We're gonna play games! Maybe... possibly... at some point ... OK, who really knows? Germany is actually ready to resume the 2019-20 Bundesliga this weekend, while Spain (back in training!) and Italy (June 13!) are at different stages of inching toward a potential restart over the next two-plus months. The
When will the Premier League return? It is a question that's been asked ever since the suspension of the professional game in England on March 13 due to the coronavirus pandemic, but seven weeks on, the big question remains unanswered. Following a video conference involving all 20 Premier League clubs
Take a trip down memory lane with a look back at every trophy Barcelona won from 2008-12 under Pep Guardiola. Shaka Hislop and Steve Nicol clash over Lionel Messi's standing after his UCL showing vs. Chelsea in 2018. Relive the FC panel's reaction to Cristiano Ronaldo's overhead
Take a trip down memory lane with a look back at every trophy Barcelona won from 2008-12 under Pep Guardiola. Shaka Hislop and Steve Nicol clash over Lionel Messi's standing after his UCL showing vs. Chelsea in 2018. Over the years, our writers have been present for some
Gab Marcotti explains why postponing the Euros was UEFA's only reasonable option, despite a big financial hit. Julien Laurens explains why UEFA has set a hard deadline of June 30 for leagues to conclude their seasons. Steve Nicol reminisces about the 86' FA Cup final he played
With the Premier League race over, PSG running away with Ligue 1, Bayern and Juventus seemingly in charge of the Bundesliga and Serie A respectively, we might have to look to the UEFA Champions League for our soccer drama between now and May. The action returns in force this week
Shaka Hislop has both Spanish giants back in his Power Rankings this week. The leaders had a weekend off, but there was plenty of room below them. Spain's big two are moving in the right direction, in contrast to the champions of Germany and Italy.
Dropping out: Benfica Agree? Disagree?
All aboard the sadness train... these clubs have put their fans through some tough times in the modern era.Sports are cruel. There, we said it. They play with our emotions, mess with our hearts, fill us with joy and smash it just as quickly. Every team has known what it's
Shaka Hislop says Mo Salah's unexpected journey to stardom reflects Liverpool's team identity. Liverpool continue their march toward destiny, topping Shaka Hislop's Power Rankings every step of the way, while Real Madrid's Copa del Rey exit saw them knocked out of the podium places.
Dropping out: RB Leipzig, Borussia Dortmund,
Joao Castelo-Branco and Mark Ogden break down Liverpool's win vs. Monterrey to reach the Club World Cup final. The European champions and Premier League leaders are still Shaka Hislop's No. 1 spot, while Barcelona's slump has them falling well down the order. Dropping out: Borussia Monchengladbach, Borussia Dortmund, Marseille