Mean, mean goalkeeper denies goal to a little birthday boy

If you think Emiliano Martinez is the most despicable goalkeeper out there, just wait to meet Zsombor Senkó, the man between the sticks for Hungarian second-division side DVTK. He's being rightly booed worldwide after denying a goal and crushing the dreams of a seven-year-old boy on his birthday!

Boooo! And another boooo!

Berhalter cleared by U.S. Soccer investigation, Reynas left with even more embarrassment

An investigation into former U.S. coach Gregg Berhalter's dispute with his wife outside a bar in 1992 concluded that U.S. Soccer was not in the wrong for hiring him as the national team coach, the federation said on Monday.

The investigators' conclusions mean there is now no legal impediment to employing Berhalter, who remains a candidate for the coaching job which is now held by Anthony Hudson on an interim basis.

¡Maldito VAR! Le anulan un golazo a Orbelín Pineda y el AEK pierde el liderato en Grecia

El AEK Atenas de Orbelín Pineda se jugaba un partido crucial de la liga griega, al recibir este domingo al Olympiacos. Los blanquiamarillos entraban al campo del Opap Arena con la idea de mantenerse como líderes del torneo, defendiendo el punto de ventaja que tenían sobre el Panathinaikos.

Sin embargo, el equipo del mexicano no terminó por aparecer. La Union terminó siendo derrotada por los rojiblancos, perdiendo y cediendo el liderato de la Superliga de Grecia.

Fan assaults goalkeeper during African Champions League game

Angolan club Petro Atlético's goalkeeper Hugo Marques was attacked by a spectator in the final minutes of his team's 2-0 defeat by holders Wydad Casablanca in the African Champions League on Saturday.

Video footage from behind the goal showed a man running on to the pitch and up to Marques, then saying something to the keeper before pushing him.

The two exchanged a flurry of punches before security guards and Marques's teammates intervened and the supporter was overpowered and taken off the pitch. The keeper was treated by doctors and the game restarted shortly afterwards.

Neymar's season is over

Paris St Germain forward Neymar has been ruled out for the rest of the season with the Brazil international set to undergo surgery to repair ankle ligaments that will keep him out for at least three months, the Ligue 1 club said on Monday.

Neymar, who has 13 goals and 11 assists in Ligue 1 this season, has not played since a 4-3 win over Lille last month, missing PSG's last two games.

France captain Wendie Renard will sit out 2023 World Cup along with two other French stars

France captain Wendie Renard said on Friday that she will not play at this year's Women's World Cup to preserve her mental health, with fellow internationals Marie-Antoinette Katoto and Kadidiatou Diani following suit.

Renard, who is widely considered to be one of the best defenders in women's football, played for France in international games against Norway, Denmark and Uruguay earlier this month.

She has 142 caps for France and plays for French side Olympique Lyonnais.

18-year-old Rennes defender couldn’t stop crying after scoring own goal in 119th minute

I've been actively losing sleep due to feeling bad for Rennes defender Jeanuël Belocian. A freak Belocian own goal vs. Shakhtar Donetsk in the 119th minute of Thursday’s Europa League playoff match tied the aggregate score at 3-3 and sent the two teams to penalties.

Shakhtar would win the penalty shootout 5-4.

‘Literally a tragedy’ — Missing footballer Atsu nearly left Turkey hours before earthquake hit

ANKARA — Missing footballer Christian Atsu was scheduled to fly out of southern Turkey hours before last week's devastating earthquake, but Hatayspor's manager said the Ghanaian opted to stay with the club after scoring a winning goal in their Feb. 5 Super Lig match.

"Atsu wanted to play more and asked for permission from his coach to leave if he wasn't going to get it," Hatayspor manager Fatih Ilek told a radio channel on Friday.

"He bought a ticket to fly to Istanbul, and from there to France. He was going to look for a club to get more playing time."

"Lloré todo un día": Edson Álvarez abre su corazón tras fallido traspaso al Chelsea

Edson Álvarez abrió su corazón en una entrevista en los Países Bajos y confesó que derramó una que otra lágrima el día de su fallido traspaso al Chelsea.

De tú a tú con el diario De Telegraaf, Machín reconoció que no fue fácil aceptar el hecho de que Ajax no le permitiera cumplir su sueño de jugar en la Premier League cuando la oportunidad tocó su puerta, al inicio de la temporada 2022-23.

"Lloré por un día y luego mostré que soy una persona fuerte. Por supuesto, la decepción duró un tiempo, pero yo creo que todo pasa por algo", afirmó.