Five Players’ Digestive/Urinary Systems That Shamelessly Decided Game Time Was Bathroom Time

Tottenham’s Eric Dier shocked viewers during an intense EFL Cup tie with Chelsea when he abruptly departed the field to use the facilities. The moment only got more embarrassing when Jose Mourinho chased down the tunnel after Dier to encourage his player to finish his business faster.

After Playing Napoli On Sunday, Genoa Reaches 14 Positive COVID-19 Tests On Monday

Fourteen team members and staff of Serie A side Genoa have now tested positive for COVID-19, the club said in a statement on Monday.

Genoa had reported at the weekend that their Denmark midfielder Lasse Schone and goalkeeper Mattia Perin had contracted the virus.

Abandoned By The Bus After Losing To Rival, Portuguese Team Has To Walk Home

Third tier team Lusitânia Lourosa left the stadium on foot following a Portuguese Cup defeat after the club allegedly sent the team bus away, an incident described by the footballers' union on Monday as "lamentable."

Lourosa lost their first round tie 1-0 to local rivals São João de Ver on Sunday and videos on Twitter showed the squad walking back to their training ground, over three miles away.

Ante Rebić Earns Supreme Badass Status For Jogging To Sideline With Gruesome Arm Injury

AC Milan made it two wins from two as Franck Kessie and Real Madrid loanee Brahim Diaz fired the Rossoneri to a 2-0 win over Crotone on Sunday. But Stefan Pioli will be worried about his striker options after a gruesome Ante Rebić injury suffered in the second half of Sunday’s win.

Rebić, a Croatian striker who scored 12 goals for Milan while on loan last season before making his move permanent, drew a first-half penalty that Kessie converted for a lead at the break. But Rebić only lasted about 10 minutes in the second half after suffering a freak arm injury.

Always Sunny’s Rob McElhenney Is Trying To Buy A Club In England’s Fifth Tier

In an incredibly unexpected piece of news that I absolutely did not make up (here’s the club statement; here’s the report from Sky Sports), Rob McElhenney (better known as Mac McDonald) and Ryan Reynolds (better known as Van Wilder) are coming together in hopes of buying Wrexham AFC, a Welsh club in England’s fif

İlkay Gündoğan Tests Positive For COVID-19 Ahead Of Today’s EPL Fixture Vs. Wolves

Manchester City midfielder İlkay Gündoğan has tested positive for COVID-19, the Premier League club said on Monday, making him the third player in the squad to return a positive test in recent weeks.

City winger Riyad Mahrez and defender Aymeric Laporte previously tested positive for the novel coronavirus earlier this month.

"İlkay is now observing a 10-day period of self-isolation in accordance with Premier League and UK Government protocol on quarantine," the club said in a statement.

Yves Bissouma Really Cracked Jamal Lewis In The Face With A Superkick

On Thursday, we highlighted what was almost certainly the quickest trip to the monitor by any referee in the VAR era. It took the ref less than a second to make a decision. On Sunday, during Brighton’s comprehensive 3-0 win over Newcastle at St. James’ Park, referee Kevin Friend wanted to spend a bit more time watching Yves Bissouma crack Jamal Lewis in the face.

French Federation President Nöel Le Graët Doesn't Believe Racism Exists In Soccer, So We Found It For Him

The Ligue 1 match between Paris Saint-Germain and Marseille on Sunday ended in a scuffle between the two sides that resulted in five red cards. The fight was prompted by Marseille center back Alvaro allegedly directing a racist slur toward PSG star Neymar.

This story alone was enough to warrant significant media attention, but the comments made by French Football Federation (FFF) president Nöel Le Graët on Tuesday made the issue even more pertinent.