Saturday. Chelsea have stormed to the top of the league after
BARCELONA: Barcelona great Xavi Hernandez cannot imagine Lionel Messi leaving the Catalan club, despite the Argentine forward stalling over a new contract with the La Liga champions. Xavi is Barca’s all-time appearance leader and was the heartbeat of the club’s
Former FIFA boss Sepp Blatter will discover whether he has won his appeal against a six-year ban from football imposed for ethics violations.
Barcelona’s Nou Camp is the biggest football arena in Europe and has long been the home of the world’s best players.
BARCELONA: Real Madrid have enviously looked on as Barcelona claimed six La Liga titles in the last eight years, but Zinedine Zidane’s side can take a huge step towards a first crown since 2012 with victory over their bitter rivals
LONDON: Arsene Wenger defended his strategy and blamed his players lack of urgency for Arsenal’s League Cup quarter-final exit. Wenger had been hoping to win the competition for the first time, but instead his decision to make 10 changes backfired
KUALA LUMPUR: Muslim-majority Malaysia has abruptly cancelled two under-22 football friendlies against Myanmar to protest at the bloody crackdown on Rohingya Muslims. The national football team announced via Twitter Wednesday that the December 9 and 12 matches in Yangon had