Of all the controversies in sports, Wilshere getting caught smoking cigarettes may be the most well handled. Jack Wilshere, he smokes’em if he’s got’em.
Now that Landon Donovan has retired, what does the former U.S. soccer star have planned for the future?
Kaka won it’s equivalent back in 2007, but that award might be remembered as the end of an era rather than a moment of glory, because he may be the last player in Serie A to ever win the Ballon d’Or.
QPR's Harry Redknapp resigns, depriving the EPL of one of its most colorful characters. The18's Mike Smith examines more about the crazy Englishman.
Like a multi-story car park, Aston Villa are grey and dull on a whole host of levels. Could they be the most boring team to ever play the game?
Most times, Jose Mourinho gets what he wants, and on Saturday he wanted to get a draw and get under Manuel Pellegini’s skin.
Adidas has unveiled El Tri’s new jerseys, and they look pretty sweet…but something looks strange? Our El Tri expert and fashionista weigh in.
This weekend, as the top two teams in the Premier League meet, Frank Lampard is set to return to Stamford Bridge for the first time since joining Chelsea's title rivals Manchester City. Are they ready to welcome him back?
The18 considered titling this article “The Master vs. The Apprentice,” but, knowing what an avid reader of ours he is, we feared Jose Mourinho would spectacularly lose his sh*t at even the mildest suggestion of deference towards Louis van Gaal. Neither man, however, could quibble at being labelled a Super Ego: how else are we to describe two managers who refer to themselves without the slightest hint of irony as “The Special One” and “The Best Coach in the World?”