Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino has fired 40 managers in 23 years, in addition to all the crimes he's committed in that span.
We at the18 encourage diversity in football watching, so here is a preview of what's on tap this weekend in Spain, Germany, and Italy
You don’t get to where Cristiano Ronaldo is by liking to lose. Just as Barcelona did, the Real Madrid first team participated in an Audi event which ended with the company gifting cars to the players.
Looking for a gift to get your friends for the holidays? Well, Serie A giants Napoli may have just the thing for you. Every year Napoli releases a ridiculous calendar for fans in which the players dress up in costumes and pose for your monthly viewing pleasure.
This year the players and coach Benitez are portrayed "in a mix of fashion, humor and sensuality.” Well… did they achieve their goal?
Meet Kevin Walker: professional footballer and pop music sensation.
We are going to go out on a limb here and say that after watching that video, most of find yourself falling into one of three main groups: 1) People who wish they were Kevin Walker, 2) People who now hate Kevin Walker, and 3) People who want to spend the rest of their waking days with Kevin Walker.
James Rodriguez is going to win the FIFA Puskas Goal of the Year because no one can help themselves. His goal, and moments like it, is what we watch sports for, and it commands so much of our attention because the circumstances surrounding it have considerably more weight than the act itself.
Baltika Kaliningrad and Sakhalin Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk are over 10,000 kilometers away from each other.
Martin Tyler, Gary Neville, Ian Darke, Andy Gray, Jon Champion, Ray Hudson. Those are just a few of the world's great soccer commentators. Sure, all of these names belong to English personalities, but there are talented commentators all around the world able to capture - and often enhance - great moments with their words. When tensions are running high and we’re on the edge of our seats, these men act as our tour guides through the ups and downs of a football match.
David Moyes is back. And he doesn’t know the name of his players at Real Sociedad. We don’t really blame him, as the former Manchester United manager has moved to a new country, in a new league, with a new language. So, it is understandable and maybe even acceptable that Moyes is struggling.
But your own players' names? In the video below Moyes called Real Sociedad midfielder Esteban Granero, ‘Stefano’ repeatedly. Later on in the video, Moyes turns to the bench to double check the name of another player. It may be time for La Real to put names on the back of their jerseys.