Orlando City’s Ruan Kicked Opponent In Crotch Then Feigned Injury — VAR Sent Him The Fuck Home

It didn’t take long for the MLS Cup Playoffs to heat up. Leave it to Florida to get this crazy party started.

While the playoffs technically started Friday with a couple of play-in games, the first round began Saturday with an afternoon clash between Orlando City and NYCFC in Orlando. 

We May Never See A Worse Own Goal Than This In Top-Flight Football

Oh no Lukáš Hrádecký, this may have been the worst own goal ever.

Fans of America’s former pastime, baseball, like to talk about how something new happens every game. To an extent, this is true because of the idiosyncrasies the sport keeps track of, but in reality it’s still just a pitcher throwing a ball 60 feet, 6 inches toward a batter a couple hundred times a game. 

Italian Coach Sent Off After Taking Matters Into His Own Hands

A manager in Serie C took the saying “leave it all out on field” a little too seriously during a game on Wednesday when he took it upon himself to stop the opponent’s attack.

Calcio Catania’s manager Giuseppe Raffaele made a potentially game-saving tackle in the 92nd minute to halt Vibonese’s attack. Raffaele was in the perfect position as he watched one of his own players woefully lose possession and then stuck out a leg to snatch the ball back. He was immediately shown a red card for his crimes.

15 Years Ago, Ronaldinho Received A Bernabéu Ovation, A Feat Few Barça Players Ever Achieve

The Ronaldinho standing ovation from Real Madrid fans in 2005 is sometimes considered one of the greatest moments in the sport’s history. On Nov. 19, 2005, the Brazilian star put on a Clásico performance so enthralling that it still raises goosebumps 15 years later.

Entering Matchday 12, Barcelona sat second in the league table with Real Madrid trailing one point behind. Osasuna was enjoying a short spell on top of LaLiga.

Mikel Arteta Provides Update On Arsenal Blogger Mesut Özil

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta says he is hurt by Mesut Özil's situation at the Premier League club but is resigned to facing questions about the German midfielder after every defeat. Özil, 32, who is under contract with Arsenal until June 2021 earns a reported $452,830 per week, but has not played for Arteta’s side this season after being left out of the 25-man Premier League squad.

The playmaker, who last played for Arsenal in March, was also left out of their Europa League squad, leaving him only eligible for Under-23 games. 

Coleen Rooney And Rebekah Vardy Begin Legal Battle In “WAGatha Christie” Court Case

A courtroom battle between the wives of former England football stars Wayne Rooney and Jamie Vardy kicked off in London on Thursday, an escalation in a tale of betrayal and amateur detective work that has titillated the British public.

Rebekah Vardy is suing her former friend Coleen Rooney for libel after Rooney accused her on Twitter and Instagram of leaking stories from her private life to the Sun tabloid newspaper. Vardy denies the leaks.

93rd Minute Game-Winning Bicycle Kick From End Line Is Unlike Anything You’ve Ever Seen

One big-man soccer player from Palestine’s second division has given physics the middle finger after he scored an impossible end line bicycle kick goal on Tuesday.

With his team Alarabi Beit Safafa stuck in some nervy final minutes tied at 1-1, a hero was needed. Who in all of Palestine could emerge from the shadows and answer the desperate call for a game winner? This one man who has been mocked on the internet as “Marco Fat Basten” knew that it was he, and only he, who had the wit, tenacity and audacity to attempt an unthinkable move.

Jamaican Player Absolutely Bulldozes Saudi Defender On His Way To The Most Savage Goal Ever

A Jamaican striker chose to ignore the "friendly" aspect of his country’s friendly against Saudi Arabia as he scored one of the most savage goals you’ll ever see. This Javon East goal vs Saudi Arabia is 100% strength as he completely demolishes a defender before tucking away the game-winning goal.

Get some popcorn and let’s watch East embarrass a defender.

LaLiga Slashes Salary Caps By $724 Million For 2020-21 Season

LaLiga has slashed spending limits for its clubs by $724.25 million for the 2020-2021 season due to the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Spain's top soccer league said on Tuesday.

Barcelona's salary cap has been cut to $454 million from last season's $796 million, while defending champions Real Madrid can spend $555 million, down $205 million from last season's spending limit.