Football matches in Argentina cancelled due to players’ strike

Players’ strike halts the progress of the Argentine football season, as increasing complaints of unpaid wages over the past four months have went unheard, and opening games were postponed (despite government payout). Argentinian footballers pushed ahead with their strike over unpaid wages, consequently suspending the first league games of this year. This is despite havingRead More

Alexis Sanchez mixed in Arsenal controversy

Alexis Sanchez comes under a lot of pressure from his team-mates, in recent weeks. He risks becoming an outcast in his own team. An inside source claims that he’s lately been disruptive, making the rest of the players uneasy around his attitude.   In recent weeks, the 28-year-old has shown clear signs of discontent, fromRead More

Chelsea bid 27m for Kessie but Rejected?

In the Premier League, Chelsea fly at the top. The thing is their rival is planning to strengthen their forces. Antonio Conte will be back on the Blues that will transform their team for this season and next season. It was reported on the Star, that Frank Kessie ¬†midfielder of Atalanta’s was being bid byRead More

Sky’s Soccer Flagship Suffers Three Year Ratings Drop

19 percent drop ratings of Sky Plc’s flagship television viewers in Sunday late afternoon soccer game. It is the biggest drop in a five year slide in the UK that raises the risk that a decline in subscribers may follow. According to the data from the Broadcasters Audience Research Board, that after 8 game theRead More


Uefa issues Russia with suspended Euro 2016 disqualification as French authorities set to deport up to 50 fans

UEFA’s threat to kick Leonid Slutsky’s team out of the competition overshadowed Russia’s preparations for their second Euro 2016 Group B game against Slovakia in Lille on Wednesday. UEFA on Tuesday fined the Russian Football Union and said the country would be sent home from France if there is a repeat of the crowd disturbancesRead More

Fragile Roy Hodgson accepts full responsibility for England’s shock Euro 2016 exit as inquest begins

Roy Hodgson faced the music on Tuesday for England’s shock loss to Iceland at the European Championship, reluctantly appearing at a news conference to show that he wasn’t afraid of the wave of criticism directed at the now ex-manager of England and the team. Hodgson said that he don’t really know what he’s doing thereRead More


Turkey fans light flares after loss to Spain

Spain has been lighted a few flares and been¬†threw some firecrackers onto the field after the team’s Turkish loss from Turkish fans.Stewards took the flares away from the fans as they chanted, despite the loss that leaves their team with faint chances of advancing to the next round. Its 10:50 pm when Alvaro Morata scoredRead More