After several exciting FA Cup matches last week, the Premier League returned to action this weekend, and today’s schedule does not disappoint.
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With winter breaks now completed, La Liga, Serie A, and Liga MX have turned the calendar to 2013, with all leagues now returning to action. The third round of the FA Cup has kicked off the year for the English (…)
The 2012 season comes to a close on Sunday, with only the Premier League in action this weekend. With only two matches today, the action will be light on the final gameday of the year.
Just weeks after winning their Champions’ League group, Schalke 04 has fired manager Huub Stevens. The club is off to a slow start in Bundesliga play, currently sitting 7th in the league standings.
Another trophy could be added to Chelsea’s collection on Sunday, as they take on Brazil’s Corinthians FC in Japan for the Club Would Cup championship
The Premier League has become the Manchester Derby so far this season, with both clubs sitting atop of the standings. The two clubs square off on Sunday for the top spot in the league.
After starting and playing the entire match against Pescara last weekend, Michael Bradley will look to continue his momentum as AS Roma travels to Artemio Franchi to take on Siena.
After three seasons with FC Dallas, goalkeeper Kevin Hartman looks to be on his way out of Frisco. His agent, Ron Waxman, commented tonight that the club has not offered Hartman a contract, and will not be (…)
Rafa Benitez is back on the sidelines, and what better way to make his return than to welcome defending Premier League champion Manchester City to Stamford Bridge. Benitez returns to England after two years (…)
The LA Galaxy head into tonight’s Western Conference Finals second leg holding a three-goal lead, knowing that a solid showing would book their return to MLS Cup, for a potential rematch with the Houston (…)