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  1. Illarramendi apologsies after being filmed running with bull whil...

    Chris Wright

    Here's one you don't hear everyday: Real Madrid midfielder Asier Illarramendi has apologised to the club after being caught on camera running around a bull during a street festival in Spain while dressed as...wait for it...Batman! The snippet of f...

    Blog | March 09, 2014
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  4. Green Street 3: Never Back Down

    Max Bentley

    Rating: Bruised knuckles, foul-mouthed tirades, pint-downing cockneys and the return of West Ham's notorious hooligan firm can mean only one thing -- the latest film in the Green Street series has hit the shelves. Directed by James Nunn ("Tow...

    Blog | January 14, 2014
  5. Giggs and Jones, the not-so-odd couple

    Musa Okwonga

    In the absence of Michael Carrick, Manchester United's first-choice central midfield is a 40-year-old former winger and a 21-year-old converted centre-back. As The Streets once sang, "Has It Come To This?" Well, yes, it has. And with each successf...

    Blog | November 29, 2013
  6. Birthday celebrations put aside as Juventus travel to Parma

    Mina Rzouki

    On the 1st of November 1897, Italy's greatest football club was founded. "It all began with a bench on Corso Re Umberto, one of the most famous streets in city centre Turin, where a group of students from the city's Massimo D'Azeglio secondary school...

    Blog | November 01, 2013
  7. Toon outfought in derby

    Lee Ryder

    So in the end Newcastle United just weren't up for the fight. Or at least not enough to earn the derby bragging rights -- losing 2-1 at the Stadium of Light. In fact, they were streets behind Sunderland when it came to hunger and eagerness to win ...

    Blog | October 27, 2013
  8. City treading (wet) new ground

    Simon Curtis

    "We get a quick first look at Moscow. Wide, incredibly empty streets, sidewalks full of hurrying shabby people, walking past dingy shops in dilapidated buildings. Monotonous rows of uninteresting apartments , concrete beehives which sometimes make an...

    Blog | October 22, 2013
  9. Sunderland need the spirit of '77 - but a different outcome

    Colin Randall

    Over 35 years on, I have no memory of any of the news items on which I was meant to be working on an evening shift in Fleet Street. I remember as keenly as if it were last week that there was a game at Roker Park that February night, and that it ende...

    Blog | October 18, 2013
  10. Bosnia break playoff jinx to make history

    Sasa Ibrulj

    KAUNAS, Lithuania -- The night was drawing to a close, the adrenaline starting to yield. Thousands of Bosnians were in Laisves Aleja, the main street of Kaunas, celebrating their victory over Lithuania and their first-ever qualification for a major t...

    Blog | October 16, 2013
  11. How Poland can hurt England

    Eliot Rothwell

    The celebrations of Euro 2012 ended prematurely for Poland. As the party finally came to a close in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev, both home nations were left with a large tidying-up job -- both on the streets and on the field. After finishing bot...

    Blog | October 15, 2013
  12. Not wrong to wish Man United well -- except when playing Sunderla...

    Colin Randall

    A skinny boy of nine was called in for what we called tea -- the evening meal -- after the usual post-school football game, pullovers removed to serve as goalposts despite the bitter chill of a North-eastern winter, in the field behind our street. ...

    Blog | October 02, 2013
  13. Prague the perfect host

    Mark Lomas

    From Wenceslas Square to Charles Bridge, and beyond, throngs of football fans mingled on Prague's cobbled streets, lapping up the sunshine and supping pints of pivo -- eagerly anticipating the first Super Cup to be held outside Monaco in 16 years. ...

    Blog | August 31, 2013
  14. Palace defenses need shoring up

    Jim Daly

    Sometimes when you love something it's hard to see the faults in it. I love my Converse All Star trainers but causally turn a blind eye to the fact they are falling apart and more skin touches the ground than rubber each time I walk down the street. ...

    Blog | August 26, 2013
  15. Orlando City seeks fast track in bid to join MLS

    Jeff Carlisle

    When Flavio Augusto da Silva talks about soccer, there is an air of romance in his voice. He talks about growing up playing in the streets of Jabour, a poor neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro, where he would play with his friends for hours everyday using...

    Blog | August 06, 2013
  16. Guardiola attacks Barcelona to hide Thiago's signing

    Francesc Tomas

    When Pep Guardiola decided to voluntarily leave Barcelona after winning a record 14 trophies, many expected the Catalan manager to take a sabbatical and roam casually around the streets of Lower Manhattan in order to recharge his energy levels after ...

    Blog | July 14, 2013
  17. U20 starlets strive for more attention in quarters

    Cetin Cem Yilmaz

    ISTANBUL, Turkey - A new generation of political activists pouring onto the streets coincided with a new generation of young footballers bursting onto the international scene at the FIFA Under-20 World Cup in Turkey. But while the streets are full, t...

    Blog | July 05, 2013
  18. Protest power provokes players' passion

    Fernando Duarte

    FORTALEZA, Brazil -- Even by David Luiz' outspoken standards, it still came as a shock Tuesday when the Chelsea defender broke ranks to publicly endorse the street protests that have swarmed Brazil in the past few days. "Of course we are worried a...

    Blog | June 22, 2013