Portuguese Liga

Aficionados Del SC Braga Quedaron Encantados Con El Debut De Diego Lainez

Diego Lainez tuvo finalmente su debut en el SC Braga. Fueron apenas 17 minutos en el triunfo por 3-0 sobre el Famalicão, pero fueron suficientes para mostrar detalles de su técnica y encantar a los aficionados del equipo portugués.

El extremo mexicano – a préstamo desde el Real Betis – ingresó a los 73' en reemplazo de Iuri Medeiros y en el poco tiempo que tuvo dentro del campo generó dos ocasiones claras de gol, pero que sus compañeros no supieron definir. 

Los Futbolistas Mexicanos En Las Principales Ligas De Europa, Temporada 2022-23

A diferencia de otras ventanas de mercado, el ciclo verano 2022-23 ha estado particularmente activo para los futbolistas mexicanos en Europa. Solo por mencionar al voleo, al menos tres jugadores saltaron de la Liga MX rumbo al viejo continente, mientras que varios otros cambiaron de club dentro de sus fronteras.

Pepe: The Most Underrated Defender Of All Time?

Nowadays, there’s really no debating on whether titles and filled trophy cabinets define a player’s legacy. Of course, there are multiple players whose cabinets are filled without having played important roles in their respective teams. 

Well, that’s not the case with Kepler Laveran de Lima Ferreira, Pepe.

The Brazilian-born, yes, Brazilian, is inarguably one of Portugal and Real Madrid’s greatest legends. The 3-time UEFA Champions League and 2016 Euro winner is the definition of “football heritage.”

10 Players Who Desperately Need Transfers Ahead Of The World Cup

Ahead of the World Cup, there is always an influx of transfers featuring players who are on the fringes of their national teams and want to secure a roster spot for the tournament. Many players who sit on the bench for bigger clubs and get limited minutes desperately need quality playing time to be noticed by their national team managers. With so many rumors and confirmed deals happening every day, let's take a look at 10 players who need a transfer ahead of the 2022 Fifa World Cup in Qatar.

Porto Manager Brings On 19-Year-Old Son In 87th Minute. He Scores Game-Winner In The 89th

After Sporting lost 3-2 to Santa Clara on Friday, Porto was presented an opportunity to open up a lead at the top of the Primeira Liga with a positive result against Estoril Praia on Saturday.

However, Estoril Praia, the league's fifth-place team, stormed to a 2-0 halftime advantage thanks to an André Franco penalty and a wicked deflection on Arthur's shot from the edge of the area. 

Dastardly Benfica Fans Make Website Where You Can Help Send Their Manager To Brazil With One Click

When the fans of a club want their manager to hit the road they often express their displeasure via banners and a #so-and-so-out. The hashtag for a manager to go often hits the social feeds after a tough loss, even Gregg Berhalter has had his name trending in an outward direction.

Supporters of Portuguese giants Benfica have taken their expression of resentment toward their manager to a whole new, genius level.

Benfica Game Abandoned After COVID-Hit Opponents Start With 9 Players, Including 2 GKs

LISBON - Benfica's Primeira Liga match at Belenenses on Saturday was abandoned amid extraordinary scenes after their COVID-19-hit opponents were forced to name a team of nine players — including two goalkeepers.

Benfica took advantage of their numerical superiority to rack up seven goals by halftime before Belenenses returned with only seven players for the second period.

Raúl, Hirving, Diego Y Edson Están De Regreso: ¿Dónde Ver A Los Mexicanos En Europa?

Luego de todo el fútbol de selección que hubo durante el verano, es hora de volver al fútbol de clubes, el fútbol del día a día. 

Varias ligas europeas comienzan este fin de semana y es un buen momento para ver quienes serán los futbolistas mexicanos que jugarán en Europa y cómo puedes ver sus partidos durante la temporada si vives en los Estados Unidos.

Dubbed ‘Baby Messi’ As A Teen, Ryan Gauld Is Finally Flourishing After 7 Seasons In Portugal

Not long ago, Central Scotland was home to a generational footballing talent. Scouts from across Europe descended on the coastal city of Dundee to watch teenage sensation Ryan Gauld as he slalomed past Premiership defenders and picked apart backlines with his inch-perfect passes.

Standing 5-5 (he has since grown to 5-7) with an innate quickness and a deft left foot, Gauld quickly drew comparisons to Lionel Messi — gaining him nicknames such as: "Baby Messi," "Mini Messi" and "Aberdeen Messi" (the last one a tribute to the youngster's hometown).

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