3 Reasons Jose Mourinho Might Not Be All That Special

Jose Mourinho led a rival Premier League team into Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea for the first time on Sunday. Much of the talk over the past week had been about the reception the Special One would, or should, receive when he took the pitch in west London with Manchester United. All things considered, the first moments after Mourinho stepped foot on the pitch were civilized – normal, almost.

10 Terrible Truths That FC Barcelona Don’t Want You To Know About

FC Barcelona are the darlings of club football. From the imperviously well-mannered Lionel Messi to their representational standing as “more than a club” for Catalanism, their playing style and history invites adulation from all corners of the globe.

However, Barcelona is not without its insidious side. These are the 10 terrible truths that Barcelona would prefer you didn’t know about.

Top 5 College Soccer Stadiums To Play At

Playing college soccer is a dream for every young player growing up. Whether it's the ecstatic crowds at UCSB and Wake Forest or the terrific sceneries at Cal Poly and UNC, here are the top 5 college soccer stadiums in the country.

15 Things Every Female Soccer Player Can Relate To

We traded in our Barbie dolls for soccer balls, our dresses for cleats and our earrings for shin guards. Early on, us girls developed a love for the game of soccer. These are just a few things all soccer girls know to be true. Boys not so much...

10 Young Players Ready To Break Through This Season

English Premier League Player Of The Year: Early Predictions

The 2016-17 Premier League season is still young, but we don’t want to let that little detail keep us from making a few early predictions about who might fill the shoes of Riyad Mahrez and take home the EPL Player of the Year trophy. 

People can hope and cheer but, judging by the way things look at Leicester City right now, a repeat is about as far from happening as Tim Howard becoming president. 

Taking that into account, we can rule out two of last year's front runners for the EPL's ultimate individual accolade, Mahrez and Jamie Vardy. 

Moussa Dembele Scored A Hat Trick In The Old Firm, And He's In Good Company

Celtic’s star-in-the-making striker Moussa Dembele netted three goals on Saturday, helping the Hoops to a 5-1 over Old Firm rivals Rangers at Celtic Park.

But while Dembele, who signed from Fulham over the summer, may have dominated the first Glasgow Derby in four years, he is hardly the first multi-goal hero for the Bhoys in the history of the Old Firm.

In fact, the Frenchman, who idolizes Thierry Henry and Nicolas Anelka, is only the latest goal poacher. Here are some of the most notable goal-scoring efforts for Celtic in Old Firm History:

The Best Celtic Players to Represent Scotland

Celtic captain Scott Brown may have played his last game for Scotland, but the Hoops have a storied history of players who have represented the club’s home country with honor and distinction, despite perceptions that those running the national team have historically been biased against players wearing the Hoops.

With the current international break winding down, here is a list of some of the greatest-ever Celts to represent Scotland on the world stage, with photo and video highlights:

Craig Gordon

The All-Time Greatest Revenge Matches In Sports

"If you lose a big fight, it will worry you all of your life. It will plague you, until you get your revenge." – Muhammad Ali.