Swiss IOC veteran to lead latest attempt at FIFA reform
Ready, steady, Go – the new Italian season got off to a familiar start last weekend when Old Lady Juventus lifted yet another trophy, defeating Lazio 2-0 in Shanghai to…
Reflections on River Plate's triumph in the 2015 Libertadores Cup Final
River Plate have recovered from the ignominy of 2011's relegation and now they are looking at continental glory.
“We have the opportunity to live a dream,” said coach Abelardo, and the players did just that.
Winner of the Libertadores Cup both as a player and a coach, Luis Cubilla is rightly regarded as one of the giants of South American football.
Profiles of Luca Toni and fellow veteran marksman Miroslav Klose
How the sport is inextricably entwined with Algeria's battle for independence.
When life imitated art...Brazil's 1970 team was a sporting manifestation of modernism.
It should have been a match made in heaven, but Dennis Bergkamp's two-year spell at Inter turned into a hellish experience.