200-Person Sting Operation Launched On Offices, Homes Of German Football Association

German prosecutors and tax authorities searched offices of the German Football Association (DFB) as well as private homes of current and former officials on suspicion of serious tax evasion, the Frankfurt prosecutors' office said on Wednesday.

It said six unnamed former and current officials of the DFB were suspected of having intentionally falsely declared income from advertising in soccer stadiums during home games of the national team in 2014 and 2015 as income from asset management, leading to $5.5 million in unpaid taxes.

England Stars Sancho, Abraham And Chilwell Busted After Video Shows Trio Partying

Chelsea stars Tammy Abraham and Ben Chilwell are in hot water along with Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho after video was released from a party held in London this past weekend. 

Abraham, celebrating his 23rd birthday, came home to a large group of friends and family ready to surprise him. His Chelsea teammate Chilwell and Dortmund’s Sancho were among the group.

Arsenal Faces Tidal Wave Of Backlash For Cutting Beloved Mascot Gunnersaurus After 27 Years

Arsenal’s iconic mascot is no more. In August the club announced that it was going to layoff 55 employees because of monetary losses due to the pandemic. It has been revealed that Gunnersaurus — Arsenal’s loving sideline dinosaur since 1993 — has also been let go, per The Athletic.

Juventus Vs. Napoli Descends Into Chaos After Positive COVID-19 Tests

One of the top Serie A fixtures of the season descended into chaos on Sunday when Napoli failed to turn up for their match at Juventus after their local health authority told the players to stay at home following positive COVID-19 cases.

With the Serie A league refusing to call the game off, Juventus arrived at the Allianz stadium in Turin in their team bus one hour before the scheduled kickoff time while Italian media reported no sign of Napoli.

Solskjær Reflects On ‘Worst Day’ At United, Hits Out At Érik Lamela’s Play-Acting

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said his team's 6-1 hammering at the hands of Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League on Sunday was his worst day at the club.

It was United's joint worst loss in the Premier League era — equalling their 6-1 defeat by Manchester City in 2011.

"It's a horrible feeling, the worst day I've had as a Manchester United manager and player," said the Norwegian after his side, reduced to 10 men for the last hour, were ripped apart by Jose Mourinho's Spurs.

Insane Time-Wasting In Portugal’s Top Tier Is Soundtracked By R.E.M.’s ‘Everybody Hurts’

After losing 2-0 to Santa Clara in their Primeira Liga opener, the pressure was on Marítimo to secure a result against Tondela on Saturday. 

Things started off well enough with Rodrigo Pinho finishing from close range in the 34th minute to open the scoring for Marítimo, but things turned sour when defender Fábio China was handed a straight red for the denial of a goal-scoring opportunity in the 41st minute.