England

Why Joe Hart's Torino Move Is Good For England

I have a theory as to one reason (of many) the England National Team tends to underperform in major tournaments: the players all play in the same league. Every England international plays in the Premier League. One might argue this breeds familiarity and is therefore good for the national team, but I think it leads to a lack of stylistic variety in the team and makes the payer pool stagnant. It's basically like inbreeding, is what I'm saying.

Juventus Transfers Breathe New Life Into Struggling Giant

With nine successive Serie A titles followed by two campaigns where Champions League qualification seemed a shallow silver lining, Juventus’ fall from grace has been clear to see in recent years. This summer has seen several big names depart Turin, and the Bianconeri will be hard-pressed to find adequate replacements in order to once again fight for the Scudetto.

Casemiro Leaves A Life Of Success In Real Madrid For A Club That Sucks

Casemiro loves challenges. He really, really, R-E-A-L-L-Y loves them. That's the only reason — and a little bit of extra cash in his pockets — to understand why the Brazilian is leaving his key and successful role in Real Madrid to be part of that clusterfuck called Manchester United. 

Yeah! It's not a joke. The player said goodbye to his now old teammates and is preparing his visa documents to travel to England, while Fabrizio Romano stamped the transfer with his famous "here we go!"

Harry Kane Answered Questions On Twitter And It Was Amazing

Thursday marked 10 years since Harry Kane made his Premier League debut, and he decided to take to social media to celebrate. He fielded questions on Twitter and Instagram, answering various inquiries, including his favorite goals and cheese. These were the best responses.

Nottingham Forest Will Pay How Much For Morgan Gibbs-White?!

The Premier League has spent more than any other league on transfers this summer, and even newly promoted teams like Nottingham Forest are spending away in the market.

It's been reported that Forest is now closing in on Wolves midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White.

Gibbs-White to Nottingham Forest

Forest is ready to pay a likely $42 million for the 22-year-old, plus add ons that could make the deal worth up to $53 million.

Full TV Schedule For The Biggest Games This Weekend You Won’t Want To Miss

Soccer On TV This Weekend (August 12-14)

All Times ET


Friday, August 12

NWSL

KC Current vs. Angel City, 8 p.m. (CBSSN, Paramount+)

MLS

LA Galaxy vs. Seattle Sounders, 10 p.m. (ESPN)

LaLiga

Sevilla vs. Real Valladolid, 4 p.m. (ESPN+)

Bundesliga

Borussia Mönchengladbach vs. Hertha Berlin, 2:30 p.m. (ESPN+)

Ligue 1

Who Could Actually Persuade The Glazers To Sell Man United?

MANCHESTER, England - British billionaire Jim Ratcliffe's interest in buying Manchester United has raised the hopes of the club's supporters that their American owners, the Glazer family, might now sell the club and pave the way for a return to glory on the field.

Whether that happens will depend on three key factors: how much they think the club is worth; whether there are potential buyers willing to pay that price; and finally, if the much-criticized Glazers are willing to take the money and leave.

World Cup Winner Heather O’Reilly Savagely Roasts Cristiano Ronaldo On Twitter

Heather O’Reilly is back in soccer after three years of retirement. The beloved USWNT player wanted one more shot at the one competition that eluded her all these years. In doing so, she’s also poking fun at one of the men’s games most prominent figures, Cristiano Ronaldo.

A couple of weeks ago, O’Reilly announced she was coming out of retirement to sign with Irish club Shelbourne to fulfill her dream of playing in the Champions League.

Americans Abroad: 3 Players Ready For Qatar And 2 Who Look Lost

Ninety-five days to go now. There's still so much to prove but so little time for our boys in r̶e̶d̶, white and blue ahead of the World Cup. 

The past week in Europe saw the emergence of a young star, strong performances from guys on the fence and two locked-in starters enter transfer purgatory. 

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