Frank Martin and Orlando Antigua are the only two Hispanic-American coaches at the high Division I level. Are they paving the way for more?
As the popularity of basketball grows in Latin America, so does the Hispanic influence on U.S. college hoops.
Chelsea exorcised the ghosts of Moscow by defeating Bayern Munich on penalties to win its first Champions League, writes James Martin.
Michael Cox, Simon Kuper, Roger Bennett and others share their thoughts on the upcoming Champions League final.
Was Chelsea lucky to beat Benfica in the Champions League quarterfinals? That's the question we're asking.
Chelsea suffered another setback, this time against Napoli in the Champions League, but you can't blame Andre Villas-Boas for his players' inability to perform the most basic of tasks, writes James Martin.
Graham Poll, one of the game's legendary referees, shares his thoughts on some of the recent controversial decisions in the Premier League, writes James Martin.
Tottenham and Chelsea battled to a 1-all draw at White Hart Lane, but the real winners were Manchester City and Manchester United, writes James Martin.
The word "crisis" is thrown around too easily in the Premier League. But there's one team in particular that truly is staring into the abyss, writes James Martin.
In one of the season's most wildly entertaining games, Arsenal defeated Chelsea 5-3 at Stamford Bridge. Here's what we learned, writes James Martin.
Has Roberto Mancini lost the dressing room? Seems to be the case after Manchester City's loss to Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
After sacking Carlo Ancelotti, Chelsea is reportedly on the verge of bring Guus Hiddink back. But is he the right man to give the Blues a necessary reboot?
With the EPL season officially over, we look back at the high and low points, writes Ravi Ubha.
Here are five things we learned from Manchester United's win over Chelsea at Old Trafford, writes Ravi Ubha.
Manchester United is on the brink of a record 19th league title after beating Chelsea 2-1 at Old Trafford.
A Robert Green-worthy goalkeeping blunder and a controversial call helped give Chelsea a 2-1 win over Tottenham and close to three points of United.