The Lionel Messi transfer saga has provided the excitement we've all craved during a quiet transfer window, as every club has hope of signing the world's best player (no, he's not going to MLS).
I was going to write some long introduction for the best soccer dogs of all time. Let's be real here, you're here for the dogs. Without wasting anymore time, here are the pooches you're looking for.
The Top 18 Soccer Dogs Of All Time
18. Air Bud
Despite the best attempts of stadiums built in the late 80s and early 90s to suck the soul out of everything, we’ve now entered an arms race in super-stadium building brought forth by mega-wealthy owners bent on redefining arenas as both works of art and places of entertainment. Still, there’s nothing like some of the weirdest stadium features that’ve withstood the test of time, and we’re more than happy to add some of the latest eccentricities to the fold.
Here are 15 designs and features that immediately capture the eye.
We all make mistakes — some more so than others... Most of our mistakes are something our buddies never let us live down, but some of us have our mistakes immortalized in the form of a mugshot. Here are some of the best mugshots we could find.
Keep in mind, there have been plenty more players arrested and for worse charges. There have also been players that have flown under the radar and escaped arrest . . . either way, these are the best.
Covid-19 continues to spread rampantly with 35 U.S. states still posting higher than recommended positivity rates. The implications of this are far-reaching and continue to affect our daily lives, but I’m here to talk about the most important of the least important things: playing recreational soccer.
This year, the transfer market promises to look very different as clubs look to conserve money during a difficult financial time. While COVID-19 might put a damper on expensive transfers, there is still plenty of good value in the market.
Many of the best players in today's game have been purchased for just a fraction of the enormous transfer fees paid for superstars like Neymar and Kylian Mbappe.
The Champions League is finally back on Friday with some crucial Round of 16 second leg ties, as Juventus attempts to comeback against Lyon while Manchester City hopes to maintain a slender advantage against Real Madrid.
Europe's premier club competition is a showcase event for elite talent, and many of the world's best players have demonstrated their abilities under the European lights this season.
To celebrate the Champions League's return, we highlighted the top goal scorers and the most distinguished performers of this season's Champions League.
We all know the ancient tradition of clubs retiring jersey numbers to honor the player who wore it. Most of the time a retired jersey number means the player was a club legend who served for many years, or maybe that player passed away too soon or some other extenuating circumstance.
Of course there are always exceptions to that rule, and in the exceptions lie the weirdest reasons for retired soccer numbers.